Möbius scarf

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Möbius strip.

Noun[edit]

Möbius scarf (plural Möbius scarves)

  1. An infinity scarf shaped like a Möbius strip.
    • 1992, Iain Banks, The Crow Road, Hachette Digital (2008), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      It was just an ordinary silk scarf, given a half twist and the ends carefully sewn together, but that, of course, made it a Möbius scarf, the very idea of which I just thought was wonderful.
    • 2013, Lisa Van Allen, The Wishing Thread, Ballantine Books (2013), →ISBN, page 259:
      A variegated, Möbius scarf was draped around her neck.
    • 2014, Monica Ferris, The Drowning Spool, Berkley (2014), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      Betsy made a mental note to look it up on the Internet, as none of the shop's patterns for a Möbius scarf offered a Klein bottle hat pattern to go with it.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:Möbius scarf.