Remember this? Well, as promised, I cast on that evening, pulling a skein of craziness from my wall of special yarns. It's [I've just discovered, thanks to the power of Google] "Raggedy Cotton" from Henry's Attic. It's strips of cotton cut on the bias [so it's stretchy!], and dyed with my favorite aqua blue by Laura, who is rather good at the dyeing thing. I bought it at Lettuce Knit ages ago and had no idea what to do with it.
It's odd as yarn goes. It's not the softest yarn, but in the finished piece, it's got a lovely substance and it's the most wearable moebius I've ever knit. [In non-wools, they tend to be pretty floppy and I didn't want floppy.] I haven't washed it yet which may soften it, but I have put it on my head and wrapped it around my neck in multiple ways and it is quite fabulous.
What was most fabulous was that I only had 6" of yarn left after this project. 3" from my cast on, and, after choosing a random place to bind off, JUST ENOUGH to go around both sides of the piece [aka a freaking LOT of yarn], leaving a 3" tail. I believe Cat charmed the project from afar.