Yes, Cat Bordhi (or Bordi, depending on how she's spelling it this year) does include basic instructions for the Moebius Cast-On in her second book of "magical" knitting.
I wouldn't exactly call it easy to work from, partly because the technique is so counter-intuitive that you keep asking yourself "WHY am I doing THIS -- it doesn't make sense." But if you follow the directions exactly and carefully, it does work, and yes, you can make twisty items without sewing the ends together. Though why this is such a big advantage I'm still not sure. The other reason I had problems with the book (and I'm a book-taught knitter) is her style: wordy and smug, as though she had just invented the wheel. Clever it is; magic it isn't.
The cat beds are charming. But given the amount of my darling Isadora's hair that ends up stuck in my knitting, the last thing I'd give her is a knitted cat bed to sleep in. We're both happy with soft old towels that can be easily washed (she really loves them when they're warm from the dryer.)
If you'd like to see some other people's opinion of the book, go to this link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/097...70304?n=283155
Where so many hours have been spent in convincing myself that I am right, is there not some reason to fear that I have been wrong?
[/i]--Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility