Crochet An Easy Cable Hat / With Written Pattern

You all know how much I love hats. And I really like to crochet cables.
Bringing these two together and creating something makes me very happy.

You can make this hat for women, men and children. You can easily adapt it to anyone you want.

Size 4 yarn
5mm and 5.5mm hook
Pom Pom
Tapestry Needle

Stitches used
Back loop only: blo
Back loop only single crochet: blosc
Chain: ch
Double crochet: dc
Double crochet two together: dc2tog
Front post double crochet: fpdc
Front post double crochet two together: fpdc2tog
Front post triple crochet: fptr
Single crochet: sc
Slip stitch: ss
Skip stitch: sk
Yarn over: yo

Brim This hat can be done with a folded brim like in picture or a flap brim. For the folded brim you will ch25 and the flat brim you will ch11.

Hat size change​.
This hat is done in multiples of 8. Before you join the sides together, try it around your head to see if it fits, if it is too big do 8 rows less and if too small do 8 more rows. By following this pattern you will have 64 rows, if doing bigger you will have 72 rows and smaller than pattern it will be 56 rows.

Where you see the word ​turn​ it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.

Row 1. ​Ch 25, 1 sc into second back bar from hook, 1 sc in each back bar across. 24 sc.
Front of ch. Back of ch.

Row 2.​ Ch 1, and turn, 1 blosc in each st across.

Row 3. ​Repeat row 2 until you have 64 rows in total. Do not cut yarn. For different sizes see notes. Joining two sides of brim. Fold over length ways with your last worked row on the bottom and the first lined up on top. Working from right to left insert your hook into the first st of the top row and pull the loop from last worked st through ch1, (insert hook into both loops of the same st and into the blo, of the first st on the bottom row and ss)* repeat From * to ** into each st across.

Top of hat.

Rnd 1. ​Ch 2, doing 1 dc, into each row of the edge of the brim around you should have 64 dc.

Rnd 2. ​Change to 5.5mm hook. Ch2, (sk 2 sts, do 1 fptr around the next st and 1 fptr around the next, going behind the last 2 fptr do 1 fptr around each of the 2 sk sts, Sk 2 sts, 1 fptr around each of the next 2 sts, going in front of the last 2 fptr do 1 fptr around the 2 sk sts,)* repeat from * to ** around. Ss into first first fptr.

Rnd3​. Ch2, 1 fpdc, around each fptr, ss into first fpdc.

Rnd4​. Ch2, ( sk 2 sts, 1 fptr around each of the next 2 sts, going in front of the last 2 fptr, do 1 fptr around each of the 2 sk sts, sk 2 sts, 1 fptr around each of the next 2 sts, going behind the last 2 sts, do 1 fptr around each of the 2 sk sts)* repeat from * to ** around and ss into first fptr.

Rnd 5. ​Ch2, 1 fpdc around each fptr, ss into first fpdc.

Rnd 6. ​Repeat rounds 2,3,4,5. Ending with a rnd 4 until your piece measures 6.5 inches from the top of the brim.

Closing hat.

(Ch2, do fpdc2tog around. Ss into first dc)* repeat from * to ** two more times. The two fps from the last rnd now count as one.

Cut yarn after last decrease rnd and thread tapestry needle with tail and weave around sts and pull closed. Tie knot off inside the hat and weave your tail in to hide. Then add pom pom

Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by  Rachel Websdale (rachelweb31)

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Hi. I'm Pınar. I'm 36 years old crochet designer from Turkey. I share all my free crochet patterns here. I like to make almost everyting but especially blankets and hats. I hope you like my projects.

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