Crochet Cable Hat / Beginner Friendly Tutorial



Autumn is coming. If you wanted a unique looking hat, this tutorial will do the thing.  This is one of my favorite hat I like to use too. I love cable works and that’s an easy sample.

You can make it for women, men and children.
You can easily adapt it to anyone you want. Just start with multiples of 10 chains. (70 for women, 80 for men with 4 ply yarn and 4,5 mm crochet hook.)

It looks good with any colour yarn, even yarns with multiple colours. I hope you like this elegant and stylish beanie.



Materials

Size 4 yarn

5.0mm hook

Tapestry needle



Stitches used

Chain: ch

Double crochet:dc

Back post double crochet: bpsc

Front post double crochet:fpdc

Back post triple crochet:bptr

Front post triple crochet:fptr

Stitch: st

Space: sp



Notes

When you see *( )** it means you repeat the instructions in between *( )** Where you see the word ​turn​ it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.

Ch multiples of  10.

Ch70 (for woman) and join to two ends.

Row 1: Ch2(not count these ch,all the rows) and turn back your work and make a dc in the every back loop.

Row 2: Ch2+*(2bpdc+8fpdc)**

Repeat row2 5 times.



Row7: Ch2+*(2bpdc+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 3th dc of previous row and make a fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 4th dc of previous row and make a fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 1st dc of previous row and make a fptr under the two(1st and 2nd) fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 2nd dc of previous row and make a fptr under the two(1st and 2nd) fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 7th dc of previous row and make a fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 8th dc of previous row and make a fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 5th dc of previous row and make a fptr over the two(7th and 8th) fptr+yarn over twice times and insert your hook around from 6th dc of previous row and make a fptr over the two(7th and 8th) fptr)**

Row 8-Row 9-Row 10: Ch2+*(2bpdc+8fpdc)**

Repeat row 7-8-9-10 until your beanie is about 21cm. Repeat 6 times.


photo by @elisi_sepeti_erenkoy

Row 31: Ch2+yarn over and insert your hook around from the 1st bpdc of previous row,take a yarn and pull two yarns off from the hook+insert your hook around from the 2nd bpdc of previous row,take a yarn and pull two yarns off from the hook+you have 3 yarns on your hook,take a yarn and pull them off together and decrease to the 1bpdc+ +*(yarn over and take a yarn around from the 1st fpdc of previous row and pull 2 yarns off+yarn over and take a yarn around from the 2nd fpdc of previous row and pull 2 yarns off +3 yarns on your hook,pull all yarns off from your hook and decrease to the 1 fpdc. you do like that other fpdc and have 4 fpdc.



Row 32: Ch2+*(1bpdc+decrease to the 2 fpdc)**

Row 33: Ch2+*(1bpdc+decrease to the 1 fpdc)**

You can close the top with a yarn needle and use a pom pom.

It’s ready to use, enjoy it!

Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by  Gozde Gunes Tezcan (@crochetwithGG)



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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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