Crochet Cabled Beanie Pattern ~ PDF Instant Download Make in Any Size and Yarn ~ Photo Video Project Tutorial - Classic DIY Birthday Gift
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The Cascading Cables Beanie Pattern
This is a fully tested pattern and includes a step by step photo tutorial and even links to multiple videos I created. You will receive a PDF of the pattern, and your download should begin as soon as your payment is processed. This is not a listing for the completed hat! If you are looking for the complete hat, you can order at this link: https://www.etsystudio.com/listing/475998364/wool-cable-pom-pom-beanie-with-unique?ref=shop_home_feat_4
This pattern can be used to make a hat with just about any yarn, in any size! The cables weave in and out creating a beautiful cascading pattern. This is a great hat for everyone in the family - boys, girls, babies, grandparents, whoever you need to check off your gift list! You will learn plenty of new techniques with this pattern and feel confident to make crocheted cables.
• Written in US terminology
• Sizes available: This pattern is written as a guide to help you make a hat in any size.
• Yarn: This pattern is written so that you can use any yarn weight; however I have found worsted works the best in most cases. The yellow sample was made with Paton's DK wool superwash and used just over 2 skeins for an 18” size hat (including the pom pom - without the pom pom it could be done with 2 skeins). If you are using another yarn weight you will want to make some adjustments, which I have noted in the pattern.
• Yardage: Approximately 350 yards of worsted weight will make an adult size hat. Your yardage will depend on the size you are making as well as your yarn weight. I would recommend buying a little extra just to be sure you have enough yarn (never a bad idea!).
• Gauge: Not important for this pattern
• Hook: Use the hook recommended on your yarn band to make the ribbing of the hat, and go down one or two hook sizes to make the cables.
• Other materials: tapestry needle to weave in ends
• Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced
• Stitches (st./st.’s) used: chain (ch.), half double crochet (hdc), half double crochet in the third loop (hdc3l), double crochet (dc), front post treble crochet (fptc)
• Ribbing is worked in rows and sewn. The rest of the hat is worked in rounds from the bottom up.
• When *asterisks appear in the pattern, repeat everything between the asterisks as many times as instructed.
• You may feel free to sell hats made from this pattern but please attribute the pattern to me and link to my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CharissaPrayDesigns
If you have any issues working from this pattern, please reach out to me and I'll be happy to help!
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