Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Baby Cables Hat Pattern

Baby Cables Hat Pattern

Since the cable are small it's not a pain to turn them.

Worsted Weight Yarn

  • Size 8 Circulars and/or dpns

  • Cable Needle (If you use them to cable)

  • Stitch marker (For marking beginning and end of row)

  • Tapestry Needle

Cast on 80 sts. Place marker and join to work in the round.

Do Desired length of K1 through back loop, P1 ribbing.

On the first pattern row you will need to pull up a loop from the row below and purl in it to count as the first P1, because the pattern rows require 81 sts.

Row 1: *P2, K4, P2, K1* repeat from * to * around.

Row 2: *P2, K4, P2, K1* repeat from * to * around.

Row 3: *P2, K4, P2, K1* repeat from * to * around.

Row 4: *P2, slip 2 to Cable Needle and hold in front, K2, then K2 from Cable Needle, P2, K1* repeat from * to * around.

Repeat these four rows to desired length. After a row 4 begin decrease rows.

DRow1: *P2, K4, P1, K2tog* repeat from * to * around.

DRow2: *P2tog, K4, P1, K1* repeat from * to * around.

DRow3: *P1, K4, P2tog* repeat from * to * around.

Drow4: *K2tog, K3, P1* repeat from * to * around.

Drow5: *K3, K2tog* repeat from * to * around.

Drow6: *K2tog, K2* repeat from * to * around.

Drow7: *K1, K2tog* repeat from * to * around.

Drow8: *K2tog* repeat around.

Cut yarn leaving a long enough tail to thread through remaining stitches and pull up tight. Weave in all ends. Enjoy! Happy Knitting!

Make one for yourself or a friend but don't sell them. If you would like to share the pattern share the link and not the pattern itself.


Unknown said...

Oooh I love it love it!!! Looks like the perfect pattern to (finally) try cables! What gauge did you use?

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing this pattern.. I've just finished knitting one for my dad.. It turned out beautiful!!!

Unknown said...

Gorgeous! I just finished it, and it looks great!

Anonymous said...

Wow, sweet... I was feeling way too lazy to come up with a hat pattern and this is exactly what I needed. ^__^ Woo!

Anonymous said...

this is awesome! I'm going to try it. do you happen to have a picture of what the top looks like?

Anonymous said...

Nice hat! Am going to knit it for my son in law. Many thanks for sharing. Eleanor x

Amelia said...

Wow, another project for me to do.
I love the color you have picked for this one, hot Yellow!
I am looking forward to do this well.

My blog : Doudoune enfant 

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