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{FREE} TEMPERANCE : Cable Hat Knitting Pattern

Grab your FREE TEMPERANCE Cable Hat Knitting Pattern using less than 1 skein of yarn, includes a decrease for the crown.


FREE Cable Hat Knitting Pattern


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Updated 3/22/2019


:) About the Pattern:

  • Knits up in about 1-2 hours
  • Advanced beginner skill level
  • One size fits most tween to adult
  • Knit-in-the-round
  • Dimensions {lying flat}: 11″ {28cm} tall x 7 1/2” {19cm} wide
  • Gauge: 12 sts & 14 rnds per 4” {10cm} square {knit in the round, in the pattern below}
  • Weight: 4.4 oz

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:) Materials Needed:


:) Pattern:

  • If using the long tail cast-on method, start with a 6’ long tail.
  • CO 44 STS, PM, join in the round
  • Round 1-5: *K1, P1*
  • Round 6: {increase 4 STS} *K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, INC1* x 4 {48 STS}
  • Round 7-33: *K2, P2* EXCEPT Rounds 10, 20, 30: *C6F, P2* {Note: Even though the 2 center sts are purls, go ahead and knit them when cabling}
  • Round 34: *K2, P2TOG, K2, P2TOG*
  • Round 35: *K2TOG, P1, K2TOG, P1*
  • Round 36: *K3TOG, P1*
  • Round 37: *K1, P1, K1, P2TOG*
  • Do not bind-off. Remove the stitch marker. Leave a 10″ long tail and then pull it through the remaining 12 STS. Pull tight and push through the top hole to the inside and weave in the ends.
  • Depending on your style you may want to block it. I don’t if I’m just going to put my hair inside of it, which is my new favorite way to wear a hat ;)
  • To block this one. It’s a little weird, but I use a saucer. Like a teacup and saucer ;) I put it inside the hat, so the bottom “swirl” is in the center of the saucer and the saucer is bulging outward. I get a clean washcloth soaking wet and press it on the “swirl” until it’s fairly damp and let it dry overnight. I find that I have to play with it for awhile before I’m happy with it, but once I’ve worn it for about a week, it’s shaped just as I like with very little effort.

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