My Man-Approved Cabled Hat pattern!
My fella asked for a fashionable, cabled hat and this is what I whipped out for him. He loves it!
It's knitted with 2 skeins of my Pearl Taupe yak-silk sport weight yarn (no longer available - choose any 1 skein of Yak Merino Sport) but any stretchy sport weight yarn will work (like wool).
It's a really simple pattern and would be pretty straight forward to knit, even if you're new to cables. Nothing crazy here; just one type of cable cross to learn and you repeat that same one throughout the pattern.
Although designed for a guy, it would of course be great for gals as well.
You can use double pointed needles or the magic loop method like I did, as you'll be working in the round.
You're paying for the digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything.
This pattern is fabulous. I had never done a cable, but wanted to make a pretty beanie as a Christmas present for my brother-in-law. This knit up fabulously. The instructions are clear and I made two in four nights. Will totally make it again.
I love cable stitch patterns. This pattern was easy to follow & work. I might shorten the ribbing for my son but other then that absolutely love!
Just started this pattern. So far it looks beautiful and the pattern is easy to read and follow
I am currently knitting the pattern. I really like it. I was looking for a man's hat pattern to make for the men in my life. Thank you for sharing it.
I have not made this hat yet but the pattern looks easy enough. I am making it for my son for Christmas. I will be using the Yak/Merino sport in mushroom
The pattern was easy to follow and my nephew loved it!
I made this as a gift for my dad. It was a fairly quick knit and fun too. The directions were very clear and easy to follow. I'm definitely making this again.
My son chose this pattern for himself, and I was very pleased with the fast knitting and easy-to-follow instructions. I especially like the pattern the corwn decreasing rounds form. Definitely worth its price.
Awesome! I love ALL things expression fiber arts.