for Alana B 2018
Eyelet Cable Hat - Worsted Weight (baby to adult)
Eyelet Cable hat is my most popular pattern. It is a mock cable so it looks like a cable but there is no cable needle required.
The picture is of my 7 year old he is wearing the child/small adult size. The mock cables make this hat very flexible. The size that my son is wearing fits him, my 11 year old (who is bigger then I am) and me.
The Yarns of Richard Devrieze- Fynn are great for this hat it makes it warm and it has a depth to it, giving it a soft squishy feeling. The last time I had this pattern on my son he wouldn't keep it on as a baby (he wouldn't keep anything on) but this time he didn't want to take it off.
The more difficult abbreviations that are in the pattern are as follows;
P2tog – Purl two together.
SL1 – Slip one purlwise.
K2tog – Knit two together.
Sts – Stitches.
SL1-k2-Psso – Slip one stitch, knit two stitches, take the slipped stitch and pass it over the two knit stitches and off the needle.
- In by
- no charts
- no schematics
- no sewing
- no sewing, circular, bottom-up / toe-up
- newborn (baby, toddler, child/small adult, med adult, large adult).
- digital PDF has 2 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 4.5 mm
- US 7
- 20.5 st st
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