Winter Cable Knit Beanie Pattern
This cable knit beanie is perfect for knitters who want to try cable knitting!
You cannot deny how adorable this winter cable knit beanie pattern is! This super helpful knitting video lays out exactly how you can make this hat in both adult and kid sizes, all you have to do is adjust the measurements.
Not only is this knit hat perfect for winter, but it can also make a super cute DIY gift for the holidays. The cable knit pattern adds a really gorgeous texture into this hat pattern. You can choose to add the pom pom to the top of your hat as well to add some extra flare to it!
If you're new to cable knitting, don't worry -- it's not as complicated as it looks. In the video below, Heidi walks you through the cabling step-by-step, so working this hat is a breeze!
Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Gauge16 sts = 4 inches in stockinette
- Double Pointed or Circular Knitting Needles (depending on your preference)
- Cable Needle
- Yarn (the designer used Stitch Nation Full O'Sheep)
- Tapestry needle or crochet hook for weaving in ends
CO 80(88) sts and join into rnd.
Row 1: pm, (p2, k6) around.
Row 2: sl m (p2, k6) around.
Rows 3-5: rpt 2.
Row 6: sl m, (p2, sl 3 sts onto cable needle and hold in front, k3, k3 from needle) around.
Row 7: rpt 2.
Repeat 2-7 twice more (three times more), for 3(4) total repeats.
Rows 8-9: rpt 2.
Row 10: sl m, (p2, ssk, k2, k2tog) around. 60(74) sts
Rows 11-12: sl m, (p2, k4) around.
Row 13: sl m, (p2, ssk, k2tog) around. 40(52) sts
Rows 14-15: sl m, (p2, k2) around.
Row 16: sl m, (p2tog, ssk) around. 20(22) sts
Rows 17-18: sl m, (p1, k1) around.
Row 19: sl m, ssk around. 10(11) sts
Row 20: k around.
Row 21: ssk until 5 sts remain. 5(5) sts
Break yarn and weave in tail to secure. Weave in other ends and wet block and let dry. Finish with a pom pom.
Cable Knitting 101:
How to Cable Knit
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