Learn how to do Crochet Cables plus have a new project to be excited about at the same time. Try this Cable Twist Hat.
This is easy to follow the pattern that will test your skills of doing front post double crochets. I have created a crochet diagram that I used in the video to help me visualize the stitches to do this pattern.
Messy Bun Hat Version
It’s the same pattern but ends on Rnd 8 of the main pattern to keep the top open. You can use the Ombre Version as well and stop on the 8th round for the top portion to be left open.
I am pretty excited about this pattern and it’s a great starter project for those crocheters that would like to try a crochet cable pattern.
Red Heart Super Saver Ombre Versions
Both versions are Red Heart Super Saver Ombres. The purple version is the full pattern as written but the yarn is slightly thicker than Caron Simply Soft. It fits in the circumference but produces a taller hat by about 2″ more. So it will create a slouchy look.
The Anthracite (Black/Gray) version is the same pattern but eliminates rnds 3 to 6 in the brim area of the pattern. This gets to the twisted cables much faster and takes off 2″. You can see I am wearing the version that fits perfectly without having to roll the bring. Lord Quackington (Daniel and I’s Cayuga Duck) is saying “What the heck is going on?!”
The two crochet diagrams I made for you are printable if you need them. They are used in the tutorial as well. You can click the pictures to save or print.
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Comments on “Crochet Cable, Messy Bun and Beanie Hat + Tutorial”
I am trying to make this hat with 5 weight chunky yarn? how many stitches will work for an average size adult hat? Im new at crocheting in the round…
I’m really not sure but you could look at a chunky weight hat version. I think it’s about 70 stitches in the circumference. Look at the Stepping Texture Hat, it may help you formulate an action plan. I won’t know unless I spend a few hours of research and trials to know for sure. https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-hat-2/
Love the hat, the style is great, it was easy to follow the tutorial. Thanks a tonne Mikey!
The only problem is the hat is too short. Not sure how to add length now that it’s done 🙁
This link is fine. 🙂 great pattern!
I just finished my first cable hat, it was fun! Thanks for the tutorial <3 , you made it really easy to do!
Is there a way to make a scarf to match this hat? I love the design of this hat and have been trying to figure out a scarf for it. Thank you for all your tutorials and patterns. I’ve learned how to crochet with you!
Hey thank you so much for your amazing tutorials. You have helped me to learn so much and I now have a hobby that I love 🙂
I was thinking of making this for a child..have you any ideas of how would I make it smaller? Maybe to fit a 2 year old? Tia x
TYVM for all these free patterns!!!!! most of the time, I’ve to buy them! I’m a french speaker, I need to translate (a little bit) with the differences between english UK/US 😉
Is there a way to make this hat for a bigger head. if i add a a set of 12 more stitches for the cable pattern, it becomes to large.Any ideas?
Increase your hook size. How much larger do you need to go? Or add 12 stitches but go down a hook size?
Thanks,I’m trying to make one for my partner as a present he has a 23-24″ head.Will try these out.Hopefully it will work 🙂
I have trouble getting back to the pattern. When I break away to catch up and then go back to the tutorial
I have a problem. So now I have to start over again with the tutorial. It’s frustrating ?
I would have never figured these lovely patterns out it if weren’t for you Mikey and you’re wonderful videos! Thankyou so very very much❤❤
i loved this tutorial, you are the best teacher on the internet, thank you mikey lots of love from me here in the UK xx
Is there a printed pattern for this??
You provide an eclectic collection of patterns and your instruction is spot on.
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