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If you love cables as much as I do, then you are gonna go crazy over my second cabled beanie design! I shared last week the Owen Beanie. I used a smaller cable stitch for that beanie and I also created a longer brim so you could fold it over like a traditional fisherman’s beanie.

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TOOLS:

  • J Hook
  • size 6 yarn
  • XL pompom maker
  • scissors
  • tapestry needle

TERMS:

SC (single crochet)

DC (double crochet)

FPDC (front post double crochet)

FPTRC (front post triple crochet)

SL ST (slip stitch)

THE RIBBED BRIM:

CH 11

Row 1 – In the 4th Ch from the hook place a DC. CH 3. Turn.

Row 2 – 34: DC all the way across. CH 3. Turn.

Join the sides together by doing a SL ST across. Flip the brim right side out. CH 1.

***from here we will work in the round.

 

THE BEANIE:

Rnd 1 – SC all the way around. ((be sure to maintain a multiple of 6)). CH 3,

Rnd 2 – 5 DC in the next 5 sts. Place 6 FPDC in the next 6 sts. * Place 6 DC in the next 6 sts. Place 6 FPDC in the next 6 sts. Rep from * all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3. CH 3.

Rnd 3 – 5 DC in the next 5 sts. Skip the next 2 sts. * Place a FPTRC in the next 2 sts. WORKING BEHIND place a FPTRC in the skipped sts. Working forward, place a FPTRC in the next 2 sts. Place 6 DC in the next 6 sts. Rep from * all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3. CH 3.

Rnd 4 – 5 DC in the next 5 sts. * Place 6 FPDC in the next 6 sts.  Place 6 DC in the next 6 sts.  Rep from * all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3. CH 3.

Rnd 5 – 5 DC in the next 5 sts. * Place a FPTRC  in the first 2 sts. Skip the next 2 sts. Place a FPTRC in the next 2 sts. WORKING IN  FRONT place a FPTRC in the skipped sts. Working forward place a DC in the next 6 sts. Rep from * all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3. CH 3.

Rnd 6 – repeat round 4.

Rnd 7 – repeat round 3

Rnd 8 – repeat round 4

Rnd 9 – repeat round 5

Rnd 10 – repeat round 4

Rnd 11 – repeat round 3

Rnd 12 – repeat round 4

Rnd 13 – repeat round 5

Rnd 14 – repeat round 4. Tie off leaving a long tail.

 

SEWING THE TOP CLOSED

Take you long tail and weave it in and out of the top sts. Pull everything tight and then weave in the rest of the tail.

At this point, you will add a pompom! I used the Clover brand XL for this one. I think it is so much fun. They really make a plain beanie look extra fun because of how big they are.

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