KNIT CABLE BONNET - ALL SIZES

Friday, November 23, 2018

It all started when I wanted to make a cute cable bonnet for my baby girl. I finally finished after much trial and error (which is inevitable when I create a pattern) and it was so cute that I had to make it available in ALL sizes! So here you go! It is the EASIEST cable you could ever make! So if you are a beginner, this is the pattern for YOU! And it's knitted flat, so you can use straight or circular needles. 



This pattern is made the exact same way for every size, except you use different size needles and yarn.

Click here to download the written pattern


Click here to watch the video tutorial.


This Cable Bonnet comes in 6 different sizes. I made the baby size in my video tutorial so this is the one I am going to post here. For all the other sizes, click here.







click here for yarn -in putty



click here for yarn - in raspberry






click here for yarn - in grey heather





You can buy the inexpensive ad-free PDF pattern on my Shop HERE that has ALL SIZES of this hat and on Ravelry.

You can also purchase one of my hats that I handmade here! or email me for a custom order.








Baby Size. (To make this in sizes newborn, child, big kid, adult click here.)



Gauge: 

7 sts x 8 rows=2” in stockinette
    
Abbreviations:

BO - Bind Off
CO - Cast On

C6F - Cable 6 front
K - Knit
P - Purl
Rnd - Round
RS - Right Side
Sl 1 - Slip 1 knitwise
Sl St. - Slip Stitch

St. - Stitch
Sts. - Stitches
WS - Wrong Side


C6F: slip 3 sts. on cable needle, hold in front.  Knit next 3 sts. located on your left needle. 





Knit sts. off your cable needle.




CO 25
                                                                                  
Row 1 (WS): k2, p6, k2, p6, k2, p7
Row 2 (RS): sl 1, *k6, p2* Repeat to end of rnd.
Repeat Rows 1-2 for Rows 3-5.
Row6: sl 1, *C6F, p2* Repeat to end of rnd.
Row 7: Repeat Row 1.
Row 8: Repeat Row 2.

Repeat Rows 1-8 six times.
Knit another Row 1.
BO on Row 2.

Seam the Back

- Leave a long tail after binding off. 
- Weave through horizontal sts. going back and forth
   on each side until you get to the top of your bonnet.
- Tie a knot and weave ends.

Tassels and Edging

- Place your bonnet upside down with backside on your left.
- With your crochet hook, go through your outermost st.
- Chain 25-35x (depending on what size you’re making)
- Skip your 1st chain, sl st. through chains
               until you get back to your bonnet.
- Sl st across each st. skipping 1 st. in the middle of each cable.
               (6 skipped sts. in total)
- Make another tassel.
- Weave ends.

 

This is an original pattern by Christine Rosen of iKNITS. This pattern is for personal use only - not to be reproduced for sale, nor to make items for sale. I sell these hats on my shop. Thank you for being respectful and for understanding.

Please share a pic of your finished project on Instagram #knitcablebonnet or Facebook and Ravelry.

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