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Cable Hat Knitting Patterns

by | Jan 14, 2017 | Hats

Cable Hat Knitting Patterns. Most patterns are free

To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern.

These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.

All links on this site are for informational purposes, but please note that some links are to affiliate sellers that pay me a small commission on purchases.

Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Pome Hat

Pome Hat

Cable hat by Agata Smektala can be knit slouchy or beanie style. Pictured project by enyo

Free Knitting Pattern for Unisex Cable Hat

Father Cables

This unisex hat comes in fitted and slouchy versions with 3 sizes and features cables on textured panels. Designed by Veronika Jobe.

Free Knitting Pattern for Agathis Hat

Agathis Hat

Versatile cable hat by Agata Smektala can be knit slouchy or beanie style, with or without pompom. Pictured project by Mammutis.

Free Knitting Pattern for Lattice Look Beanie

Lattice Look Beanie

Cable hat in two sizes. Designed by by Timothy Peters for Red Heart.

Free Knitting Pattern for Cathedral Hat

Cathedral Hat

The cable and rib design of this beanie was inspired by cathedral architecture. Designed by by Sarah Hood. Pictured project by Siobhanta

Free Knitting Pattern for Anna Hat

Anna Hat

A mixture of sizes and types of cables add interest to this beanie by Margo Snyder.

Free Knitting Pattern for Pathways Hat

Once Upon a Time: Emma’s Dreamy Hat

Erica Harbin’s cabled beanie is a reproduction of the hat Emma wore in the Dreamy episode of Once Upon a Time. Pictured project by AnnaKristine86

Free Knitting Pattern for Cable Earflap Hat and Matching Sweater

Earflap Hat and Matching Sweater

Aran cable patterns inspired this set by Patons.

Free Knitting Pattern for Fair Kate Hat

Fairly Legal: Fair Kate Hat

Thelma Egberts replicated the breathtaking cable hat lawyer Kate Reed wore in the in TV-series Fairly Legal. The TV series lasted a couple of seasons but this hat is a hit!

Free Knitting Pattern for Knotted Rib Hat

Knotted Rib Hat

Cabled beanie rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Cheryl Beckerich for Cascade Yarns.

Free Knitting Pattern for Chunky Cable and Rib Hat

Chunky Cable And Rib Knit Hat

Great beginner cable pattern and a quick knit in bulky yarn.

Free Knitting Pattern for Cabled Chapeau

Cabled Chapeau

Brimmed hat in one size. Use the top of a whipped cream container for the brim. Pictured project by knitkolic.

Free Knitting Pattern for Gentleman Hat

Gentleman Hat

The twisted stitches in this unisex beanie can be made with or without cable needles. Designed by Marjorie Dussaud

Free knitting pattern for Funiculaire Hat Slouchy Beret and more slouchy beret knitting patterns

Funiculaire Hat

bunnymuff’s slouchy beret is designed with cables that run through the band and then echoed in the body of the hat. The band is knit first and then stitches are picked up to knit the body.

Free Knitting Pattern for Honeycomb Cable Hat

Honeycomb Hat

This is one of my own designs. It’s a super easy cable hat and a great pattern for your first cable project. It was my first cable project! Video tutorial for the stitch is included in the pattern. Pictured project by cmarieknitting

Free Knitting Pattern Kulshan Hat

Kulshan Hat

Sarah Pope’s stylish hat features a honeycomb cable band,a slouchy crown in fisherman’s rib topped with a pompom, and a button fastening that can be worn open in back, closed on the side, or in any other way you like.

Free knitting pattern for Cabled Slouchy Beret and more slouchy beret knitting patterns

Cabled Slouchy Beret

Allyson Dykhuizen’s hat can be knit in bulky yarn or two strands of worsted held together. The cables make it stretchy and slouchier.

Free Knitting Pattern for Cabled Ski Bonnet

Cabled Ski Bonnet

Lacey Volk’s Neon Ski Bonnet features and cabled band and smocked crown.

Free knitting pattern for Cable Crossings Hat and more beanie knitting patterns

Cable Crossings Hat

Designed by Sara McDonald, this beanie features an all over cable pattern.

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for Song of Peace Hat

Song of Peace Hat

Slouchy hat features a cable brim. Sizes included for 6 years to adult.

Knitting Pattern for Cable Pompom Hat

Cable Pompom Hat

Quick knit in super bulky yarn.

Knitting Pattern for Bartek Hat

Bartek Hat

The unisex Bartek features multiple cable bands in varied width and one large cable twist that runs vertically up the side.

Knitting Pattern for Song of Love Hat

Song of Love Hat

This richly textured slouchy hat features a simple basketweave cable brim. Sizes included for 6 years to adult.

Knitting Pattern for Cable Brim Slouch Hat

Cable Brim Slouchy Hat

Knits up quickly in about 3-4 hours with super bulky yarn.

Knitting Pattern for Proverbial Cap

Proverbial Cap

Meg Swansen’s beanie is actually a sampler of twisted stitch knitting with simple twisted rib, twisted cables, double helix-like motifs, and elaborate lattice braids! Pictured project by catonmylap

Knitting Pattern Wolfpup Hat

Wolfpup Hat

Fast knit in super bulky yarn. The fluffy lining of this cozy ear flap hat is knitted separately and popped inside with a simple whipstitch. The easy pompoms are made with fake fur. Full tutorial.

Knitting pattern for Bae Hat with two pompoms

Bae Hat

A cabled beanie is elevated to a new level of chic with the addition of 2 fun and funky pompoms!

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Terry Matz

meTerry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!

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