Cables
Cables got you down? We're here to help! Join designer Casey Hendrickson and learn to knit a cabled (and faux-cabled) pom-pom hat. From casting on and cabling to shaping and finishing, she'll show you how, step by step.
Cables got you down? We're here to help! Join designer Casey Hendrickson and learn to knit a cabled (and faux-cabled) pom-pom hat. From casting on and cabling to shaping and finishing, she'll show you how, step by step.
Casey Hendrickson, Prem Knits
Casey Hendrickson, Prem Knits
There’s nothing like the twisting, turning braids of cables to make you fall in love with knitting all over again! They add so much texture and interest to your design, and they’re a ton of fun to knit without being all that hard to learn. Pick a project below, then have a total blast knitting it up.
Bluprint
From graphic stripes to more complicated double knitting, hats are the perfect canvas to practice and learn new skills. They're pretty small, so you aren't committing to a lifetime of knitting a technique you may not love, and except for some crown shaping, they're basically just knitting a tube — by keeping the structure simple, you're free to focus on your new skill. So when you're in the market to try something new, check out one of these skill-building hats.
Bluprint
Spoiler alert: cables aren't complicated. You're knitting the same way you always do, you just switch up the order of your stitches a little bit. Easy peasy. This chunky headband pattern is a perfect first foray into cables: it's quick, easy to memorize, and CUTE.
Beginner
Add cables to anything and it’s a guaranteed upgrade. Cables can be fun, classy, elegant — and a real pain to knit sometimes. But if you know all the tricks, you'll be all set to create dozens of gorgeous cable stitches.
Ashley Little
Take the next steps in your knitting journey and create two cozy accessories.
Allyson Dykhuizen
Allyson Dykhuizen
If you like to create a knit-like texture with your crochet projects, the crochet cable is screaming your name! Crocheting cables can seem daunting at first, but with a little bit of practice you can be crocheting cables in no time.
Kathryn Vercillo
You know how to sl1yo, brk, and brp, and now you're ready to take your brioche knitting to the next level. Why not put some pretty twists into your project?
Ashley Little
There's so much to love about this Cable Stitch Crochet Headband pattern. It's perfect for a statement gift in a hurry — it takes less than an hour to make and just 55 yards of yarn. Plus, you can customize it by adding a fancy shawl pin or pretty buttons.
Dedri Uys
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