Crochet Cable Ponytail Hat

Crochet Cable Ponytail Hat

This is an easy way to crocheting cable hat. Hope you like and appreciate the pattern so much. It is to fit in every pullover and keep warm your little girl too much. This is super easy and crocheted in a short time. Easy crochet little girl hat perfect for beginner watch the same tutorial how to create idea and learn how to make cable design different way to others. This hat looks more beautiful with perfect ribbing. Take yarn and try to this one for yours little girl.

Noteswritten pattern with video tutorial

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge4-6 years

Finished Sizesmall

Materials List

  • creamy orange color (Double knit acrylic sparkle)
  • Crochet hook 3.5 mm

Instructions

The instruction of the hat, it’s starting from the chain of the circumference of the head size whole. Mean first you measure of the head circumference and make the ch,s of the total, Then start working on the rib as your own choice. I write the easy instructions for those beginners who want to learn with the easy way to crochet things for the babies and adult. I instruct about the size in my video (watch the video tutorial)

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I like this Crochet Cable Ponytail Hat pattern and video. The pattern is well written and if you have a problem doing the cables, the video is worth watching to help. The video will show you how to make the cables and not only that, but the whole hat. With the two of these you can make beautiful cable hats. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet and video hat pattern.

Unlike a lot of ponytail hats that begin at the top with a commercial hair tie, this one begins with the bottom ribbing. This is worked lengthwise using Post stitches rather than the more common short Back Loop Only rows. You could use the BLO method as long as the final stitch count remains the same (72). I would run a round of Single Crochet around the ribbing to make sure I had a good foundation for the cables.

These crochet hats are awesome and they look so similar to a knitted hat. If you dont know the difference between crochet and knit items then you wouldnt believe that it was actually knitted. Love the tropical colors to help brighten a dull, drab winter day.

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