Crochet Mock Cable Hat

In today’s tutorial, let’s do the Mock
Cable Hat. This is a really cool hat featuring a really great band that has a
Jacob’s Ladder. Let’s begin looking at the pattern next. Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd as
well as I’m your host Mikey. Today we’re going to make this beautiful hat. It’s called a Mock Cable Hat. It has two layers here of
Jacob’s Ladder that you see here. You’re actually seeing it just shown once but
there’s actual fact two side-by-side in the same band. Today we’re gonna be
learning how to make the band so that you can go all the way around, and then
we’re gonna just polish it off just by finishing it with the top here. So to
do today’s project it’s really quick and easy. You use the new Bernat Dazzle yarn.
This is new as of 2016. Really quite great. It’s quite thick. You’ll need
a size ‘L’, 8 mm crochet hook in order to play today. So let’s get
started on this concept. I think that you’ll really like it. It’s very much similar to
the chain links pillow, and all of them where Jacob’s Ladder is concerned. So
let’s take a look and let’s do this pattern. So what you’re looking at here
is the Jacob’s Ladder concept. And what’s gonna happen here is that we’re gonna start on one side of the project and then we’re gonna do a chain, and then
jump over and then do the other side. So you can see that there’s solid sides
here, but there’s gapping spaces with the chain. When we come back across we’re
gonna just go across the chain and then advanced up. And then chain again,
and then when we come back we’re gonna go across that same chain. So we’re
thickening up the chain every two rows that we go in order to create the look.
So this is what you’re seeing here. So the very first time that you do it, it’s
going to look like this, like a ladder and then we’re gonna twist the first
one and then pull all the remaining ones through these holes all the way at the
top just like you see. And it pulls everything in. It gets a lot more
compressed in and then it creates the band just like you see here on the model
and it’s really quite cool. These buttons help secure this in the
end, but if you don’t have buttons and you just wanna sew the final one so it
doesn’t unravel itself then that’s completely up to you. But it’s quite a
nice feature on this hat. So let’s grab our size ‘L’, 8 mm crochet hook
today, and let’s grab our Bernat Dazzle and let’s get going. So let’s begin and if you wanna email
me on what this color is, you don’t need to worry about it this is called Mocha
Shimmer. This is Bernat Dazzle Mocha Shimmer. So it’s a little bit chocolaty,
and it has sparkle inside the yarn. So let’s begin. We’re gonna create a
slipknot to start and remember that never counts as anything within this pattern
today. And it says that we need to chain 14. So just yarning over so 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Go all the way to 14 for me and don’t freak out, because you’re gonna say
this chain is way too long. But the Jacob’s Ladder is gonna compress
everything and you have to trust in me with that. So please chain all the way to number 14. So let’s do the first row. So there’s
gonna be two bands of Jacob’s Ladder going in on this particular chain. So
let’s go second chain from the hook, and we’re gonna single crochet. Go to
the back loop of the chain in order to get it to look really good. And that’s
completely just a preference for myself when I go to do this. So you’re gonna
single crochet in the second chain from the hook and let’s refer back to the pattern.
And it says one single crochet in each of the next two chains. So in actual fact
what you have in the end is a total of three single crochets in a row. So the
first one plus another two. So let’s start begin, beginning to do the
Jacob’s Ladder concept. So we now have to chain 11. So let’s just do that before we
continue. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. So now that you have your 11, come back
down to the chain. So come back down to earth there, and it says to skip the next
two chains. So skip 1 and 2 and go to the third chain over and single crochet
into that spot just like that. Okay, so we’re gonna single crochet
there plus we’re gonna single crochet the next two in a row as well. So
continuing down on that same chain. Getting started is always the toughest
thing with anything, so just don’t lose patience with this. So you got three
single crochets in a row just like you did at the very beginning. This here is that loop that’s going to
twist to get you started. So let’s begin again. So we’re gonna
do the second Jacob’s Ladder again. So you remember what we have to do? Chain 11. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. And I want you to come back down to the chain, skip the next two, 1 and 2, go to the third over
and single crochet in just just like that and single crochet into the final two chains that are left. So that’s getting you started with this,
and it will compress down. You just gotta put trust in it. And this is what it’s
going to look like at this point. So row number one kinda looks like this when you
look at it. So here it is and these are the loops and you’ll see
that they’ll twist eventually as we come into play with this. Okay, so now that we’ve done row number
one, row number two and three are going to be the repeat throughout the entire
band now until we get a total of 22″ long. So what we have to do in row number two and we have to end on row number two, so when you get your
22 inches you should end on row 22. So what we’re gonna do now is that we’re
gonna chain up one, and we’re gonna do one single crochet in each of the
next three. There’s only three here anyway, so just
remember that. So there’s one into each. So 1 and 2 and 3 just like that. And now you’ll have your
chain 11 there. So here’s what you’re gonna do on this chain 11. One single
crochet into each one of these chains as you go across. Okay, so just continuing to go across. So
you can count it if you want to. I would probably recommend it. So 1, and you’re just going in the chain 2 and 3 and 4 5, 6, 7 and 8 9, 10, and I got one more to go and 11 just
like that. So now you’re here in the middle of the
three. So the next three are gonna be single crochets. So 1, 2 and 3. So throughout this pattern the middle will always stay solid. There’ll always be single crochets
going in the middle. There will always be single crochets going on the outside.
See how you just thicken that up? That’s that braid. So let’s begin again. So the
next 11 chains will each be one single crochet. So 1 and 2 and 3, this is 4 and 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 10 and I just got one more to go. There’s 10 and 11. So there’s my 11. So that just got
thickened up. And the final three that are left is just gonna be one single
crochet each. So this is row number two. Whenever you’re finishing up you should
finish on row number two because row number two is the final of going
back across it to thicken it up. So let’s begin, and let’s start on the next one. So
let’s turn our work and go for row number three. So just turn. So row number three
is gonna establish the chain once again that we’ll be playing with. So
you’re gonna chain up one and the first three will be single crochets. So
1 and 2 and 3. And now this time there’s gonna be um, 11 chains. So
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. So there’s 11. I’m not worried about this piece rather right
now because of the fact is that it’s gonna twist and chances are it won’t
be seen anyway. So you’re just gonna jump to the middle three that you see. So
just go into the first middle one for a single crochet. So 1 and then 2, just moving along, and 3, and then go to 11 again. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 and then come back to this other side and the final three that you run into 1, 2, 3 are the finals. So start in the first one. So one single crochet there, and
coming back the next one and the next one. So that was row number three. See? So you’ve got the smaller ones, you have the thicker ones so to turn around you’re
gonna go for number two once again. Chain up one, the first three will be single
crochet, 1, 2 and 3 and then working across the chain for the next 11.
So 1, 2, and 3 4, and 5, it’s 6 and 7, 8, 9, 10, and finally 11. So there’s my 11 in. I’m
back at the middle and I just keep on going. So I want you now just to continue
to go and do this row and then the other row and keep alternating between the
two. And what’s gonna happen here is that you’re gonna end up with these,
the ladder shapes that you see in the diagram. So as you get uh, as we get done what’s gonna happen is that the first
one is going to twist, and then the next one will just come into the inside like
so and just pull out. And I’ll show you that more later. But this is what’s
creating that cable look that you see within the hat. So what I want you to do is that you need to measure along the side here 22 inches from this side all the way to the
other side, and then you’re done the band. So I’m gonna leave that for
you and I’ll be back and I’ll show you what to do at from point. So last time I
left you, I was working on this and right now if you pull everything apart it
looks like a backbone. Reminds me of a back spine, and you have the ribs
basically coming up out of the project and you have it on both sides as you can see
here. I want you to grab two pieces of spare string that you don’t mind wasting,
and we’re gonna be using that towards the end of this. So right now, I’ve got 22
inches now from this point down at the bottom all the way to the top. Notice I have not fastened off. So I know
a question that’s gonna be asked of me. What happens when you start doing the
twist work and the hat is too small? If you don’t fasten off at this point you can
actually adjust the size. So what I would do is do all the twisting now that
you’ve got your 22 inches, try it on your head make sure that it fits. If it’s too
tight you can add on more, and if it’s too loose then you can subtract a few of
these out. Just take a little measurement on how thick that is and so then it can make a decision maybe if I have to take out some. So it’s a great way to alter, alternate the pattern. So
let’s begin the twisting. The twisting is the funnest part. We’re going to start on
one side. So every one of these is a loop that you see. Okay? So the first one we ever start with
is just going to be first up. Okay, so it’s not the starting one right
here it’s the first one up. So I want you to twist it. You can be twisted in any
direction just make sure you do both in the same direction. So if you go this way
for example, you wanna do it the same the other way. So just make sure the
first one is same. So just twist it. Okay I’m gonna do as per the pattern. So it’s gonna be uh, like this. Okay, did you see that? So it’s flat and
twist this way. So now grab the next one that’s in behind, and just pull through
that loop that’s twisted. You don’t need to twist anything. You
only have to twist that first one. Then grab the next one and pull through. And
you’re gonna notice that the project is going to suck in as you go all the
way up. This is the funnest part of this whole project. So I’m just gonna continue to
suck these in and just continue to pull them up. You know don’t be scared to pull
on them and really get their shape so that is consistent all the way up. It’s
like a braid. This is called a mock cable. This is also referred to as Jacob’s
Ladder as well. So you’re noticing this side is just really sucking in. It’s
really kinda good so just keep going in order and I’m gonna go all the way
to the top. So I mean quite up and just do it. So I’m getting closer to the top and the
reason why I had you grab some spare uh, string is that you have to sew buttons
onto the end of it in order to create the look that’s on the hat. It’s also a
feature that is non-functional, so you’ll never use the button. It’s more there for
decorative purposes, but it’s a neat way to hiding in the the final. Okay, so now that I’m finished one side almost, so I go right to the very end. So get those
last ones in like this. And so here’s the final one. So I don’t want this
unraveling on myself, so what I’m gonna do is that I’m gonna put this strand of string one of them through these two final loops. And that will just hold it
for me for now. It says to sew on buttons, but I want to check it for, make sure it
fits around my head first and I’m just gonna tie a little bowtie like that. And then I’m just gonna move to the other side start at the bottom, again just look at
the twist, the direction of the twist and it was this way. Okay, and then continue to work up the
other side. So making sure everything is gonna be coming in balance. And this is really going to suck it in as well. So I think for this hat copper buttons
would be really good. It’d be a really nice effect with this mocha and not sure
if it’s coming across as mocha on the screen for you, but it’s kinda like a deep chocolate with the hint of sparkle to it, a silver sparkle. The thing I like about this
yarn is that it does sparkle, but it doesn’t scratch. It’s acrylic, and it’s
pretty soft. So it’s going to look like a pair of train tracks by the time you get all the way to the top. So this is causing the project to not
only condense in this direction, but it’s also condensing in the length.
Because normally a woman’s hat is about 18″ in the brim area. So that’s why
I’m giving you options to be able to change the size if you have to. Everybody’s tension is a little
different. And go right to the end, getting that final
one in there and again with the piece of string, just tie that last one together
and that’ll hold it from unraveling from you. It shouldn’t unravel anyway, but it’s a good safety precaution just in case. So I want you to try it around your forehead
see if it fits, and if it’s too loose then you’re gonna have to remove
stuff out. So you can just pull that strand that you never finished off, and
just remove some extra yarn out. And if it’s too small, then you can add on an
extra that you need. So let’s try that on and then we’re gonna move to the next
part. Okay, so I tried this on my head. It
actually fits great. I’m really kinda surprised about it because you always
have to have a little bit of trust and what I need to do at this particular
point is that I need just to, I pulled a little bit extra here out when I did it. And
so I just want to make sure that I go in, and just make sure everything’s looking
good. And I’m gonna use a long strand from this finishing at this point to use
it as the sewing to sew it across the edge. So just grabbing extra yarn from
the yarn ball at this point, trim it off, and we’re gonna use it to our
advantage. So just pull it up right through, and
that is your sewing strand right there. So what I want you to do is that I want to
turn this around now, and I want you to sew the two seams together. But here, see
how there’s a gapping space right here? That’s kinda where the button is going.
So when we go to sew this, we want to sew it in a way that this looks like it’s
overlapping the other one but keeping everything in balance. So let’s begin to do that and let’s grab
a darning needle and put the yarn on to the to the needle,
and I wanna whipstitch straight across. So just coming straight across matching
edge to edge just like so. Just coming right straight across. And so I’m gonna deal with the braids in a little bit but what I want to do is just attach the
two seams together. So just going right directly across from each other as a
whipstitch, matching the stitch to stitch. So just looking across the project from
each other just making sure that you’re getting it
all completely lined up so that you’re not off balance at any point. Okay, so continuing to match as I go. And when I get all the way down to the other side where I match the two seams together,
let’s just put those together so I can match them up. What I’m gonna do is that I’m gonna tack the braid together, so even though the buttons holding um, the, the two
pieces of the braids together, the reality is that this strand is gonna do it, and the button is just an ornamental and it’s not functional. So
matching right to the end like so. So what I wanna do is that I wanna work
my way back now to where these loops are. So I’m just gonna pull the first loop
out, Okay, making sure you get the right one, and I wanna pull it over so that
it appears to be overlapping to the original that we have started with, just
like this. Okay, and this is where the button is gonna go. So what I wanna do is that I wanna
slide the yarn underneath the stitches until I’m up at that point, and then come
up through the point of a loop. Okay, don’t pull too much tension on it to
ruin the, um, the stretchability and just do it and then go down right into the
project, and that’ll hold that loop permanently in position and will never
fall out on you. So it looks like it’s matching just like
that. So now I’m gonna move over now in the back side and shifting through
the yarn strands to where the other one will be approximately like that. And now I can undo this one right there. And what I wanna do is that I wanna
dive back into the project and come out right approximately where I want the
loop to sit over top of and then I can put that loop into coming up, and then right back in. So now when I go to put the buttons on, it’ll be right at these particular spots. So on the backside, what I want to do is
that I wanna fasten off. So just taking it from the other side here and just
glide in the yarn and just tie a quick knot and then just glide the yarn into the
fibers three times. So one in 1 direction, coming back in the other
direction for 2 staying on the backside of the project, and then going back for
3 and therefore it will never fall out on you and then we can just trim it down to the project and now the braid is permanently into position, just
like so, and you’ll be ready to apply a button when you’re done. So let’s move on,
and we’re gonna move on to making the top of the hat. So if you wanted a
headband, you could actually just stop right now. Just apply your buttons. But if
you want a top piece, we’re gonna continue with that just
as per the pattern. Okay, so let’s begin to do the top of the hat. Let’s start off with
a slip knot and what we’re gonna do now is that the band is so tall is that
this is actually most of the hat and we’re now gonna then start shaping it
to the top of the hat. So coming up straight up from where you’ve done the
joining of the braids, straight up, and just join it to a side row like so and
just join it with the slip stitch, Okay. Chain one and one single crochet into that
same one. So now what we’re gonna do is that we
need a total of 12 single crochets in a row. This counts as one of them. So
moving down each one of the rows. So each one of the rows is a single crochet row.
So therefore, on the side each row equals a single crochet. So just count as you go.
So this is number 2 because we’ve already done 1 and 2. Sorry, this is
3, 4. See how I’m burying this loose end as well as I go? So this is 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12. So to keep in balance, you’re gonna skip the next one you
would go into and go to the second one over and start again for another 12 in a
row. And you’re gonna do that total four times going around on this and I’m
gonna teach you something right at the end just in case that your stitches
are off count. So continue along so 11, sorry, 12 in a row, skip one, 12 in a row, skip one.
So I’m coming up all the way around, and I just now did another 12. And it says to
skip one, and then it says the last three are single crochets. Well I technically
only have one stitch left, so what I’m gonna do here at the end in order to
stay in balance, you gotta sometimes cheat. Because all of
our tensions are slightly different, so technically I should’ve skipped one, which I’m
not going to, and I’m just going to put in three single crochets just to keep it
in balance in the end. So I’m just gonna put one into each of the two, and then
I’ve run out of stitches, and I’m just gonna put one more into the final, and then
join it to the top. You have to improvise sometimes in order to keep your stitch
counts properly. Because right now, this is where you would have to improvise, and
you basically will not even see it anyway. That’s a nice thing about these
kind of projects in this kind of thickness of yarn. So let’s move along to
row number two or round number two. And it says alternative rows after that, so I’ll
explain that. So row number two and alternative rows, so 2, 4, 6 and 8 are all gonna be the same thing. You’re gonna chain up
one and then just diving straight into the same one and each stitch all the way
around is just gonna be one single crochet each. Okay, so this is nothing, no
decreasing at all. So rows number two, and we’ll have to do
this every other row as well. Just regular single crochet and this is
allowing us to build the hat in a way that will allow it to grow properly. So
one single crochet into each for row number two. So I’m coming up to the end of row number
two, and each single crochet is getting a single crochet this time. And then I just
join it to the top of the beginning. So because we did alternate corrections
then on the last round, all your stitch counts should be back in balance at this point. Let’s move along to row, or round number three. So round number three, we’re gonna start off and
single, or chain one and then single crochet into the same one. And it says
one single crochet in each of the next four. Well this is considered one of them
so far, so we just go 2 and 3 and 4 and then it says to skip one stitch.
So skip one and then jump over to the second one, and single crochet four in a row again. So this is 2, 3 and 4, skip one, go to the next one, so 1, 2, 3 and 4. Please do that all the way around for
this round. If your stitches are in count, when you go to skip for the final one,
you’re gonna be left with one stitch. That’s normal. So in round number three,
it says you have to single crochet in the last single crochet here because you
skipped one and there’s one left. So that means that when I did the corrections
on row number one is that I got myself back in balance and so that it’s
working out best for the pattern. So let’s do a row or round number four. So chain
up one, and it’s just one single crochet into each going all the way around again.
So just no fancy foot work. One single crochet into each and it’s slowly
decreasing the top of this hat. I’ll see you in just a moment. So I’m finishing up
round number four. A single crochet into each is in that one, and then I just join it
to the beginning of where we started. Let’s go for row or round number five. I keep saying row today I don’t know why. So we’re going to chain up one, and it
says one single crochet into each of the next three. So coming down into the first
one. So we’re gonna do three in a row. So 1 and then 2 and 3. And guess what? We
have to skip one again. So skip one and jump over to the second and do another
three. So 1, 2 and 3. Skip one and go to the second one over for three in a row.
Continue to do that for round number five. So I’m getting faster in every
revolution. So I’m skipping one, and I got one stitch left before I join it to the
top of the beginning that we had started with. So that is the same thing that
we’ve done before where you have one that’s left over even after you skip. So
that’s normal here for round number five. So let’s just start with the next one.
We’re gonna chain up one and one single crochet into each for round
number six. So this is an alternative round and please do that one single
crochet into each single crochet all the way around. I got really tight on that
particular stitch here. [chuckles] Happens maybe I wasn’t paying attention or something. One single crochet into each all the way
for round number six. Okay, I’m finishing up round number six. So let’s move on to number seven. So
chain up one. Seven is just really gonna be easy. So single crochet into the next two and
then skip one. So there’s two, skip one, go to the next one, two in a row, and skip one. Please do that all the way around for number seven. So coming up to the end of round number
seven again you’ll have one skipped and then it’s one single crochet sitting by
itself before you join. So that was number seven. So we’re back to number eight which is
an alternative round. So chain up one and one single crochet into each going
all the way around for round number eight. Please do that we’ll see you in a second. Okay, just
finishing up around number eight joining it. So number nine is the final before we
gather the rest of the top and sew it shut. So that round number nine, final, chain up one, one single crochet into the first one and then guess what you’re gonna skip
one, skip one and go to second over, single crochet, skip one, go to the second over and single
crochet please do that all the way for round number nine. I’ll see at the end. This
is the final round and then we’re gonna gather up the top and then sew the
remaining shut. So I’m already at the back of the beginning and i’m just going to join
it to the first single crochet and that’s it. So I got a small little hole
that’s left on the very top. I wanna leave an extra long chain or
strand here and I’m gonna safely just trim it down and what I want to do
is just pull up on this yarn so that it comes out like this. So I’m going to
place my strand onto a darning needle at this point and I want to gather it kind
of like a clothesline idea and pull it all safely shut together. So this is how
big this hole looks at this point. So it’s not a big one. So I just wanna go
in and out of these stitches and what I like to do is just kind of loosely put
them in and then at the end I just like to pull it all shut and watch all come together. So it’s, it just will
be a better even thing if you do it at the end instead of pulling as you go and
again this is my own personal taste if you have another alternative suggestion
you can obviously do that for yourself. You are the artist within your home. So
continuing to go around. So now I gotta same how, some how find some buttons, I
don’t think I have any here in stock but um, definitely the buttons are the last
thing to be put onto this project if you want to. So I would do it at the end look
how your hat looks and then make a judgment on your buttons at that point.
So all the way back now to the start so now that it’s all in I can just safely
just pull on it and it will pull everything nice and tight at the very
top. To finish this off and to really climb to close it in I go diagonal
across the way and then back over and then I go in the other direction like a
cross and that’ll put it nicely secured at the top and then what I would do is
put the hook or sorry the needle down directly through the middle and turn the
hat to the side on the inside and pull up and what I want you to do is tie knot on
this side of the hat, on the underside that you can never see if you’re wearing
it and then just tie knot and remember that technique I showed you when doing
this seam? So just going in just to the fibers on the out, on this side of the
project don’t go through it. Just go 1 and then come back in the other direction for 2 and in the other direction for 3 and your
work will never be falling out at that point. You won’t have any tails. I can see this
kind of hat I was thinking as I was doing this that this kinda hat would
be probably something you would see in a craft fair or any kind of exhibit that
people are selling on tables totally see this hat with this kinda concept. So now I
have my hat completely done. So now all I just gotta do is sew the buttons
directly where it’s joining here and just gotta shape it properly and it would
be good to go. So sew on your buttons just grab your darning needle and some yarn
and this is what the hat looks like and I think it’s a really kind of a cool hat
and I think it’d be a lot of fun and it’s also different too which I personally
like when things are of unusual taste. Until next time it’s Mikey on behalf of
The Crochet Crowd as well as Have a great day. Don’t forget to sew your buttons and we’ll
you again real soon. Bye, bye 👋

43 thoughts on “Crochet Mock Cable Hat

  • I love your tutorials and love the way you encourage improvising at times, because I'm definitely not a perfect crocheter and make mistakes often lol. Nothing that ruins the project but sometimes it throws off counts. I'm glad you are ok with fixing as you go instead of tearing it all out, as I've actually had some crocheters tell me to do. Thanks for being awesome, funny, and most of all realistic to the life of crochet

  • You always have the most amazing patterns and easy to follow instructions. If ever I need to create something, I come here. Over the years it was items for myself and my kids, and now my grand babies! Your star blankets ( started with your 1st shared pattern, now in love with the 2nd pattern) are becoming a traditional gift in our family. This hat is heaven sent. I fought for ages trying to figure out mock cables!! Now to do this in a sweater and blanket! Ps. Thank you for helping me teach my daughter to crotchet!

  • Ohh Mikey you are the best!!!!!! Don't ever believe it otherwise!!!! I've been learning so much from you. Thank you. Say hi to Diva Den for me please πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»
    Mikey is there a way to make this hat for a toddler or child ? I'm guessing if I downsizing my hook would work right? Anyway thank you for all you do🌹🌷

  • I do not know the English language I hope you had to work a thread Light, I've been following your steps .. your work is very beautiful thank you

  • great pattern. I left off the top of the had to create a head band to keep my ears warm when out the my dog x love from the UK x

  • Trying to pull up the patterns on your website and it gives me an error for every pattern that says something about "error database"

  • Hi Mikey! Our Michael's doesn't carry the Bernat Dazzle yarn. What would you recommend as a replacement? I would appreciate any help you could give me. Thanks!

  • What a great video Mikey! I would never have been able to understand the written instructions without the video but now, I can hardly wait to try this! I don't think I have any yarn on hand that would be big enough, though…so now, I just have to wait until the roads are clear and I can go buy some yarn. Thank you!

  • Thinking this would be great for my sister-in-law who is going through chemo for breast cancer. If it turns out I might make extra. Thanks to Mikey, I believe I can do it.

  • Oh my. I started over at least 8 times and had to really force myself to continue. Finished. I LOVE IT!!! Thank you for sharing.

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  • Hi Mikey, Shirley from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I just finished this hat. I made it with A touch of Alpaca, color is purple aster, it came out perfect. Thx again for another wonderful tutorial.

  • It's a beautiful hat, I always wanted to learn to do this.
    Thanks for your patience and the way you explain everything thing.

  • why use such dark yarn? please consider doing it again with light yarn so we can really see what is going on. Looks interesting.

  • I love it , i love it, love it, thank you so much for sharing, you make it so easy to follow instructions were very clear

  • Thank you Mikey. Love this pattern. The Bernat Dazzle is discontinued. What yarn would be a good substitute? Thank you.

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