Knitting Pattern: Farraige Cabled Hat

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Knitting Pattern: Farraige Cabled Hat

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This is a downloadable PDF knitting pattern for the “Farraige” cabled hat.

Inspired by traditional Aran fisherman sweaters, Farraige is a double-brimmed cozy hat full of cables and texture. Needing only approximately 200 yards of worsted weight and utilizing a repetitive cabled pattern, Farraige is a great pattern for knitters looking to expand their cabling skills or a meditative and satisfying easy project for cable experts. Add a pompom or not depending on your style!

Yarn: 
1 skein category 4/worsted weight yarn 
Recommended: Lion Brand Wool Ease

Needles: 
Size US 6 (4mm) circular or double-pointed needles

Tools: 
Cable needle or extra DPN for cable rows 
Tapestry needle for finishing

Gauge: 
22 stitches in 1x1 ribbing over 24 rows = 4x4”

Finished Dimensions: 
With brim folded up, hat measures 8 x 9.5”

Key: 
K - Knit 
P - Purl 
C6F - Slip 3 stitches onto cable needle and hold in front of work. Knit next 3 stitches from the left needle, then knit the 3 stitches on the cable needle 
C2F - Slip 1 stitch onto cable needle and hold in front of work. Knit next stitch from the left needle, then knit the stitch on the cable needle 
C2B - Slip 1 stitch onto cable needle and hold in back of work. Knit next stitch from the left needle, then knit the stitch on the cable needle 
P2T - Purl two stitches together to decrease 
K2T - Knit two stitches together to decrease 
CDD - Central double decrease

Pattern includes both written and charted instructions, and includes a step-by-step tutorial for the CDD decrease.

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