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Urban Reflection CAL Week 4: Border and Blocking

Cabled Cutie Slouch


Wow!!!! It has been a LOOOOONG time since I have released a pattern or even written a blog post. All the problems with the Storybook Capelets kind of threw me into a funk. I just couldn't get it right and with the holidays and other obligations it was just easy to not do much else than try to figure it out. 
I had to put it down for a bit though because we had a family picture date coming up and I wanted us all to be a cute matchy family (cause I'm like that...) So I worked up these Cabled Cutie Slouch hats for me and the girls. They turned out sooooo cute!!!! I am so excited to share the pattern with you all!


The Cabled Cutie Slouch hat comes in two sizes, toddler/child and teen/adult. The band is really stretchy because it is made with foundation single crochet. 

Cabled Cutie Slouch
This pattern has been sold to All Free Crochet and can be found HERE.

If you enjoyed this pattern, you may be interested in the Ear Warmer Headband With a Twist.



Comments

  1. Wow, this is a gorgeous hat! My new year resolution is to make more things for myself and this is going straight to the to of the list. Thanks so much for posting the pattern! Wishing you the very best for 2014

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    1. Thank you so much! I really hope you enjoy it. I totally understand. I almost never make something for me. hahaha! Hope you have a wonderful new year as well!

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  2. For rows 2-4, does the ch1 at the beginning of the row count as the first sc?

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    1. It can if you would like it to. I didn't count it. I scheduled in the same st as the chain 1. As long as your stitch count is correct at the end of your round it really doesn't matter which way you do it.

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  3. I made a slightly modified version of this hat and really love the pattern thanks for the inspiration and I can't wait to make those cute leg warmers as well. http://stitchfamouslife.blogspot.jp/2014/02/cable-slouchy-hat.html

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    1. Thank you for linking back to the pattern in your post. I appreciate it. You hat is LOVELY!!!! I love it!!!! So so cute! Nice job! I hope you warm up a *little* from all that snow! Wow!!!! 28"? I wouldn't leave my house! Lol

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  4. Love love love this pattern - I haven't done crochet cables before and it came out perfect, so easy to follow and so cute! It worked up so quickly I am going to make another - thanks for an awesome pattern!

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    1. Oh yay!!!! I am so glad it worked out well and you enjoyed the pattern. :D

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  5. Amazingly beautiful pattern with such detail in the pattern.. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. jacqui

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  6. Really pretty and smart pattern and so clear... it'll be easy to follow, I think. Thanks a lot for sharing :)

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