Uptown Coffee Easy Cabled Crochet Beanie Pattern Free

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When you make this easy cabled crochet beanie pattern, you’ll use columns of crochet post stitches to give your hat a really rich and unique texture.

If you know me, you know I think that chunky crochet hats are the BEST gift. They work up so fast, and there’s something so great about the feeling of sitting down and completing a project in one swoop.

Plus, this easy cabled crochet hat pattern is perfect for learning how to crochet cables. You can get the basics mastered in a simple cord cable, and then you’ll be able to master a more intricate cable hat pattern.

This cabled hat has just a hint of slouch, and a lot of stretch. I know you’re going to love it, because it’s uber comfortable!


P/10mm Crochet Hook; Isaac Mizrahi Craft Carlyle, 127yds/116m, 2.47oz/70g, 77% Acrylic, 15% Metallic, 8% Polyamide,  Super Bulky [6] weight Yarn in Regis colorway; Chunky Yarn Needle; Scissors


Ch- chain; Dc – double crochet; Fpdc- front post double crochet; Sl- slip stitch; St- stitch;

Gauge / Finished Size

4 sts and 3 rounds in 2” square in pattern.

Finished hat measures 10” wide at brim, and 10” from crown to brim.


Hat is worked from center crown down in joined, unturned rounds.

Turning chains do not count as a stitch, do not work into them.

Photo of a crochet cable hat with a crochet hook and ball of yarn.

Uptown Coffee Easy Cabled Crochet Beanie Pattern

Crown of Hat

Round 1: Into a magic circle, ch 2, and work 12 dc, sl to first st to join. [12] 

(Alternately, ch 3, work 12dc into 3rd ch from hook.)

Round 2: Ch 2, (dc, fpdc) in each st around, sl. [24]

Round 3: Ch 2, *(dc, fpdc) in next st, fpdc in next st,* rpt * to * around, sl. [36]

Sides of Hat

Round 4: Ch 2, *dc in next st, fpdc in next 2 sts, * rpt * to * around, sl. [36]

Round 5-11: Rpt Round 4.

Brim of Hat

Round 12: Ch 1, sc in each st around, sl. [36]

Rounds 13-16: Rpt Round 12.


Fasten off and weave in all ends. Block lightly if desired.

Closeup of a cabled crochet hat brim on a wood surface.

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  1. Lalitha Jairam says:

    I love this pattern. I am making it for my grandson. Thanks!

    1. You’re welcome! I hope it suits him! <3 Thanks for your lovely comment.

  2. Susie in the country says:

    thanks for sharing the pattern. i love the yarn. could it be discontinued? I can’t seem to locate it anywhere.

    1. Katie says:

      Hi Susie,

      Unfortunately I think it might have been! I thought I had found some on Amazon and linked it in the pattern, but not everyone likes to shop for yarn there. But there are definitely other yarns that would be fun to sub in!


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