I'm so excited to share that I decided the pattern for the December Furls Crochet Along - The Champagne Cables Hat! And that's not all...
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Furls Crochet, but all opinions are my own.
The Champagne Cables Hat is part of a Furls Mastercourse on Crochet Cables! In this class, I walk you through three patterns - and as we go through each one, you'll work through the basics of crochet cabling!
In Crochet Cables with Tamara Kelly, I teach you the special stitches used, demonstrate 3 different stitch patterns, and them bring them together into 3 unique patterns. They make a great set, but each stands on its own beautifully too!
The Masterclass will be available starting December 11, 2017 - CLICK HERE to get on the waitlist for Crochet Cables with Tamara Kelly now!
But you don't have to take the course to make the hat! As I mentioned, The Champagne Cables Hat is being featured in the Furls December CAL - which means it's FREE! Woot!
This week on Furls you'll find the supplies list for the Free Crochet Along and more info on the class - and also a giveaway you're sure to love! One Grand Prize winner will receive 1 ball Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky, 4 balls Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted, a J/6.0 Streamline OR Purple Odyssey hook, one copy of Quick Crochet for the Home by Tamara Kelly and one copy of Crochet Cables with Tamara Kelly! Three additional winners will each receive a J/6.0mm Streamline Hook - WOW! CLICK HERE to go to Furls now and join the fun!
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Am I the only one confused by the term “turn” after joining each row of my round? Wouldn’t my cables be inside and outside?
Hi Joyce! The cable stitches are only made on every other row. By turning, the cables stay straight instead of leaning to one side, as usually happens when working in the round. 🙂
Thank you! I ended up taking the cable course which was very helpful and saw that:). Now I just need to get my gauge right. J hook made it way to big - H seems to be better. Love the pattern.