Christmas Pudding With Holly Hat


Christmas Pudding With Holly Hat


Christmas Pudding With Holly Hat
Christmas Pudding With Holly Hat

"Forget the Christmas jumper, this year it’s all about the Christmas Hat! The perfect way to share your festive spirit even when your jumper is hidden under your coat! How cute would your pudding look in this Pudding? This hat pattern, complete with Holly leaves and berries is available free in Toddler Size and is a really quick and fun make. It’s perfect for advanced beginners and experienced crocheters alike, with a video tutorial available for the Holly. You can also customise by adding more or less holly leaves and berries - Make it your own this Christmas!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge2in x 2in = 8st x 4 rows

Finished Size18in circumference, 7.5in height

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What a different hat. I will have a one year old grand child at Christmas dinner this year. After dinner we will go for a walk in the snow. She will look so cute in this hat. Maybe I can make a bigger one for me so we can look alike.

Now bring us some figgy pudding! Even though this hat pattern is for a toddler, the designer pairs it with a photo of an adult version. Im experienced enough a crocheter to figure out that adult pattern anyway. Were participating in our local communitys Christmas parade, and wouldnt you know it, temperatures are supposed to plummet. Im going to surprise my husband with this hat so he wont have to wear a Santa one like everyone else.

I have to admit that I have heard about Christmas pudding almost my entire life, but I never actually even knew what it was. We did not eat this when I was growing up. I had to Google it to see what it was. Christmas pudding is a type of pudding traditionally served as part of the Christmas dinner in the UK, Ireland and in other countries where it has been brought by British emigrants. It is also called plum pudding. This hat does look just exactly like the pictures of the pudding that I saw when searching. Such a cute idea.

I DID grow up with Christmas pudding and there are a lot of traditions surrounding both the making of it as well as serving and eating. It needs to be made well in advance of the season as you need plenty of time for the rum to soak in. Also, on the day it's made, everyone in the household needs to stir the pudding at least once for good luck. We always steamed the pudding in a special bowl only used for the occasion. Otherwise my Scots grandmother steamed her Cloutie dumpling in a bag on a china plate. Can't imaging Christmas without pud!

In a way, I think a hat such as this is a fun white elephant gift for that office party. Also, make an entire array in all sizes to fit all family members and you are set for an ugly holiday party. But they/re not "ugly", rather they are just weird in a cute sort of way! For me, I think the babies will wear this hat the best -) Great video tutorial provided, too.


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