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Christmas Pudding Baby Hat

By: Marianna from
Updated September 12, 2017
Christmas Pudding Baby Hat
Christmas Pudding Baby Hat
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The Christmas Pudding Baby Hat is cute, easy, and seasonal. Designed in 0-3 month size, this baby hat knitting pattern would be the perfect gift for the newborn Christmas baby in your life. Just follow this free knitting pattern to create the most adorable knit baby hat in the theme of a Christmas dessert!

The red holly berries on top are the perfect touch to this easy knitting pattern, making it the cutest, funniest baby hat pattern you'll find this season. Just grab your size 6 needles and you'll have the perfect baby gift in no time.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

What is Christmas Pudding?

You're most likely familiar with the verse "now bring us a figgy pudding..." from the classic Christmas carol "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." So what exactly is a figgy pudding or a Christmas pudding?

Well, although Americans think of chocolate, vanilla, and tapioca when they thinking of pudding, the term is actually the English term for dessert. Meaning, cakes, cookies, pies, pastries, etc. are all considered pudding. However, Christmas pudding (also referred to as plum pudding or figgy pudding) is a specific cake-like dish made during the holidays.

Pudding recipes contain an assortment of dried fruits, as well as citrus zest and nuts. The mixture of fruits and nuts is held together with a mixture of eggs, breadcrumbs, and suet (beef or mutton fat).

The mixture is pressed into a bowl, covered with parchment, and steamed in a pot on the stove for hours and hours until cooked. A conventional Christmas pudding can take upwards of 8 hours to steam on the stove-top.

The use of dried fruits dates back to Roman times. The British version of Christmas pudding dates back to the Medieval times, but they became most popular in the Victorian era when cooks learned to preserve dried fruits and meats for the winter months. Meats and fruits were combined to create mince pies - the precursor to Christmas puddings.

Source: "Christmas Pudding: What Is It, Anyway?" from

Do you make a Christmas pudding during the holiday season?

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I love this Christmas Pudding Baby hat..have friends expecting grandbabies this Christmas and will also make for my donation pile...thanks


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