Handspun Milan Baby Jacket
Ah yes, the baby knitting continues. Except this one is more like a toddler jacket. Knit again, from the pattern in Natural Knits for Babies and Moms by Louisa Harding, the Milan Jacket pattern.
Knit with a 2-ply worsted weight handspun Corriedale wool yarn that I spun a while back...hmmm, Here.
I knit the largest size (18 months) in the book thinking that the little one can get more wear out of it this way. (Oh, the sleeves really are the same length, I just folded them in oddly).
I picked up the green toggle buttons on the trip to MI, at the Artisan Knitworks store, vintage plastic and cute!
I'm really enjoying the baby knitting. In fact, I'm not sure what to cast on next. Something for mindless baby knitting, to take places I think. Because home knitting now really, really needs to be Lisa's wedding shawl until I finish that, before I know it, we'll be heading to MI again.
Things are greening up for Spring here. I love it. I might even have tulips in a week or so...