Not quite out of the woods, but nearly. Kinda strange how coming of the AD's is harder work than stopping smoking and caffeine, innit.
It is, of course, Zimmerman's Surprise Baby Jacket.
This is the first time I've knitted one, and have wanted a reason to knit one for a while now. Genius idea, as we all know, yet it's not until you make one yourself that the delight is fully revealed.
This one uses 115g of wool oddments, knitted on 3.25mm with a gauge of about 22 or 24sts per 10cm/4 inches. Thanks to my fave 'split & spit' method of joining yarn, there were no ends to sew in except the cast-on and cast-off tails. Glad the brain was working ahead on that score.
Size wise, with the buttons closed it'd be 16" chest, as it is it's 17", so (I'm told) that's a size 3-6 months? Anyway, we rather like it.
Tom's still trying to work out how to wear it, though...