Here's a Vertebrae cardigan that I started late in December and recently finished (I am also working on a Robe of Glory, thanks to Nancy The List Writer). It doesn't have much of a front so when the baby is in a sling or snuggled on your chest they don't get all hot and bothered. I used the rest of the mystery yarn that I made the leaf hat from, I was convinced that I wouldn't have enough left and scrimped on a few rows here and there. Of course there was plenty left though!
I've also started washing Bagl's clothes. We don't have a chest of drawers for him yet so I'm using a big Habitat fabric storage bag thingy as a makeshift one for now. The other day it felt very spring-like so I got the newborn sized stuff washed and out on the balcony (the pegs are in case of blowing away, I don't use them indoors on the clothes horse!). Don't they look sweet? Most of the babygros were from the Boots and Asda sale and everything else was from eBay. I much prefer brightly coloured clothes than the pastelly baby blue stuff that all the shops seem to think boys should wear. The next day I did a batch of navy and white stripey stuff from one of my favourite (but expensive, thank you sales and eBay) shops, Polarn O. Pyret and that included a teeny pair of socks, awww. We've tried not to buy too much stuff as often people give clothes as presents, but I can't resist organic babygro bargains on eBay and stripey stuff in sales.