Sweater #17, also known as the last sweater of the year. I can't believe I knit 17 sweaters; that's a lot of sweaters when I see it all together in one large number. Most of them were kid/baby sweaters, but for good measure I had 2 adult sweaters. Both of which were later shrunk by Husband. Let's not talk about those again.
This one is the Ribbed Baby Jacket by Debbie Bliss. It's cute on paper, but I'm not sure how well this will work out. The front seems very short and the rest of it seems very large. I added the button and a crocheted chain for a loop. There are no instructions for a button, so I just kind of guessed. I figure it can be taken out if it needs to be. Also, ribbing can be added on the bottom if it needs to be.
The yarn used was Nashua Hand Knits in Julia. It's a wonderful mix of wool, mohair, and alpaca. It's soft to knit with and even softer after blocking. I will definitely remember this yarn when I need something soft to knit with.