I fell in love with a little cardigan after seeing a beautiful example on my Instagram feed. It’s called the Peachick Eyes Cardigan. I decided I must embrace some startitis and cast it on for Z immediately. Luckily, I have plenty of sock yarn on hand, and this was done with only a moment’s consideration. I’m using leftover Colinette Jitterbug in Elephant’s Daydream. I have two partial balls, totally about 126 grams. I think that should be plenty for the 2 yr old size, and if it isn’t, I can always add an accent color for the bottom or button band and armbands. It makes me a little sentimental to use this yarn, because I made Z’s first cardigan out of it. So far this is a fun and fast knit. I think she will be able to wear it some this spring, and layered with a long-sleeved t-shirt next fall and winter. I didn’t swatch (shhhhh…), but just grabbed the size 3 needles and got to work. If it ends up slightly too big because I’m a loose knitter, all the better! That just makes for a longer wear time. There’s also a matching adult version. That might have to happen at some point to satisfy my unquenchable desire for matching mother/daughter knits.