Baby Coat pattern quite a few times now. Two or three times as written and a couple of sized up versions. I've knit this one so that it will hopefully fit my cousin's baby next winter when he or she is 6 or 7 months old.
The colour is a little bit washed out in the photo. It's not quite so pastelly in real life. I'm really pleased with how the edging worked in the multi. I made use of the double decrease (slip 2 tog knitwise, knit 1, pass 2 slipped sts over) that I learnt from knitting the Sunrise Circle Jacket. Although if I was to do that again, I'd purl that centre stitch on the subsequent row rather than just knitting straight through as the corner turn becomes a bit bulky.
Pattern: Baby's Coat by Mary Lee Herrick
Yarn: harvest pure wool (8 ply or dk weight) plus a bit of Marta's 8ply merino multi for the edging.
Sticks: 4mm circular (aero?) and 4mm hook for the edging.
Buttons: Pair from the button stash. Origin unknown.