After all the hoo-ha about “that dress”, I wrote a post about colour perception and crochet.
I always find it interesting to knit from the same pattern using different colours or the same colours reversed.
Recently I shared the photo of a baby garment I knitted. I had (deliberately) bought too much yarn. For my next project (after knitting bootees and a bonnet) I knitted the same outfit in the larger size with the colours reversed. I did not knit another bonnet. I had designed this myself by adapting another pattern and substituting the stitches from the jacket pattern. Until it has been tested on a real baby, I am not sure that it is a good design.
All the patterns I have for baby clothes are about thirty years old or more.
Anyhow, without more ado, I present a photo of the jackets in two colour ways – white and pink and pink and white. (Clicking on the photo enlarges it.)