I couldn't resist knitting another of these baby kimonos. This one should fit a 5lb baby and used just 50g of dk yarn. I love this pattern because it is knitted in one piece. It requires concentration in some places, but is otherwise a very easy pattern. If knitting it for a baby not yet born, it is just a case of sewing the buttons on the correct side as soon the baby arrives. The unused buttonholes then become places to tie little bows inside the top. Here is the Ravelry link.
I also continued my mission to use up my 4ply yarn and knitted 2 simple 16" diagonal blankets which used just 86g each. Like the preemie kimono, these will go to PreemiesUK who distribute clothing, blankets and teddies to hospital maternity units. PreemiesUK has a very active Facebook page with news, photos and patterns including this absolutely gorgeous crochet cardigan. That has definitely been added to my "to do" list!
Their Facebook page is open to everyone. It's not necessary to be a Facebook member to read it. It's worth checking before starting a new project because the type of items that are required often changes. Sometimes they need more cardigans. At other times small blankets are in demand, etc etc.