Not enough contrast with grey-brown, so grey-white it is…
Put this on hold and knit another Laurits for the Little Cousin first. Will implement lessons learned.
Grey/White would be pretty but really not practical as long as Junior spends most of his time crawling around on his belly.
Thus, Grey/Red it will be.
Also, gauge adjustment after having finished Laurits grün/braun: two more increase rounds (plus 32 stitches) are needed, best added within the garter yoke part (additional increases in Rows 30 and 32)
Also, I do not see why sleeves should be knit flat. Rather, I start with putting sleeve sts on hold, and knitting body in the round. Cast-on 8 new sts for underarm gusset. When knitting sleeves, use new cast-on sts to pick-up-and-knit 8 new sleeve stitches
(162 body sts, 64 sleeve sts each) - looks nicer, no seaming.
Sleeve decreases hidden in first B-Color round
Yoke: 3 garter stripes
Body: 13 garter stripes (+3 yoke stripes) = 16
Sleeves: 12 (+3) = 15
At 207 g almost 50g/one skeinworth heavier than first one with original numbers.
Pre blocking measurements are fine lengthwise
(Sleeves 31/ body 33 cm)
but seam flares as opposed to underarm width
( 29 cm vs 35 cm)
so lets see what washing, shaping, blocking will do with it.
Construction can be improved by
-moving increases/decreases to first row of garter stripe (invisible and easier to remember)
-knitting body before sleeves
-knitting on 8 underarm stitches each for body
-picking up and knitting 8 underarm stitches for each sleeve
(less puckering/ better fit)
-adding fake slipstitch seams to hide color change