Technically, it still needs a button, button-loop, and some i-cord ties to told it shut. But I did block it. While I was at it, I blocked a bunch of other FO's (that's Finished Objects for you non-knitters, to whom I profusely appoligize for all the knitting content on this blog).
I blocked not only the Nutmeg Sweater, but the Wonderful Wallaby in Malabrigo in colorway "Buscando Azul", a very pretty blue. You can also see my September Surprise jacket here in Malabrigo in colorway "Amoroso". I made a matching 2x2 ribbed hat out of the same yarn.
The Wallaby is the prettiest thing I have knit yet. I still have 3 more skeins of that yarn (ok, like 3.5) and I am trying to decide if I should knit another one (original plan) or make a Tomten Jacket from Knitting w/o Tears. Both cute ideas.
I like all of the knitwear much more since it's been blocked. Blocking, for non-knitters, is where you wet soak an item (usually with some wool wash, NOT Woolite), roll out the water in a towel, then manuever it into it's finished shape. It evens out stitches and usually makes the whole thing drape and wear better. I forgot how blocking "stretches" the knitting a little. The baby surprise jacket is a little bigger now, which I like.