We had a beautiful weekend. Temperatures were warm enough to sit outside with my coffee.
Suddenly, the forsythia is blooming.
It is covered with golden flowers.
Little surprises are popping up, everywhere. Thanks to the neighbourhood squirrels, there are things in new places from where I thought they were. From top to bottom: hepatica, scilla, and bloodroot. Hepatica and bloodroot are native to this part of Ontario.
I did a little sewing.
A Star Wars bib for Star Wars day, the bib will go to a baby coming soon who has Star Wars fans for parents.
All the lovely sunshine meant knitting outside.
These socks are now finished. Somehow, I managed to end up out by one row on the pattern for the foot of the sock, so I used some red left from another pair of Turtlepurl Sock Yarn to knit the toe red, instead of green. Now, the socks will remind the owner of what foot the go on, since they have port and starboard toes. Since their intended owner used to work on a cruise ship, it seemed appropriate.