but these pictures of primroses.
I haven't knit anything, I haven't spun anything. The blue sweater has its zipper but still needs to be seamed. I didn't even have anything on the needles until this past Saturday, when I started a sock out of Sockotta (I like the colors but I don't like the fabric it creates). The sock has been kind of interesting because I decided to play with my heels and toes and used a faux-Balbriggan heel on it, which so far I like. I call it a faux-Balbriggan heel because I wasn't into the grafting and my instructions didn't make sense, so I decreased to one stitch instead.
This is the first year I've seen the primroses in bloom--I bought them post-bloom last year and wasn't sure they'd even come up, much less sure what color they might be. They're not as fancy as I had hoped but they are hardy, and I guess you can't ask for both.
I'll miss most of the fiber fests this spring due to Garden Club obligations (can't wait til my term as prez ends! one more year) but it's probably just as well since my living room is drowning in fiber anyway.