I have Swan Lavender Columbines in my garden that are flowering right now. I love to see them each year as they are such unique flowers.
In the evenings I've been knitting the yarn that I have spun using two of my handspindles. I'm just about finished with the second hiking sock, so I'll soon be able to wear these for the first time. I like the soft color changes in the Lincoln wool and the pairing of the dyed wool with the undyed BFL.
I'm very (okay, extremely) happy to report that I'm making headway on the Dresden quilt! Hurrah for that as I'm ready to start something new. This morning I sewed the borders on and then I'm on to the next step of layering the wool batting with the backing. Then I'll do some simple outline quilting to retain the loft and warmth of the wool batting and I'm one step closer to being done. Hallelujah! Hip hip hooray!! I get to start a new quilting project soon....
It's supposed to be 74 and sunny today, so I'm hoping that I can convince my youngest son to go cycling with me :-)
Here's hoping that you have time for fiber/fabric today,