Well, one day turned into two, but the baby orchard that we planted a month or so ago was watered, grassy weeds cleared, and some knitting progress was made. It's probably going to seem like insanity to some of you, but I have three pairs of socks in progress (although one was a forgotten pair, recently found).
This peachy pink pair travel around with me in a section of my purse, so I always have something to work on, although progress is sometimes slower. The yarn is Panda Wool, and it is packaged in smaller amounts that are just right for one of these socks, so I'm not carrying a huge ball of yarn. This weekend, I finished the heel turn, the gusset decreases and am now heading down the foot.
This pair is going faster! The finished sock was begun on the way down to quilt market, after finishing the last pair of socks. On the way home today, the toe was stitched closed and the rib was made for the second. Now it's time to head down the leg in stockinette stitch, as it shows the yarn patterning better.