I made Posie Gets Cozy's Maggie Rabbit:
Lenten quilt and pussy willows.
Making Maggie required a little knitting, for her capelet. I do know how to knit, a little, having learned from a baby sitter when I was a child (she made knitted clothes for all the local girls' cabbage patch dolls), but I've avoided it because I have too many hobbies as it is. A bit of poking around in knitting tutorials to remind myself how to cast on and off was all it took to make the capelet; I learned how to undo stitches and rip out rows, too, because of all the mistakes I made. And in the process, I learned that although I am left-handed I knit right-handedly, but I use my left to wrap the yarn around the needle. Apparently that might be the continental knitting style, rather than English? Given that I use a fork and knife also in the continental style, it amuses me to realize I am a right-handed European, rather than a left-handed American.
I had leftover yarn, and having been bitten by the knitting bug, I searched the interwebs for a tiny floral project. I found this pattern for a knitted rose, and made it: