Go ahead and click on it to make it bigger. I'll wait.
While I was out in the garden, crawling around pointing my camera at the ground, muttering to myself, and occasionally yelling at the kids to get out of the light, I heard my name being called from my backyard neighbor. The designer of that pattern (you did click the link, didn't you?) is a friend of my neighbor. That designer offered a knitting machine she doesn't want to move to members of our local knitting group and I was the first one to answer yes. So, tonight while I was crawling around with my possessed camera, she came to deliver it! How exciting. It's much much heavier than either of the knitting machines I already own. I'm hoping it will be a more friendly than my oldest one, which is probably from the late '70s. I'm not sure of the vintage of this one, but I think certainly no older.
While I was at it, I took a few other photos in the garden. The lilac leaf buds are opening. There's a grape hyacinth and a little teeny blue flower I don't know the name of. It grows among the ferns. I was looking for fiddleheads when I found it.
Edited to add
For the Record, my camera is an Olympus Camedia C-5060 Widezoom, 5.1 megapixels. I'm quite happy and would recommend it to anyone wanting to step up from point and shoot, but not ready to spend the money for a true digital SLR and 8 megapixels.