Here's a corner of the blanket blob. There really is a pattern in the outside border, but the crowding of the stitches makes it hard to see. I'm about two thirds of the way through this section, and everything will move to the 150 cm needle shortly.
I'm withholding a decision on the edging pattern until I know how many stitches are on the needle when I finish the border. If I can't finagle the math in a simple manner, I might have to design my own. But, hey, I've already done for this section ...
To make up for the recent lack of pictures, here's another, which is one of the best pictures of Huey I've ever taken, back-lit black cat not withstanding. And yes, he is missing the tip of his right ear. Our local SPCA has a wonderful feral/semi-feral cat neutering program, and Huey was "tutored" in a mass capture at the barn. Their right ear tips are cut off to mark them as neutered animals, although how much the participating vets take is variable. Huey's uncle and sister lost much less ear than Huey did.
The other group deserving kudos (and bucks) is Shelter Outreach Services. They have worked hard to raise money for mobile units to provide spay/neuter and vet services to underfunded rural communities in our region.