Every last square is knit:
Which brought Robin, and several others of us at Knitting Circle, to the brink of the final decision:
What color to use for the edging?
The blue-green Koigu along the upper-right edge had been the original plan, but not everyone thought it was perfect; it seemed maybe a little dull, maybe a little too blue. There were quite a few constraints--pardon me, parameters--to the choice, as well: vaguely the same gauge, washable, preferably gender-neutral. (The recipient is a boy baby, but he may someday have siblings.)
The ultimate winner was the pale green Koigu along the upper-left edge. If you don't agree that it's the best, please feel free to say not one word about it: everyone knows computers don't show color accurately, anyway.
And if you've got time on Sunday, you should come down and make your own one of these:
(For those of you who know my issues with felting, Jen did this one.) Class starts at 1:00.