The stripe on the saddle nearest the animal's head has no red. I'm sure to the less obsessive compulsive of us this would not have mattered, but to the rest of us - well, this had to be remedied. So, on comes the fake wood - or to be more genteel, QuikWood, as it is known at McClain's. Or, you can find a similar product at your local home improvement store. I simply mixed a little ball of this wood putty stuff, flattened it to the right height, smushed it on the block where I'd made my mistake, and when it was dry, carved the missing part back in.
Now all the stripes have their red part. The purple line block has been printed again and everyone is in blotters drying. Or eating, or sleeping, or whatever critters do when they are between blotters and weighted with a piece of plywood. They will rest there until morning and then it will be on to the next step. I'm not hearing any noise from them - they must be resting peacefully. I think we can surmise that the trouble at the corral is over. For the moment.
Meanwhile, I need to run down to the local version of a yarn store and see if I can get the right size needles for the next knitting project. It is a constant problem to keep me entertained and off the streets.