CTS – The Business District – Correction

Where were Sheryl, Judy and Susan when they should have been paying attention to what I was doing and letting me know I was running amuck???

I was working on my Business District blocks, thought I had them all done, and was trying to decide, to I want the smaller building on the right in all  the blocks? On the left in some of them?  And if so, how many of them?  So I pulled up the EQ drawing and realized I hadn’t made enough.

There are 8 manor house blocks and there are 8 blocks with houses for next month, but there are 12, not 8 as I stated in the instructions, Business District blocks.  I’ve added the correct below the link for the pattern on the CTS PAGE and I’ve added the correction to the Errata Page on my blog so if you are playing along with the four of us and you thought you had all your Business District Blocks done — sorry.  Like me, you need to cut out and stitch four more!

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Happy Saturday

Whew! I was able to throw open the windows and turn off the air conditioning which has been running nonstop for more days than I can remember.  It’s a lovely, sunny, NOT HUMID, currently 72 degree day and we’re only supposed to get another 7 or so degrees warmer.  What a difference not to be 90 or above with 60% humidity or more.

So after sipping some coffee and knitting a little while on the Mystery KAL – which is no longer a mystery since all clues have been given but I’m a bit behind. I’ve got just a row or two left on the third clue and then the fourth and final clue to do.  I need to order some more yarn since I’m pretty darn sure I’m going to run out of the zauberball I’m using so need to remember to do that today — oh the hardship to have to order more yarn! LOL  Speaking of which, I was in the Sow’s Ear last night and of course came home with a “bit” of yarn.  A ball of Opal and then two other hanks of sock yarn made by Holiday Yarns. I’ve never heard of them or tried them before but two hanks caught my eye.  It’s a superwash/nylon blend, one color called Embers – you can probably figure out which one from the photo – had lovely shades of gray and rust in it and the red/white/blue (it’s color name is “Dave”) don’t know who Dave is but it will be interesting to see if it stripes or how it looks with those three colors.

Okay – the batteries in my mouse have died and I’ve searched all the battery hiding places to find nothing but dead batteries so I’m going end this since I simply can’t operate with the mouse. LOL  Why couldn’t that have happened earlier this morning BEFORE I ran to the store?