I debated whether I should write this post. It feels just the tiniest bit shady. My natural inclination is to post mostly shiny new yarn finds, pretty knitting projects, accounts of various misguided adventures, and the odd kitten exploit here or there. Anything that veers even slightly into marketing sort of makes me feel fluttery in the tummy. But the truth is, there is a business aspect to this place, and every now and then, business-y stuff comes up. This is one of those times, and I have something some of you may want to know.
I’m starting to run low on physical copies of Rabble Rousers (just about three months after they arrived). When they’re gone…they’re gone. I have no plans to print more.
I only mention this because I often hear from folks who really want a copy of Silk Road Socks and can’t get one (they’re all sold out). I always feel bad when I have to tell people it’s gone (though the e version is, of course, still available). I want to try and avoid that with Rabble Rousers. So if you’ve been thinking of picking it up, you may want to do it sooner rather than later. Just as a reminder, here’s what’s in it!
The projects are all perfect holiday knitting (easy, portable, work with stash yarn, forgiving fit). The book itself is even small enough to tuck in a stocking (maybe with a ball of yarn?) if you’re looking for knitterly gifts without all the pesky knitting. And as always, if you order the physical version from the Rabble Rousers‘ website, you get the electronic version for free automatically.