So it seems I couldn’t stop with just the hat, I needed some cuffs too.  They’re called Purportedly, they’re out now, and you can them get 10% off with the code SUPPOSED (but read on, because if you want the matching hat, you can do something cooler).

Yup, that lovely netting has me trapped…I couldn’t help but do a bit more.  It really is that perfect mix of easy to do and hideously good looking once it’s done (really, do your best to have new or non-knitters around when you do the magic row…they’ll think you’re a wizard).  I suspect you’ll find it just as habit forming as I did!  The only hard part will be deciding if those increases for the thumb go on the back of your hand (for everyone to see) or on your palm (as a little secret just for you).

I’m using one of ravelry’s nifty features to make them into a set with the hat.  If you just want Purportedly all by itself, you can do that, and get it for 10% off with the code SUPPOSED.  Just put Purportedly in your ravelry cart, click on the ‘use a coupon code’ button, and type in the code SUPPOSED.  You’ll see the change in price reflected right away.

But if you’d rather have Ostensibly and Purportedly both (and really, that’s way more fun), you can get the set for $10.90 (that’s a savings of $3.00 off the price of the individual patterns).  If you want to do that, just put Ostensibly and Purportedly both in your ravelry cart.  The price will be adjusted automatically (you don’t need a code).  And don’t worry, if you’ve already bought Ostensibly, whatever you spent on it will be counted towards the price of the set (as long as you’re logged your ravelry account when you make both purchases).  The SUPPOSED code and the $3.00 discount will work through the end of the day, eastern time, Friday July 6 (after that the code expires and the automatic discount will be smaller).