I can't believe it's been this long since I've visited. I like what you guys have done to the place. Finally realized that I've been way to busy and it's time to slow down and pick up those needles once again. I wonder if I still remember to turn a heel. Heck, I'm wondering if I remember how to cast on. Anyway, good to be back.
Hello find this Men ´Bathing suit ano 1938 on the net and make me one
so nice to wear. smile
It's been a very long time since I posted to MWK, although I have stopped by occasionally to see what all the guys have been up to. However, I see others are not posting either! I have a story to tell you about repurposing some yarn.
Shows how long it's been since I logged on. Heck, I had to change my location though it's been 2+ years since we moved. The site looks very different, but I still see the old faces that I love. I hope you've all been well in my absence and thank you Darrel for carrying this site onwards and upwards.
I think knitting is a terrific way to relax. Would love to find other guys in the Southeast Michigan (Detroit, Ann Arbor) area who would like to get together and knit. It would be great to have some good conversation partners while working on projects. Hope guys will message me if you are in my area and interested!
Not been here for a long ole time.
I firstly apologise I have been head deep in designing contracts and not been surfing the knitting sites as much as I did.
Since I been gone, I have written 2 new book and wanted to share them with you all.
Nice to be back - Happy Knitting Guys!!
Hi. I am in Long Beach, CA. Looking for other guys in the area (LA/OC) who are interested in meeting up to knit together. If interested please send me a message. Thanks.
Yesterday, I was sorting through old knitting patterns and etc and I found some articles from "Menknit - the world's first 'zine for men who knit". The last issue I have is dated 2006. I suppose I had forgotten all about them over the years as I've moved away from spending so much time at the computer. I did try their web address (www.menknit.net) but it only comes up as a resource page.
So, does anyone know what's become of this e-zine or the man who created it?
This is my Purple Dollie
I just finished this garment this week and thought I'd share it. It is called 'Dakota Dreams' from the book "Fearless Fair Isle Knitting". As you can see from the design, it really isn't a Fair Isle pattern but rather it is a modern design done in stranded knitting. There are two offerings of the garment: this colourway for men and a softer one in blues for women.