No need to explain further. The victor and victim theme ensues.
Need pattern? Go here http://web.archive.org/web/20051025041636/http://www.menknit.net/mag/MK1.pdf .
The Lover Tank by Sarah Briscoe
Wow! Great work and really sexy!!
Thanks Ron. This has become my summer go to, and I want to make many more...gets looks whenever I wear it,
Every person I encounter teaches me more about myself. Without whom not.
There's a problem with that wife beater...no...not your knitting...my body!
Quite interesting. Still, it would make strange tan lines on a sunbather. Nice knitting,though.
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Looks good, reminds me of the Scandanavian string singlets that were popular in the 60s!
It's that Viking thing going on in my ancient roots, again. Skoal!
Once again, you should model your work!!!! Whew~~~!
did you design it? Where get the pattern? I agree modeling it would been great!
No, I did not design it. Sarah Briscoe designed it a few years ago, 2005 if memory serves me. She called it Lover Tank, available online for free in a publication entitled MenKnit. I may do so, when I finish cutting the winter fat..gym time gets in the way of kniting time...LOL
Nice dude! I have thought for years to write a pattern for a knitted cord top garter stitch "wife-beater" that was once in "International Male". Yours is prettier. Kudos!
Do it. The world needs more shameless re-iteration of the sublime. That catalogue helped shape my thinking about what I liked most about muscles and hair. All of it.