Hi everyone

I am so happy that I found this site. At last, men that like to work with textile fibers. Hopefully I will learn how to post photos.
My main work is an prof. visual artist, a painter. Revcently I amd my friend have started an art and craft project in Lebanon. We have a blog: www.beitelfounoun.blogspot.com.
In the knitting world, Ihave just started something called "Kont" knitting. It is an old technique.
And I think it is so fun to think back in history, it was not allowed for women to knit, and the first union for knitters was the : "Stocking knitting union for men"
All the best from TrondE


Welcome to Men Who Knit! I am having a little trouble finding your web site but, your craft project in Lebanon sounds exciting. I too love to think of the history of men knitting. I have a great picture of fishermen knitting cable knit sweaters on the deck of a huge commercial fishing boat. Kinda different from the image we have in our time of knitting being a leisure pastime of women! Again, welcome glad to have you aboard.

TrondE's picture

Hi Kurt
Thank you for your comment. I do hope that I find my way around in this site. Time will show. Sounds great with that photo you have.
My website is: www.tronde.no and the project is: www.beitelfounoun.blogspot.com
All the best from TrondE

crmartin's picture

Welcome to the group. Your artwork is truly beautiful. I'm looking forward to seeing your knitting. I believe "Kont" knitting is what we call "Entrelac" according to the results of a google search.



Asplund's picture

Hej! Vad roligt med en till skandinav!


TrondE's picture

Hei du
Dette er en flott side og et fint tiltak for å fremme menns strikking.
Takk så mye for kommentaren

thanks for the website info. Your watercolors are wonderful. Several of them are absolutely luminescent.

Kerry's picture

Welcome to Men Who Knit.

kiwiknitter's picture

Welcome to MWK! Our Scandinavian members always contribute such beautiful knitting.

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