I recently moved, and upon changing my address, the lovely USPS site amassed a barrage of magazines that I may want to subscribe to. Although I wasn't interested in most of them (ok, ANY of them), it got me thinking... what about knitting magazines?
Although I have an ineffable amount of free material at my fingertips, the novelty of having a lovely little knitting magazine delivered to my new flat makes me feel warm fuzzies. HOWEVER, although I love to look through Vogue, Knit Simple, Debbie Bliss, and all those other magazines in the book store, I can't see myself subscribing to any of them. They simply do not feature enough "guy" patterns.
Sure, you can alter a sweater, or change the gauge on a scarf, or make a thousand other modifications to a pattern to make it the most amazing guy pattern ever (cue BrooklynTweed), I don't really want to pay for a magazine full of shrugs, shawls, skirts, and dresses (although I'm sure that they're tremendously fun to knit).
Does such a magazine exist? Is there some mythical 'zine out there that caters to haberdashery, or at least finds a decent sized home for patterns pertaining to the men-folk?
What do you guys think? Would you subscribe to a magazine, which one(s), and why or why not?