Archive - Dec 2007

December 2nd

PaganCub's picture

Knitting the Runes

Anyone know how to cable-knit the elder futhark runes??
i know someone has them in a book, viking knits or something like that.
i just dont know if i actually wanna buy the book yet.

Marc's picture

I finally finished it!

I recently bought Ann Budd's The Knitter's Handy Book of Sweater Patterns, but I promised myself that I wouldn't start a new sweater until I finished up one of my projects.

Tonight, I finally finished my "Cabled Vest" using a pattern from Plymouth Yarn. The vest is made from Baby Alpaca Grande and is luxuriously soft!

Asbjörn's picture

Here's to You Men Who Knit!

I’m about as new to Men Who Knit as I am to knitting itself. I have to say so far I am enjoying both very much.

spinwithvin's picture

Mor men should spin

My wife and I own a Yarn store Rumpelstiltskin Yarns. Located in sayville ny. iI have been spinning for 2 years
and I find it relaxing and fun. If you are in the area hope you stop by

December 1st

purlyman's picture

Esquire Magazine - Men Should Knit

From Esquire; Nov2005, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p74.

Section: MAN AT HIS BEST
THE INDEFENSIBLE POSITION

Wonartist66's picture

Luna Moth Shawl started!

I just start working on my "Luna Moth Shawl" patttern from Elann.com(It 's Free pattern).

kiwiknitter's picture

Michael Pearson's Traditional Knitting - Book

"Michael Pearsons’s Traditional Knitting – Aran, Fair Isle and fisher ganseys" by Michael Pearson; 1984,1985; soft cover; 205 pages.

jedwards's picture

i found some vintage knitting books

i found some vintage books go to http://www.antiquepatternlibrary.org/completelist.htm.........they are all in pdf files