Archive - 2010 - Forum topic

September 7th

Spicemanknit's picture

Help with projects in sizes 2T and 3T

I want to knit my partner's grandchildren some sweaters this Christmas. I have look everywhere for patterns for 2T and 5T and all I can find is sizes in 2,4, 6.

September 3rd

mrhugzzz's picture

Finished ...

Hi everybody ... finished blocking the shrug and sewing it up. While Lori was modeling it we came up with the name Angel for it. Here it is on her.

August 23rd

mrhugzzz's picture

Aran Shrug ...

As many of you know I love cables. I wrote an ebook a while back about multi-strand braids (any number from 4 - ????) and put it up on my blog.

August 18th

Spicemanknit's picture

New to site

I have been new to menwhoknit for about two weeks. I have been a knitter since about age 15 (> 30 years) when I had a wonderful art teacher who taught me how to knit.

August 13th

michaelpthompson's picture

How to add a hole?

Seems strange I want to add a hole to my knitting, when I first started, I had way too many. However, this is a different sort of hole.

July 27th

2manyhobbies's picture

Knitting on International flights?

I have a vacation coming up where I'll be 12 hours on an international flight (Egypt Air), and I'm wondering if I can bring my knitting? Does anyone have any information or experiences?

July 26th

Beginner Knitting Project Help (Debbie Bliss Book)

I got How to Knit by Debbie Bliss after reading someone who suggested it on the website. The first project is a garter-stich bag, and I have two questions.

WonderMike's picture

XRX Scholarship To Attend Men's Fall Knitting Retreat 2010

Hello Gentlemen,

July 17th

michaelpthompson's picture

Do any of you know Aaron Lewis?

I ran across this brilliant site the other day while cruising the 'net. I suppose nobody remembers now, but my first question when I joined MWK was about ganseys, and they still fascinate me.

July 15th

michaelpthompson's picture

ADVICE: Blocking acrylic?

OK, so I made this scarf of Red Heart Super Saver, all stockinette stitch, and it rolls up on itself something fierce.