Here's a picture of my latest. I've been making versions of this sock, on and off, for the past three years. For the past 6 or 7 months, it's been mainly "on". I couldn't really tell you how many times I've knit this sock. But I'm feeling that this time may really be The One that I've been looking for.
a calendar of Pin Up men wearing knitted garments with patterns available.
The first one is a "tank top".
"Men In Knitwear Calendar Club is a brand new concept from Stitch Seekers.
A calendar of, well... men in knitwear, but wait, there's more!
Ny great niece again - in another of the baby jackets I made her.
Just got back from my FIRST men's knitting retreat. It was one of the best functions I've been with. Such a group of creative and caring men! And the food was to dye for! I ate WAY too much. Also bought more yarn than I needed so lots of projects to do. I plan on attending more!
I am knitting a gauge swatch for the Sporty Pullover sweater found in the
Knitting Man(ual) by Kristen Spurkland. The gauge is 21 sts and 27 rows=4" in
main pattern, 17 sts and 25 rows = 4" in St st.
the main pattern is : k4 (sl1 pwise, k1, YO, psso the k1 and YO, k3) to last st, k1.
My new great niece in one of the outfits I knit for her birth...
Are there any MWK members in Spokane, Washington? I will be in there from 1-14 November and would love to meet up with any men knitters who just might live there. I know it's a long shot but I understand Spokane has grown and matured considerably so my fingers are crossed for some male knitting company.
Howdy, don't know if there are any other "Viners" out there but I just wanted to share this bit of silliness with y'all. :)