So who has submitted stuff for the E-zine?

MMario's picture

C'mon guys ! Let's flood Darrell with enough stuff that he has *MORE* then needed for the first installment.

book reviews? Yarn reviews? Pattern critiques? Patterns?

Favorite knitter's gadget?

KIP stories?

Knitting on the road stories ?

Submission deadline I believe is next monday.

See the sticky on the home page regarding the e-zine for directions.

Anyone in touch with Mike in Tampa? I'd be willing to bet he has a ton of stuff that would be appropriate.....

MMario's picture

meanwhile - I've been

meanwhile - I've been thinking. (Danger! Danger! - but hey, I was donated a brain cell yesterday)

Have you SEEN a posting here that you would like to see elaborated on, or that you think might make a good article for the e-zine? Why not drop the author a PM and encourage them to submit? TOO man submissions can give a head start on the next issue.

Let's not have this idea be stillborn! It has the potential to do a LOT towards encouraging men knitting - as well as knitting in general.

Darrel's picture

We really do need more

We really do need more content! There are some great suggestions in this post. Book reviews rock. Interview one another! Got a BFF on MWK? Write a little article about how your experience making friends on the site. A top 10 list of music to knit by...

I know you're creative... :D

kylewilliam's picture

I'm planning on submitting

I'm planning on submitting an article/report on the men's knitting competition at the L.A. County Fair... but it happens on Sunday (and that's also the due date for articles so I'll be cutting it close)


Darrel's picture

Extension granted! :)

Extension granted! :)

MMario's picture

pssssxsttttt! Sunday is the


Sunday is the SEVENTH! You have a whole 24 hours.

MMario - I'm not divorced from reality - we're having a trial separation

KnitsWithBalls's picture

I dropped off a sock pattern

I dropped off a sock pattern ;-)

Born Gay...FABULOUS by choice...

YugiDean's picture

I'm doing a little write-up

I'm doing a little write-up on how to make sure that your yarn projects (and your life) don't become YSPs. LOL