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materavis Posted - 07/20/2007 : 08:11:38 AM
My son used to knit. Now he has a girlfriend who knits and decided it isn't cool for him. He started with single point needles, but very quiekly gravitated to machine knitting. Used to design his own ski caps. I think he was attracted by the tools. Maybe it's time to design some male "knitting equipment".
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Noodles Posted - 03/27/2008 : 08:49:13 AM
Hahaha jeorge I thinkmy PVP pipe spinning wheel is pretty manly And have you ever seen a knitting machine! also I used to make knitting needles with clay sports equiptment on the ends. . . those wold well in my middle schoolthough I never cared for them I am to lazy for sports lmfao

newworlddavinci Posted - 07/27/2007 : 11:47:03 AM
Oh! Oh!
I know
A set of DPNs made from the lifting rods of an engine, or a ball winder made like a fishing reel? A yarn basket made from a professional football team helmet?

Well I never said they were good ideas

MijTink Posted - 07/25/2007 : 10:05:38 AM
What kind of equipment did you have in mind? I'm game for anything that has to do with knitting! <G> I switch back & forth from machine to straights, to DPN's, and now circulars. I love to tinker with all tools too and find out how they work. I've repaired & restored several knitting machines to nearly pristine condition: Singers, a Brother, and a Passap. I love to take them completely apart, clean them, and reassemble. When I was a toddler, my Mom had to hide anything that resembled a screwdriver. I would take anything apart... toasters, phones, etc. What fun!

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