Update: Feb 3rd, 2009

being a man, i’ve discovered that there’s not enough yarn out there made by men, for men.  now that’s not to say that women and children can’t enjoy the stuff i make too – they’re more than welcome to explore their manly side and enjoy what i’ve assembled (manly way of saying “spinning yarn”) here.

the majority of the yarns that i post here will be mixed fibers, but mostly merino from animal friendly farms.  real men are friendly to animals.

also, i’m from canada too eh?  that means that this stuff is super rare because first of all – there’s not a lot of male spinners and second, there’s even fewer of us in canada.

  1. theresa durning
    Nov 10th, 2008 at 08:06
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    you could keep the word “yarn” but, beef it up like……Yarr!n – you know something manly and pirate-like…… y’aarhn

  2. Violet
    Nov 22nd, 2008 at 12:24
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    Dear Captain,

    Are you straight? Because I think I want you.

    Miss Violet

  3. mmat
    Nov 22nd, 2008 at 16:43
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    yes i am! and thanks!

  4. Traci
    Dec 10th, 2008 at 01:03
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    Good to see someone trying to break the fiber ceiling.

  5. mmat
    Dec 11th, 2008 at 08:50
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    i love breaking stuff!

  6. Halford
    Jan 23rd, 2009 at 11:38
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    Ok. So I’m many months behind on reading. This is so far out wonderful. I can’t wait til JTQ is old enough to follow in your manly footsteps.

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