Sometimes it's difficult to find resources and information designed specifically for men who knit, even though the ranks of male knitters are growing all the time.
Here's a quick look at some of the best websites, blogs and historical information related to men and knitting.
A delight for both male and female knitters, Kaffe Fassett Studio features news, a calendar of events he will attend, and more about this knitting legend.
Men Who Knit is a community of male knitters who share their projects and passions with the world. Here you'll also find polls, forums, a gallery and a link to a Cafe Press shop full of merchandise for men who knit.
Franklin is a Chicago knitter who seems to always be up to something fun. His work is beautiful, his posts are funny, and just wait until you meet Dolores.
The Boy Who Knits is another great blog from Houston, Texas, knitter Kenny. It includes lots of photographs of projects in progress and tips on how to knit successfully.
While not exclusively about knitting, there's always a "Current Knitting" section of blog entries, as well as tips and information to help you make the most of your knitting.
Knit Like a man is the website and blog of Toronto knitter David Demchuk, who also writes about the manly art of knitting for the online knitting magazine Knitty. The blog often strays from knitting topics, but it's a fun read.
Speaking of Knitty, back in 2005 the magazine had an article on the 10 most influential male knitters throughout history. From Edward VIII to Kaffe Fasset, these men have shaped the knitting world as we know it for knitters of all genders.
The Men Who Knit Yahoo group is a very active place, where knitters of all skill levels get together to talk about knitting, learn from each other and discuss the joys and frustrations of being men who knit.