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That warmth gets his androstenol flowing and soon other women are flocking to him like moths to a flame. All of this is to say that if you’re a knitter wanting to make a sweater for a guy with a sweat issue, take time to choose your yarn wisely. If he is the type of guy who sweats at the mere thought of dinner with your parents, a lightweight cotton may be in order. For a guy who doesn’t overheat too easily, a blend of wool and another fiber that doesn’t trap heat, such as cotton or linen, would be a good choice.
For this extreme situation, keep a knitting journal with all of your notes on every project so you can remake any garment for your guy if he accidentally ruins or loses it. That is, of course, if you’re willing to give him a second chance. HOODED SWEATSHIRT This sweater combines the classic comfort of a simple sweatshirt with a little casual style. It’s knitted up in a soft, thick blend of merino and microfiber, so even if he rolls it into a ball, uses it as a pillow, or shoves it into a drawer without folding it, the sweater will still look good when he wears it.
Don’t make matching outfits for men and their children or pets—ever. Avoid costumes. If it looks like it could have come from a collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, it’s a pass. SKI SWEATER This sweater is the softest and warmest garment in the collection. The baby alpaca will keep your guy comfortable on the slopes or shoveling the driveway without a coat. The sides are slightly tapered as the sweater descends, accentuating the chest and shoulders while minimizing the waist. SKI SWEATER SHOWN IN IMAGES.