Welcome to the Teabreak Knitter website that supports the knitting community. The site changes, so you can see the latest additions to the site below. Click on the heading for a topic to get more detailed information.
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Teabreak Knitter publishes podcasts on YouTube. That said, it can be hard to remember what you saw in a video, so look at the T-breaks section of this site for more detailed “show notes”.
This is the fifth and final podcast in a series about how I knit the ...Read More
This is the fourth podcast in a series that shows how I am knitting the ...Read More
Audio only version: Links to items mentioned in the podcast Transcript The headings in this ...Read More
Audio only version: This my second podcast (more strictly a vlog) in a series in ...Read More
T-reference is a collection of articles to help you build your knitting skills. Use T-reference if you want to learn a new technique, or how to plan a project.
You can search the T-reference page to find a topic. However, you can get a flavour of what is on offer by looking at one of the latest posts shown here.
Also known as: wrong side, inside, back. The side of knitted fabric that is not intended to be seen. Some ...Read More
Also known as: right side, outside, front. The side of knitted fabric that is intended to be seen. Some fabrics ...Read More
Also known as: three-needle bind-off ...Read More
T-torials are bite-sized hints and tips on knitting techniques prepared by Teabreak Knitter. They have a transcript of the video and links to other useful resources on the topic.
Updated May 2020 Chart are often used to provide instructions on how to create intarsia ...Read More
Vertical stripe rib is a form of stranded knitting. It is often used for the ...Read More
A steek is an area of knitted fabric that is designed to be cut. This ...Read More
Steeks are used when knitting in the round to allow arm holes, cardigan openings and ...Read More