T-breaks

T-breaks are podcasts by Teabreak Knitter. The videos are published on YouTube, and the show notes are listed below when they become available. The show notes link to audio podcasts of the sound track from the videos.. RSS feed

Teabreak Knitter wearing his Nahanni River vest.

Finishing the Nahanni River (P202002)

This is the fifth and final podcast in a series about how I knit the Nahanni River vest designed by Betts Lampers and published by Simply Shetland. In it I show how I knit backwards for the short rows, how I reinforced and cut the steeks and how I picked ...
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Front of Nahanni River project showing neck steek.

Up to the armholes in the Nahanni River (P202001)

This is the fourth podcast in a series that shows how I am knitting the Nahanni River sleeveless pullover, and describes techniques used in knitting the Nahanni River project: casting on for a steek, decreasing in colour work, and using symmetry to spot mistakes. It shows progress at the end ...
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Cartridge rib and start of pattern for the Nahanni River vest.

Starting to knit the Nahanni river (P201903)

Audio only version: Links to items mentioned in the podcast Transcript The headings in this transcript link to the point in the podcast where that topic starts. This transcript has been edited to correct errors and to clarify phrasing. Introduction I'm Steve, also known as Teabreak Knitter on social media ...
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Back of the gauge swatch for Nahanni River

Casting on the Nahanni River (P201902)

Audio only version: This my second podcast (more strictly a vlog) in a series in which I explain how I prepared to knit the Nahanni River Fair Isle pattern (designed by Betts Lampers and published by Simply Shetland) (the series is in a playlist in YouTube). In this episode I ...
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Ruler held against the first four rows of the swatch

Project planning – the Nahanni River (P201901)

Audio only version: This my first podcast (more strictly a vlog). In it, I explain how I prepared to knit the Nahanni River Fair Isle pattern (designed by Betts Lampers and published by Simply Shetland). I look at how I read the pattern to find out about the yarn, tools ...
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