T-Shops – interactive workshops and guided web tutorials by Teabreak Knitter.
This page lists workshops run by Teabreak Knitter. The first group lists workshops that are still offered, and the second group lists workshops that no longer run in the form they were delivered. If you have already attended a workshop, you can get to the workshop materials (handouts, links and web pages) through the listing for that workshop – they might have been updated since the workshop you attended.
Workshops currently offered by Teabreak Knitter
Introduction to stranded colour work tutorial
Introduction to stranded knitting tutorial Learn the basics of stranded colour work in this stranded knitting tutorial. You will learn how to knit with two colours and to follow colour charts. Armholes and V-necks will be easy after you learn how to cut a steek. So, if you want to learn at your own pace, this is the tutorial for you. In addition, the companion "Introduction to stranded knitting workshop" covers the same material in a series of online meetings. You might want to take that workshop if you would like feedback on your progress, for example. Contents of this ...
Previous workshops run by Teabreak Knitter
Past workshops that will not be repeated are listed here so that you can still see the workshop handouts and web pages.
Delivering a workshop by video conferencing -pilot
This workshop is designed for experienced trainers who want to use video conferencing as a tool for delivering workshops. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to: identify how delivering a workshop online may differ from delivering it face to face, plan the structure of their online workshop, identify how they will use their cameras and video conferencing software, and plan what supporting materials and props they will need. This is an online interactive workshop with an interactive group teleconferencing sessions (using Zoom) supported by a downloadable handout. This workshop is free ...
Running an interactive workshop
This interactive workshop is designed for experienced demonstrators and trainers who want to use video conferencing as a tool for delivering workshops. By the end of the interactive workshop, you will have learned these skills: Identify how delivering a workshop online may differ from delivering it face to face.Plan the structure of your online workshop.Identify how they you use your cameras and video conferencing software.Plan what supporting materials and props you will need. This is an online interactive workshop with an interactive group teleconferencing session (using Zoom). This workshop is free ...