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I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots. (Look in comments for the Yemenite picture)

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Edit: The photos are from Ben's Tallit Shop.

I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots. (Look in comments for the Yemenite picture)

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I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots. (Look in comments for the Yemenite picture)

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Edit: The photos are from Ben's Tallit Shop.

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I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots. (Look in comments for the Yemenite picture)

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I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots.

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I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots. (Look in comments for the Yemenite picture)

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I would like to ask the source forrecently saw a tzitzis tying method the pictures bellow inI had never seen before (commonly used by Breslav Chassidim)- apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman mentioned or inventedsome other Breslover rabbi invent it?

Here'sIt appears to be some picturessort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I am talking about:have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots.

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I would like to ask the source for tzitzis tying method the pictures bellow in (commonly used by Breslav Chassidim). Did Rabbi Nachman mentioned or invented it?

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I recently saw a tzitzis tying method I had never seen before - apparently, according to Ben's Tallit Shop, this method is one of the various methods of Breslov tzitzis tying. I understand Breslov generally uses the Arizal/Chabad method for their tzitzis, but where did this method come from? Did Rabbi Nachman or some other Breslover rabbi invent it? It appears to be some sort of combination between Rambam and Arizal tzitzis. (Notice the chulyos with the inclusion of the 5 knots, as well as the half-string techeiles.) Could someone offer an explanation or source on where this method came from? I have included some pictures for easy access. The first 2 are Breslov (one with techeiles the other not) and the 3rd one is one of the Yemenite methods, which is very similar, minus the 5 knots.

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