What does pooling mean in crochet?
Planned pooling is a technique where you intentionally work the colors of a multi-colored skein of yarn to make a specific design or color effect when you crochet.
What does pooling yarn mean?
The term “pooling” is used when the colors of a semi-solid, speckled or variegatedyarn all come together in the same place in a knitted fabric. It is easier to illustrate this concept in a picture with a variegated yarn: Here is a perfect example of “pooling”.
What is planned pooling yarn?
Planned pooling is a technique where you intentionally work the colors of variegated yarn making a design or color effect while working your project. Planned pooling has taken some work to figure out the ‘math’ of the yarn to get it to work the way that you want.
How do you stop yarn pooling?
To avoid pooling, simply alternate two skeins of yarn every row or even every two rows. If you’re working in the round, do the same, and follow this for tips on how to carry the yarn up the inside of the piece as you work.
What is red heart pooling yarn?
Description. Planned pooling made easy with new super saver pooling! These multi-color shades have been engineered so that color repeats are evenly dyed for happier pooling. Of course, you can use these pretty colors for any of your regular knit and crochet projects as well. Weight: Medium (4)
What is color pooling crochet?
Color pooling, which is also called yarn pooling, is a specific technique for working with variegated yarns to create specific color-based designs in your work. The technique requires the use of variegated yarn that has a repeating sequence.
What is Super Saver pooling yarn?
Product Description. Planned pooling made easy with new Super Saver Pooling! These multi-color shades have been engineered so that color repeats are evenly dyed for happier pooling. Of course, you can use these pretty colors for any of your regular knit and crochet projects as well.