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Planned Color Pooling

Planned Color Pooling
Planned Color Pooling

"Planned color pooling in crochet is a fascinating phenomenon! Working with variegated yarn has never been so much fun! You can obtain wonderful argyle designs without having to change colors; it only takes a bit of planning and tension control of your stitches! Make a scarf, a cowl or even large projects such as blankets! Be aware! It's addictive! :) For the yarns with long color changes, you will need taller stitches, such as hdc or dc or you can even use groups of stitches, for example the shell stitch, the star stitch, etc. For my tutorial I have experimented with the Half Double Crochet worked in the 3rd. loop at the front. This makes a pretty knit like crochet ribbing. Enjoy!"

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