Crochet Colour Pooling
Crochet Colour Pooling you say?
My friend just had to remind me the other day that I said I wasn’t going to try this colour pooling but then I saw Red Heart Super Saver had some French Country coloured yarn that would work perfect with some of these Nova Scotia Patches I had picked up.
I set out on a mission to learn what all the fuss was about. I found a listing on Ravelry by Marly Bird for a Planned Pooling Argyle Poncho which linked to the video below.
I made my first chain and worked through 1 colour change, I started to work the moss stitch, row after row and was really excited my work was pooling, but as time went on I realized I was still missing something as my pooling was not working up uniform as you can see below.
Crochet Colour Pooling Unplanned Vs. Planned..
It was at this point that I knew I was missing something, I was SO confused, they said it was easy and really it is, just something needed to click.. I had also watched this video by Naztazia.
She talks about how she uses only single crochet to work her colour pooling. I really did NOT want to work just straight single crochet, I don’t have the patience for just single crochet. After working on my unplanned pooling scarf something clicked and I was on a mission to use the moss stitch. I decided to count how many single crochet of each colour in the moss stitch like Naztazia did. Using these numbers I was able to work up a planned pooled scarf using the moss stitch. It really is super easy once it clicks!
Crochet Colour Pooling Yarn..
Crochet Colour Pooling Scarf Pattern..
Here’s my Planned Crochet Colour Pooling scarf..
For this pattern you will need the following..
Hook: US I9/5.50mm
A lot of people have told me they’ve watched everything, but something just isn’t clicking. I put together a photo tutorial of what I did in hopes that it may help some people to figure out how really easy Planned Crochet Colour Pooling can be.
Crochet Colour Pooling More details..
If you’re looking for more help on crochet colour pooling check out these 2 blog posts over at MarlyBird.com