Come on over and see what’s Trending in Crochet on The Purple Poncho this week… Planned Color Pooling using variegated yarns! Hope you enjoy these features.
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Trending on the blog this week are beautiful crochet designs made with planned color pooling. Learn to make an argyle design or a color stacking design using variegated yarn and a simple stitch. The Moss Stitch is the most common, but you can also use other stitches to create the effect as well.
These designers have created the designs using specific stitch counts with a specific yarn. It’s really a technique you need to learn as well as studying the yarn and how the colors change in the sequence. Once you get the hang of it, it is very addicting and it’s super fun to watch the magic happen as you crochet along. The yarn really does make it look harder than it is. You may have to tighten or loosen you tension to keep it working. I hope you’ll give it a try and are inspired to get your hooks out.
I’m sure you’ll find something you’ll want to make here. I hope you will link up your finished projects to The Linky Ladies Party once you’re done, we’d love to see it!
Free Pattern links:
Note: at the time of this post, all designs were free.
Color Pooling While Working in the Round by Elk Studio – Made with Red Heart Gumdrop in Rock Candy.
Planned Pooling Argyle Cowl by Marly Bird for Red Heart Yarns – Made with Red Heart With Love in Lavender Ivy and Violet.
Planned Pooling Argyle Table Runner by Marly Bird for Red Heart Yarns – Made with Red Heart With Love in Fruit Punch, Mango, Iced Aqua, Holly Berry.
Planned Color Pooling Argyle Super Scarf by The Purple Poncho – Made with Caron Jumbo in Rosewood.
Crochet Planned Pooling by Naztazia – Made with the Red Heart With Love in Lemon Drop.
Pooling Party Slouch Hat by Melody’s Makings – Made with Spud & Cloe Fine and Stripey.
Planned Pooling Argyle Throw by Marly Bird for Red Heart Yarns – Made with Super Saver in Flamingo, With Love in Delightful and Pewter.
Planned Color Pooling with Long Color Changes by My Hobby Is Crochet – Made with Ice Yarns in Gumball.
Planned Color Pooling Magic by Sewrella – Made with Lion Brand Color Waves in Playground.
One for your Pinterest Board:
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