How do you keep yarn from pooling?

Can you knit with pooling yarn?

Planned pooling, or intentional pooling, is the technique of using the repeating color sequence of your yarn to make geometric patterns in your knitting or crochet. A quick search on Ravelry or Pinterest will show you dozens of eye popping projects using planned pooling.

How do you stop 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 planned pooling?

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.

What does pooling mean in crocheting?

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.

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