Learn How to Create Plaid or Argyle Crochet Projects with Color Pooling


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Learn How to Create Plaid or Argyle Crochet Projects with Color Pooling

Credit to: crochet.diyeverywhere.com

Credit to: crochet.diyeverywhere.com

“Planned color pooling is a method of stitching certain variegated yarns to result in an argyle or plaid-like effect. This technique is perfect for pretty scarves with lots of detail — no color changes needed!”
Do you want to create gorgeous scarves or blankets that look like they have a plaid or argyle pattern? It’s really easy when you use this color pooling technique to achieve those lovely results. All you need is some variegated yarn with color changes every ten to twelve inches and the appropriate size crochet hook for your yarn of choice. Click on the link below to check out this easy tutorial video from crochet.diyeverywhere.com.

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