Intentional Pooling

Last night guild member Janelle Martin introduced us to the world of intentional pooling. This is a technique that uses the characteristic of some yarns to have the colours line up (or almost line up) when knitting them. Many of us have had a project (I know I have had several) that after knitting for several inches you get blobs of a colour instead of the colour being spread out. Intentional pooling uses that characteristic, and can give stunning results.

Janelle showed examples from Ravelry users Wenat (Gladys) and Statnerd (Karla). Statnerd does some beautiful argyle work.

Other great examples are from

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