Planned Color Pooling
with Kim Sorensen
- 10+ Video lessons in HD
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- 30-day access to instructor
- Over 10 hours of in-depth instructions
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What you will learn:
Intro - About Kim, The First “Big” Piece
What color pooling is and what it is not
How to find yarns that will pool
What patterns there are in Pooling (not just argyle)
Crochet Terms & Die Lots
Stitch comparisons (Loose stitch, tight stitch, etc.)
Basic Stitches (Chain, solid color, tight stitches, moss, half crochet…)
How to start your planned pooling
How to move stitches and get it to work
Planned Pooling Calculator
Different stitches and what they look like (single crochet, shell, difficult colors, very long color repeats, zig-zag)
How to start where you want it to start in a color
What to make with what you’ve done
How to do mits
About the course
Learn quick and easy ways to use variegated yarns to create beautiful and unique patterns in your finished crochet and knitted pieces. In this course you will learn What is color pooling, How to find yarns that will pool easily, What patterns can be made with pooling, Skills needed to work this technique, Crochet terms, ball band information, Stitch comparisons, Graphing, Using the planned pooling calculator, Starting with a stitch count, The “formula”, The visual method, Difficult colors, Zig-zags and stripes …and much more!
Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Planned Color Pooling
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced.
People looking for a new hobby, Artists, Creative folks and Fiber Artists
Learn quick and easy ways to use variegated yarns to create beautiful and unique patterns.
About the instructor
Kim has loved the fiber arts since she was very young. She grew up watching her mother and grandmothers sewing, crocheting, tatting, quilting and doing embroidery. She learned to crochet at age 6 and to knit at age 10. She loves spinning and weaving and also enjoys wet and needle felting and still crochets up a storm. She loves learning new things and is always taking a new class or trying a new technique. She lives in American Fork with her husband, two fur babies and a herd of spinning wheels, looms, hooks and needles.