Color Pooling Variegated Yarn

Variegated Yarn often comes in cone, spool or ball form and it's great to use it right off the cone, but it's even better if you can match the colors back up again. The effect of color pooling results in blocks of warp (or the whole thing) that graduate from one color to another instead of having the colors mixed all about.


In this video, weaver Bonnie Tarses shows us how to do that.


Being a lazy (and cheap) weaver, when I use a variegated yarn, I find the length of the dye repeat nearest to the warp-length I need, then simply make my warp THAT length. Saves a lot of waste of material and time.
Treadle with Joy, Kati

Published on October 20th, 2017 - 06:49 AM, from northeast ichigan

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