Dream in Color’s Pop-Up Club is back! Every month, we’re getting a special new colorway from Dream in Color, a Tucson-based producer of small batch hand-dyed yarns. There’s a special theme this time: assigned pooling, a clever way of showing off hand-dyed yarns like these. June’s new limited edition colorway is here, better late than never!
What is assigned pooling? As designer Dawn Barker describes on her blog, assigned pooling is a technique where “different stitches are assigned to the color changes within the skein. In other words, knit the background color of the yarn using one stitch and then stop and make a special texture stitch when the accent color occurs.”
June’s special colorway is mostly shades of pink, with a gold streak that pops up regularly as you knit through the skein.
Dream in Color Smooshy Cashmere:
- fingering weight
- 70% superwash merino, 20% cashmere, 10% nylon
- 400 yards/100g
- $34 each
Curious about assigned pooling? Check out these patterns!
- “Float,” by Dawn Barker
- “Mend,” by Dawn Barker
- “Audacious,” by Lesley Anne Robinson
- “Field of Violets,” by Dream in Color Designs
- “Out of Line Cowl,” by Dream in Color Designs
- “Tangerine Twilight,” by Knitique Yarns
Look for Dream in Color Smooshy Cashmere in the fingering weight section here at our shop!