The 10 Secrets to Crochet Perfect Planned Pooling Argyle

The 10 Secrets to Crochet Perfect Planned Pooling Argyle


Instructor:  Marly Bird Description:  Crochet successful Planned Pooling argyle projects with Marly’s magical technique.  This is THE class for anyone who crochets and we are pleased to be able to bring this nationally known instructor to our event! Date/Time: Friday, September 8th     8:30 – 11:30 am  The Harms Center Class Size (min/max):  10/20 Class/Materials Fees:  $48/$0  

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The 10 Secrets to Crochet Perfect Planned Pooling Argyle

Instructor: Marly Bird

8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Friday, September 8     Harms Center

This seemingly magical technique can be tricky but Marly Bird teaches you how to find success with planned pooling by sharing her secrets with you for perfect planned pooling with each project. With her help, you are going to master the art of crochet planned pooling. Class will cover basic how to do planned pooling argyle, but how to understand the process, recognize the placement of colors, and how to adjust tension. Get started on a project in class!

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner.

Must have a strong understanding of basic crochet skills.

Maximum Class Size: 20

Supplies to Bring:

Yarn: Worsted weight, 220 yards/201 meters of variegated yarn. Hooks: size G, H, I, J, K (4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5 mm) Notions: Tapestry needle

Homework to complete BEFORE class: none

Class Fee: $48

Materials Fee:  none


You can tell a lot about Marly Bird just by the hats she wears. She is an avid crocheter and knitter who loves to share her passion with students. Balancing her day as wife, mommy, designer, creative director, teacher and podcast host is a challenge, but Marly wouldn’t change any of it. Original Knit and Crochet Patterns by Colorado-based designer Marly Bird have been published in some of the top books and magazines in the world as well as by some of the top yarn companies in the industry. She also has her own independently published pattern line previously known as Yarn Thing Designs. Website: