Under The Sea: Motif Development

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I have found seven crochet square motifs that I liked the best, feeling that they most represented the sea or ocean; also taking into consideration which look better with color striping and when blended with other squares might conceal the seaming lines better.

  • Square 1: reflects the ideal size square motif
  • Square 2: the peach pink acts as the white that is present in all other square images. sorry, this was the first one done and because of the detail, I was getting tired of making squares, wanting to move forward
  • Square 4: the obviously thicker white border is because the last white row is too thin to stand alone. The existing white border can be reduced by half or one-third.
  • Square 5: could be increased another repeat or two; I was getting tired of making squares, wanting to move forward
  • Square 6: this is a smaller square motif
  • Square 7: could be increased another repeat or two; I was getting tired of making squares, wanting to move forward

As you can see the reds change color usually lighter to darker.

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