It’s the 75th!

I’m going to Malaysia for work! I just checked the weather there and it says it’s suppose to be in the 90s and thunderstorms all week. I think I’m okay with this. The weather here is okay; it hasn’t been too bad lately. Spring is a bit in the air, but still lacking. However, I’m not sure I’m ready to just dive into 90 degree weather. Also, all my summer clothes are packed away, so I’ll have to dig some stuff out.

Anyway, I found this setting on my camera that’s actually for taking pictures of food, but it works really great on taking pictures of my crochet squares! It’s good on the colors of the squares. Check out these lovely squares:

73. Catherine Wheel: In the book, this was a dark square (looks a bit goth, actually- reference to St. Catherine?), so I decided to have some brown in there to make it darker. I like how the outside has this grid shape.
catherine wheel

74. Seville: I think this is in reference to the Giralda in Seville, Spain. I’ve always wanted to visit! Spain is probably my #1 country that I want to visit. Moving on, this square has the grid thing again on the edges, and overall is a very lacy pattern, which I really love!
seville
75. Half & Half: If this wasn’t easy, then I don’t know what it. Also, starting with this square, the some squares that follow (shown in a later post- soon hopefully) all seem to be a bit rectangular. I don’t think I’m doing anything differently. Anyway, here’s one of my favorite color combinations! The food feature was really useful here, but without it the purple was coming out as blue, but now it’s clearly purple. 😀
half and half
Happy Sunday, Everyone! Hope there’s lots of yarn in your future!

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2 responses to “It’s the 75th!

  1. If it’s any consolation some of the ‘squares’ are not square. Some are rectangular and some just quadrilaterals. I found when I joined them together that the surrounding squares pulled the rectangular ones more into a square shape.

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