Choosing a colour palette

There are lots of colours to choose from in my work so I need to narrow it down. The way I did this was to paint colour chips and see what went together and then I did some yarn wraps in the colours I had chosen.

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Seaweed greens
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Fishing net turquoise
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Fishing net rope turquoise, orange, black

 

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mussel shells, indigo, blue, grey

 

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 crab shell Orange
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Yarn Wraps for colour palette
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Yarn Wraps for colour palette
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Yarn Wraps for colour palette

The colours really popping for me are the seaweed greens, the turquoise/blue/green of the fishing net ropes, the orange of the crab shell, the orange and indigo of the crab shell and leg and the blues, indigos, purples of the mussel shells.

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Seaweed greens, mussel shell blues, fishing net turquoise, crab orange and indigo

 

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seaweed greens
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fishing net rope turquoise
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Mussel shell blues and purples
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crab shell orange
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colour palette

I’m undecided on the mussel shell colours at the moment but will definitely move forward with the green, turquoise and orange. I think the four colours go well together but is 4 colours too many??