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## 1^{st} Round

1.

Chain 4, slip stitch together to form a ring.

2.

Chain 3 (counts as 1^{st} treble)

3.

Working into the ring, make 2 treble and 1 chain.

4.

Working into the ring, make 3 treble and 1 chain.

Repeat the this step twice more.

5.

Slip stitch to the 3^{rd} chain of the first 3 chain.

You have now completed your 1^{st} round but it doesn't look much like a square, does it?

## 2^{nd} Round

Slip stitch into the chain space and turn.

Continue in the opposite direction for this round.

1.

Chain 3 (counts as 1^{st} treble).

In the same place, work 2 treble.

2.

In the next chain space, work 3 treble, 1 chain, 3 treble.

3.

Repeat the last step for the next 2 chain spaces.

4.

In the same place as you worked the 1^{st} 3 chain, work another 3 treble and 1 chain.

5.

Slip stitch to the 3^{rd} chain as you did on the 1^{st} round.

You have completed your 2^{nd} round. It looks like a square now.

## 3^{rd} Round

1.

Slip stitch into the chain space and turn.

Continue in the opposite direction for this round.

2.

Chain 3 (counts as 1^{st} treble) and in the same place, work 2 treble.

3.

In the space between the next 2 groups of 3 trebles, work 3 treble.

4.

In the next chain space, work 3 treble, 1 chain, 3 treble.

5.

Repeat the last 2 steps for the next 2 sides and chain spaces.

In the space between the next 2 groups of 3 trebles, work 3 treble.

6.

In the same place as you worked the 1^{st} 3 chain, work another 3 treble and 1 chain.

Slip stitch to the 3^{rd} chain as you did on the 1^{st} and 2^{nd} rounds.

You have now completed your 3^{rd} round.

Continue working in this way, turn your work after each round, work 3 tr in the space between groups of tr along the side and (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr) in each chsp on the corners.

Each round you work will have one extra space on each side.

You may find it helpful to mark the 1^{st} 3 chain of each row so you don't work past it.

You could also mark the corners to distinguish them from the sides and to remember to work (3tr, 1ch, 3tr) in each of them.

## Why do I turn my work after each row?

**1.** I was taught to do it this way as a child.

**2.** It makes the square reversible, there is no right or wrong side.

**3.** The work turns out straighter. Working the same way all the time
makes the square a little wonky.

Make a square without turning and look at the difference.