Her pattern is easy to follow and has a good rhythm to it so you can memorize the stitches for the row after the first or two repeats. I made mine in Scheepjes Colour Crafter in Urk with a 4.50 mm hook and it measures just under 9 inches across. (I did not bind off for now in case I wanted to add one more row to make it the same size as other squares.)
Here are a couple of notes I took to make sure my stitches are going in the right places:
Also, I always have to remind myself not to forget the hidden stitch that is sometimes hard to see when there are chain spaces.
I especially loved having the chart to go with the written pattern – thank you Valrie at Agrarian Artisan!
In addition to UK and US terms, the pattern is translated in 9 other languages – Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish, thanks to the wonderful efforts of the CAL – Crochet A Long translation team! You can check all of these translations and the UK and US terms at Valerie’s Ravelry page.