what you can do with them:
You obviously sew them together to make cushions, afghans, scarves, placemats, or whatever you want. You can also continue the same square and make one giant square for a giant single-square afghan or something like that!
how to do it:
Start either by making 4-6 chains and ss in first chain to form a ring, OR use the magic loop method, whichever you prefer.
Round 1: ch5, dc4:
Next, ch2, dc4, ch2, dc4, ch2, dc3,
Then, ss in 3rd ch.
Round 2: ss in the space of the corner (the 2 ch space):
Next, ch5, dc2 in same sp:
Then, dc in each of next dcs:
In next corner space make 2dc, ch2, 2dc:
go around like this until you get to the end of the square:
then make 1dc in the first corner space:
Finally, ss in 3rd ch:
Rounds 3+: repeat round 2 (you should have more dcs along the side of the row with each round you make):
And that’s it! London Mummy did 3 rounds in color and the 4th round in a cream color, then stitched them together (I’m not sure which method she used for that — there are many available).