This was another interesting one to crochet. The starting point for this block was the top righthand corner rather than in the centre, as is customary for traditional granny squares. It is not glaringly obvious, but there is a cross is in the top righthand corner and the pattern radiates out from there. Once the cross was formed, the square had to be turned over and worked on the reverse side every alternate round.
It did not take me long at all to complete this pattern since just the treble stitch and some chain stitches were used.
Degree of difficulty: Easy
Time taken: 1 hour
Result: Not awethum (according to Aimee).