Square number 36
Love this square as it can be knit twice. The top photo is the front and the bottom is the back. I would also say that if you are a tight knitter use a 1/2 size bigger needles than stated.
You need to understand the abbreviation k2togtbl - this is knit 2 together through the back of the loop. This video helps but I don't like the way she puts her yarn around her needle - do it your usual way
yfwd - Bring the yarn forward from between stitches and under the needle, then take the yarn over the top of the right-hand needle ready to knit the next stitch.
yrn - same as yfwd but bring your yarn right around the needle ready to purl the next stitch.
p2tog - purl two together
ARAN KNITTING WEIGHT 5mm - cast on 20
DOUBLE KNITTING WEIGHT 4mm- cast on 22
Row 1 - K1,*yfwd,k2togtbl* repeat *-* until last st, k1
Row 2 - p1,*yrn,p2tog* repeat *-* until last st,p1
Repeat rows 1 - 2 until your work measures 4" cast off. I find it best if you are casting off on row 1 to cast off purlwise.