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A mitred square begins with the number of stitches you need for two sides of the square. Each ridge of knitting is shorter than the one before so the ridges turn inwards to form an L-shape and eventually disappear away to a point to complete the square. Different arrangements of light and dark garter ridges could be used to change the overall effect.   The blue lines denote cast-on edges. The red lines show edges where stitches are picked up. Mitred squares cannot be charted in the same way as other designs because you do not knit normal straight rows.

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