Sweet and kitschy. Can it get any better than that?
Basically, it's a two round granny square with a partial third round of two triple crochet shells.
The sample was made with Caron One Pound in peach, uses about 12 yds, and measures 4"/10cm from side to side and 3.5"/9cm from top to bottom.
Hook that gives you a fabric you like. The sample was made with a US H-8/5mm hook.
Yarn needle for weaving in ends
In the chart, if it's an open circle, it's a chain, if it's a solid circle, it's a slip stitch, and if it's a T with a single diagonal cross bar in the middle, it's a USdc/UKtrc, and if it's a T with two diagonal cross bars in the middle, it's a UStrc/UKdtrc.
US crochet terms are used.
Chain 4, join with a slip stitch in first chain to form circle.
Round 1. Chain 3 (counts as first dc), 2 dc in circle, *chain 2, 3 dc in circle, repeat from * twice more, chain 2, join with slip stitch in top of starting ch-3. (This gives you four 3-dc shells, separated by ch-2 spaces)
Round 2. Slip stitch to next ch-2 space, chain 3 (counts as first dc), 2dc in same space, ch 2, 3 dc in same space, *ch 1, 3 dc in next space, ch 2, 3 dc in same space, repeat from * twice more, ch 1, join with a slip stitch in top of starting ch-3. (This gives you 8 3-dc shells in a more-or-less square shape. There are ch-2 spaces in the corners, and ch-1 spaces in the middle of the sides.)
Round 3. Slip stitch to next ch-2 space (this is one of the corners), *ch 1, 12 trc in next ch-1 space, slip stitch in next ch-2 space, repeat from * once more. (Basically, you are making two 12-triple-crochet shells on two of the sides. And yes, you're allowed to think I'm insane after the 8th trc. It's a tight fit, but keep going.)
Break yarn, weave in ends.