Frequent question: How do you reduce corner to corner stitch?

Can a C2C be a rectangle?

When you work the traditional c2c pattern, you increase equally along both sides to the widest point, then start to decrease equally. This creates a square piece of fabric. However, there are many reasons you may wish to create a rectangular shape instead.

Is a C2C blanket always Square?

You Don’t Have to Be Square!

Squares are great an all, but so are rectangles, especially when we’re talking blankets. Here’s how to make rectangles: Crochet your corner-to-corner square until one straight side is the same length that you want the shorter side of your rectangle to be.

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