I have a crochet pattern that I use to make lapghans to donate. It is done on the bias. I increase every row, beg and end of ea row, until I get to the width I want, and then decrease every row, beg and end of ea row, - and end up with a square lapghan. My question is this:
once I get to the width I want, if I continue without decreasing for X number of rows and then start decreasing will I create a rectangle instead of a square. Or is that just too simple and won't work.