Left Front Work same as right front, reversing all shaping


#1

Am working on a baby cardigan - https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=DANDELION+sTRIPED+bABY+cardigan&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=2TyHNTdQ0XC5KM%3A%2Cyl6zhNQb6dhFGM%2C_&usg=AI4_-kTkMg96WlPdOKfFI9fRkURYKdvCKg&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiRv_LxtfLeAhVS_qQKHdLxBHgQ9QEwAXoECAYQBA#imgrc=2TyHNTdQ0XC5KM: Am about to begin the left front. the instruction says “Left Front
Work same as right front, reversing all shaping” . Can I please have a guide on this?

Thanks.


#2

Very cute little cardi.
For this sweater do the initial armhole bind off at the beginning of a RS row. Do the following armhole shaping a the beg of RS rows. Work the neck shaping at the end of the RS rows, 4sts from the end. Since a ssk is used for both of these decreases on the right front, use a k2tog on the left front.
It may help to use a marker to remind yourself which end is the armhole, just to avoid confusion. You can also keep the right front close by to make sure that the shaping looks correct.


#3

Hi Salmonmac,

Thank you very much for your guidance and support. I followed your guidance it was a great help.
Thank you once again for your support,
Regards,
Laidek