Left Front Work same as right front, reversing all shaping

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.

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.

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

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