I’m working on a toddler cardigan and I’m about halfway done. It’s my first project. Now I’m on the right front side and the instruction reads:
LEFT FRONT Transfer sts for Left Front from holder to needle. Join yarn and work as for Right Front, reversing shaping and omitting buttonholes.
I’m kind of confused by the reverse shaping. I understand what the concept means, but I’m not sure how to apply it.
Here’s the instruction for the Right Front that I would be reverse shaping:
Next Row (Buttonhole Row): Sl 1, k 2, yarn over, k2 together, k to end of row. Work even for 9 rows, then repeat Buttonhole Row. Work one WS row.
Neck Shaping Next Row (RS): Bind off 13 (16, 17, 19) sts, k to end of row. Work even for 2 rows. Bind off. BACK Transfer sts for Back from holder to needle. Join yarn and work even until Back measures 9½ (10, 11, 12) in. [24 (25.5, 28, 30.5) cm] from beg. Bind off.
What is it I should reverse, and exactly how? Also, when reversing, do I turn every WS into a RS?
Thanks so much if anyone can help!