Stumped in Ann Arbor

I’m ready to begin the second half of a side-to-side knit poncho. The pattern has a simple 10-row, 10-stitch cable pattern (P1 C4F on right side and C4B on the left side, P1) on a stockinette field. There is a bind-off neck opening, and then directions are to continue in pattern of the first side. There is a “note” that says “Remember to CTB on this side.”

I’ve Googled and Googled, and cannot find any knitting reference to CTB.

Any help will be very much appreciated!

Welcome to the forum!
It may be particular to your pattern or it may be a misprint. Check for a definition of stitches at the very beginning of the pattern and at the end.
Can you tell us the name of the pattern or give us a pattern link?

The name of the pattern is Coffee Run, a pattern I purchased on Ravelry through dragonladyknits.com.

There is only a short list of abbreviations, and CTB is not one of them. I also notice that the cable pattern on the pattern photo is not the same as the directions produce, so maybe the CTB is a typo, as you suggested.

Thanks for your suggestions!

Wow, lovely!.

You could try contacting the designer through Ravelry. I’m stumped too.

i know im a bit late but for anyone else whos intrested https://www.craftsy.com/knitting/article/knitting-cables/ has a explination