Stumped in Ann Arbor


#1

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!


#2

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?


#3

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!


#4

Wow, lovely!.

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


#5

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