What is patt2tog


#1

I am knitting a pattern for a cushion cover.
In the pattern it says following

Rib 12, patt2tog,yfwd (patt 15, patt2tog, yfwd) 3 times rib 12.

What does patt2tog mean


#2

Hi, It just means pattern, you work the decrease in pattern.
Hope this helps
Linda


#3

So its rib 12 then patt2tog, yfwd
So patt is continuing in rib?


#4

That’s right, if you are meant to be working in rib.
Is there another stitch pattern to the cushion cover you are making? Patterns usually word it this way when there’s another stitch pattern set out somewhere to follow after X amount of initial rows have been worked (a lace insert between ribbed sections maybe)