Pattern as set

by carol simpson
(london)

Hi
I'm on the shaping part of my pattern and row one has knit 2tog in it then the pattern for 2nd and every alt row (rs) says patt as set to end of row.

Does this mean I just reverse instruction ie purl the knit stitches as the pattern said before the shaping? But where it says k2tog do I just p1 ?

I'm so confused...

YOUR ANSWER


Generally when a pattern says patt as set to end of row, it means to knit the row to match the previous alternate rows in your stitch pattern without any further shaping.

So where you had knit the two stitches together, you would p1.

But not all patterns follow the same conventions so without seeing the pattern I cannot say for certain.

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