No, the RS/WS rows are switched at all. Ribbing in general doesn't really have a 'rs' or 'ws', it's pretty reversible. The RS row starts and ends with a purl because so the twists are 1 st in from the edge to make it easier to seam up. You work 3" of the twisted ribbing, ending with R 1, then work the WS row when you switch to the body of the sweater which is a purl row. The next row is a RS row and it begins with the Knit.
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