If I am working in the round on circular needles, and the pattern is written for a flat piece; it says P2tog tbl for the WS, but what is the reverse of that if I am continuously working on the RS in the round?
I tried to do a K2tog tbl and they look almost identical leaning the same direction. should I be slipping the stitches knitwise or purlwise first and then passing them back to the main needle and doing a k2tog tbl?
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The reverse of the p2togtbl is a ssk. Here's a link to the improved ssk from the Glossary page. It'll give you a nice left leaning decrease. You can also find the conventional ssk there.