I am working on a shrug pattern with a "left front" and right front" side. (pattern here:
After finishing the left front side, the right front side gives minimal direction and says to finish to match front, reversing shapings.
The decreases for the left front utilized a "K2tog", a "P2tog" (both for the armhole shapings) and for the darting, a "K2togtbl". The armhole shapings slant toward the armhole (but they are not overly noticeable). The darting shaping shows a noticeable yarn slant toward the center of the garment.
To "reverse" these shapings, do I need to use different types of decreases, so that the slanting of the stitches is correct? I have checked out the decrease st. info on KH and am not sure.