For left-handed crocheters
When reading instructions, would you just start at the last and go backwards?
Right handed instruction
SC in next 3, (SC in next 2, inc, SC in next 2)x4, SC 15
Would you, as a lefty:
SC 15, (SC in next 2, inc, SC in next 2)x4, SC in next 3
I’m working on a piece, crocheting in the outside, and thought, “what if you mistakenly were working from the inside? It be backwards, right?” And then I thought," oh, maybe that’s how left-handed crocheters do it." Like I said, I was just curious. My mind thinks of weird stuff.
I’m also a left-handed crocheter and I’m still trying to wrap my mind around it For the pattern I’m doing now I’m grateful she’s got directional arrows and a lot of pictures so I can try and make sure everything is where it should be as I go.
Oh my goodness, I could not even imagine.
This is definitely something to wrap my head around lol. I can’t even imagine it. As a designer it would be awesome if we could make it for both left and right handed crocheters.
So USUALLY yours would just be “mirrored” BUT for things like graphs, where it might matter (like words), then yes the maker would need to work in the opposite direction of the pattern…
I normally just do the same thing as the right-handed instructions and it works out lol