Left handed problem 😭

Hello everyone, I need help y’all :smiling_face_with_tear: so I planning to make a cat beanie and I already have a pattern, I’m gonna use the slt “technique” so that I can make a loop (circle) but that pattern says the front stitch should be on the outside while the back stitch should be inside, how I’m gonna do my stitches if I’m left handed? :smiling_face_with_tear: where should I start my stitches??? cuz if I’m following the pattern I have to do my stitches at the back (inside)
cuz I’m a left handed person :smiling_face_with_tear: if I’m going to do that, is my project will be yk mess or wrong??? I really need help y’alllll :sob::sob::sob:

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What pattern are you following?


Not sure how to help, except that Ribblr has videos in patterns that show how to do stitches. There is even a way to make them show up left handed. Wait, is the pattern in Ribblr???


As a left handed person, I’m a little confused.
Your stitches should still be facing outwards?
Can you send a picture?


I dont think it will make a huge difference, but if this pattern involves like a frill of some sorts it wont have that.


Is this a free pattern? If so maybe I can take a look and help you through it? Your stitches will probably go in the loops indicated you will just be working in the opposite direction. For a beanie you should be fine!


I feel you, I’m left handed but crochet with my right hand and I was crocheting everything inside out until I gave up and just learned the full right handed way to do it :smiling_face_with_tear:

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