OK, while I was tending to some other things on my Internet To Do List for today, a thought occurred to me and I want some constructive feedback/opinion about it.
I am getting ready to use my lessonopolis account to start filming lessons in one of my favourite things, Tunisian entrelac. I just love making things this way and I really want to show people how EASY it is. I know there are other people doing it for free and some really well known authors putting out classes, but whatever. They aren't me. They don't do it like I do.
Which leads me to my need for feedback, because they really don't do it like I do. I'm left-handed and while I tend not to think of that as a problem, one of the things that I got picked on about via private messaging at Ravelry, was being left-handed. I even got snarked at by a profesional designer about this, because she told me I'd never go anywhere if I didn't learn to crochet right-handed. I have tried to do this over the years and my hands just don't want to work that way. For bad comedy, maybe I will film this:)
Do you think the crafting world would accept instruction from a left-handed crocheter? Would I be better off trying to pursue a left-handed niche market? Personally I figure that if I can learn from righties then they can learn from me and no one's brain will explode :)