As a left-handed crocheter myself, I’ve noticed that there are just not as many resources for us with instructions, tutorials, and tips. But I have found that the resources I do find for left-handed crocheters is really quality information. So that’s really helpful. Today, I’m sharing 5 great resources for left-handed crocheters!
1. Moogly Blog
Tamara, the designer and blogger of Moogly is #goals! Seriously, she is an amazing part of the crochet world. Her blog and Youtube channel have tutorials, patterns, and more! It is a great resource for both right and left handed crocheters! She includes both a right and left-handed video tutorial for all of her crochet patterns. Her blog also includes fun product reviews and giveaways!
Mikey of The Crochet Crowd is another great resource for left-handed crochet tutorials and information. He has a YouTube channel with stitch tutorials as well as pattern tutorials in both right and left-handed crochet.
Sarah-Jayne of Bella Coco Crochet is such a breath of fresh air. Her work is so bright and beautiful! She really inspires me. Bella Coco Crochet is another blog with great tutorials and patterns. Her YouTube channel has stitch tutorials and pattern tutorials for both right and left-handed crocheters.
Brittany of B.Hooked does it all! She has both crochet and knit tutorials and patterns. Plus she has her own podcast! She’s doing all the things and I am here for it! Brittany has both tutorials and patterns on her YouTube channel that include instructions for both right and left-handed crocheters.
I couldn’t leave myself off the list! I am a left-handed crocheter so the video tutorials you find on my YouTube channel are strictly left-handed. Plus, this blog has informational posts specific to left-handed crochet like, How to Read a Pattern, and How to Read Crochet Charts. I want to serve the left-handed crocheter in any way I can. If you have questions or would like a tutorial on something specific let me know!
I hope this list of resources is helpful to you. Check out each of the links and see which tutorials work for you the best. Let me know of any other resources you’ve found in the comments below!