Generall the local Adult Education will have classes to offer. If not ask them - they may run one if enough people ask.
This is a quote from another post.
"I'm curious to understand why some knitters learn to knit left or right handed? Most of us favour one hand or the other, but we all have to use both. There is no such thing as a left handed Piano player, at least not that I am aware of. I teach all of my students the same way - mainly due to the fact that left handed patterns are extremely expensive and difficult to find. "
It is my belief that no matter what in knitting you need both hands and if you are brand new - you will not know any difference.
Good Luck Gracie
p.s some churches and libraries have knitting groups as could your LYS
go to youtube, search on 'knitting left handed'.....many videos will come up and you can get going....remember, in knitting, we actually use both hands all the time...the trick is finding someone who can show you clearly....there are great demonstrators on youtube about all aspects of knitting...
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