I’ve been knitting for a few years now and decided to teach myself to crochet after seeing an Amigurumi book. I thought I had it all figured out, but now I’ve come to a pattern with a back post stitch and I think I might be crocheting inside out - if that’s even possible -since the raised row of stiches ended up on the inside of my animal instead of the outside.
I’m not sure how to describe this, but if you picture crocheting a bowl-shaped item, I am working on the edge furthest away from me, with the inside of the bowl facing me. I’ve watched a couple videos on You Tube, and some of them are crocheting the same way I am, but some are crocheting on the side of the bowl closest to them, so the side of the work that is facing them would actually be the oustide of the item.
So…am I doing this all wrong? It just seemed that the yarn naturally curved a certain way and I just followed it. I’m guessing it might not matter much for amigurumi, but I want to make a hat someday and I’d like to be sure I’m doing it correctly.