So I'm planning on taking my Kromski Minstrel and a whole basket load of prepared fleece with me to the Cotswolds for Spring Break. I haven't been spinning for a while, too busy weaving away.
Anyway to the point. Someone commented that I draft "backwards", not meaning a backward draw, but meaning my dominant hand position was opposite what they were expecting. We ended up discussing a variety of different things, ut didn't much elaborate on this. So I'm asking you all, where to you position your dominant hand for spinning, on the fibre supply or near the wheel (as in the hand that controls when the twist is let in to the drafting zone). Is there a reason why. It may not ultimately matter, but in these things I wouldn't mind being a conformist and would consider doing it the other way if I should.
Thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts on this matter.
Have a great day,