Originally Posted by cliveh
The comment is unnecessary.
Many other considerations come into play. For example, people who lack fine motor control, who are not ambidextrous, who have little experience in placement and measure with unfamiliar tools... still those too, with visual impairment, Graves disease or trembling. None of these is or should be a consideration to forbid 'having a go' at something which can be a marvellous personal achievement in the face of adversity.
So...there is a lot we can all learn by sitting back and reading of individual methods of achieving things.