I guess I do a combination of both. I use my right hand fingers to turn the hook up, my left hand to wrap the yarn, then my right hand fingers to turn the hook down again. I never use my right hand to "pick" the yarn onto the needle, which is the way I see most people do it. I don't know why I do this. I was self taught with books and that's just how it turned out. I didn't even notice I did it until I met another crocheter. After watching me she laughed because she said it was strange that I use both hands at the same time. She said most people only with "pick" or "wrap" with only 1 hand. She said I would be good at knitting for that reason....which is what prompted me to knit after 12 years of my two-handed crocheting. By the way, I knit continental and it was easy to learn because I was already used to holding the yarn in my left hand and moving both hands at the same time. Does that make me weird, or what??? My friends seem to thing so.