I don't touch type exactly but I do type with all my fingers and thumbs and at the same speed as a touch typist - I just need to look at the keyboard rather than the screen as a I do so!
This stood me in good stead when we bought a new laptop when we were living in Belgium - the French keyboard has a totally different layout to the standard English "QWERTY" and I was able to adapt to it very quickly as I watch whilst I type whereas my husband hated it as he does proper touch typing and ended up with gibberish when he typed as a result.
I'm a very fast touch typist having learnt at school and then a 12 month business course at college. I know instinctively when I've made a spelling error and only then do I look at the screen to correct it.
I'm able to type quickly with 2 fingers. A teacher did try to teach me to type high school, but I wasn't very good at it, so that's probably why I still type with 2 fingers. My father died in '79, & I still have an small old green type writer he gave me, which I've never used, but would like to donate it to a typewriter museum in the future, (f there is such a thing) if my youngest daughter doesn't want it. (She loves all things vintage/retro!)