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About GobbledyHook

  • Rank
    Junior Villager
  • Birthday 07/26/1975


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  • Biography
    Crocheting for several years. Just launched an Etsy shop.
  • Location
    Milwaukee, WI
  • Occupation
    Public Relations
  • How long have you been crocheting?
  • Favorite things to crochet
    big, chunky blankets, small projects (potholders, washcloths), amigurimi, scarves
  1. Thank you Cindra!!!! That's exactly what I was looking for!
  2. Hi there! I just launched an Etsy shop a couple of weeks ago, and I'm envious of all the lovely pictures other shops have for their products. My pictures are a little lacking at this point, due to a poor camera and bad lighting. I mainly have scarves in my shop now and would like to purchase a nice display on which to photograph them. I don't even know what to call this type of display. It's not a full dress form, nor is it a mannequin. It's like a torso covered in white or ivory fabric with a wooden spindle where the head would be. I have tried googling this and can't come up with what I'm looking for. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? Just looking to get pointed in the right direction about where to get one of these. Thanks so much! Sydney https://www.etsy.com/shop/GobbledyHook
  3. GobbledyHook

    My Little Giraffe

    This is the second giraffe that I've made. Pattern is from Lion Brand Yarn. The first one was for a friend's baby. The second one went to my favorite three year old. These are so much fun to make!
  4. GobbledyHook

    Greetings from Milwaukee!

    My name is Sydney and I've been crocheting for about 5 or 6 years now. I like smaller projects (like scarves and amigurumi animals), but also enjoy making a blanket or afghan here and there. I'm hoping to launch an Etsy site as soon as I have enough inventory built up. I love the creative outlet that crocheting allows me. I also enjoy the feeling of accomplishment when I complete a project -- especially when it looks like the project in the pattern picture. Hoping to get some great ideas and tips!