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HOOKED ON A FEELING

Like all of the firm’s offerings, designs come in two tiers. You can have the company’s community of at-home crafters (a.k.a. the ‘gang’) make the item for you, or you can purchase the supplies and apply your own elbow grease. Each kit contains everything you need to get started, including Wool and the Gang’s recycled “Jersey Be Good” yarn, plus hooks if you need them.

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Whichever option you choose, Harwood is sure of one thing. “Our crochet collection will—literally—make your home a happy home,” she said.

Harwood was a little more coy about the label’s future. “We definitely have plans to expand into new categories,” she teased.

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