Learn How to Crochet with BT21 Kits by The Woobles!

The Woobles, as seen on Shark Tank, have partnered with BT21 to put a unique crocheted twist on the popular K-Pop characters. The BT21 kits are perfect for beginners and come with everything you need to make RJ, Tata, Shooky, Chimmy, Cooky, or Koya, including yarn, a special crochet hook, instructions, and more. Bundles are also available. Over 250,000 complete beginners have learned to crochet using The Woobles.

The Woobles ain’t your grandparents’ crochet! Sure, tea cozies, tissue box covers, granny square blankets, and baby booties used to be the must-have crocheted items, but nowadays it’s all about The Woobles in-crochet-ible designs. Who wouldn’t rather have an adorable, crocheted bunny, chick, or fox instead of a brown, yellow, and orange repeat pattern blanket that makes eyes go wonky?

The Woobles high-quality crochet kits for beginners include everything people need to learn a new hobby and spark some fiero, the magical feeling you get when you learn something new and achieve something you once thought was impossible (e.g., there’s no way I’m turning this pile of yarn into an adorable penguin).

Other “beginner” crochet kits on the market require people to have basic crochet experience. They come with printed instructions that are about as easy to follow as those DIY furniture pictograms, yarn that frays, as well as a headache from trying to figure out where to even start. The Woobles makes the learning process as easy as 1-2-3.

With The Woobles you’re never left on your own. Each kit comes with step-by-step video tutorials via a custom-made web app, unlimited help over e-mail, plus virtual crochet office hours to help guide you in stitching together your cute masterpiece. The kits also come with plastic eyes, stuffing, tapestry needle, stitch marker, as well as the crochet pattern as a PDF download. The Woobles kits also come pre-started to give people a headfirst dive into the action, so you never have to spend time struggling with yarn that keeps coming undone or a first stich that is five sizes larger or smaller than the next one.

The Woobles proprietary Easy Peasy Yarn is perfect for beginners and easy to crochet with. The Easy Peasy Yarn allows crocheters to easily see the stitches as they work, and it won’t split or fray like standard yarn tends to do. And forget about that horrific experience of having to unwind a skein of yarn and roll it into a ball before you can even start a stich. Who ever thought that was a good idea?! The Easy Peasy Yarn also gives the crocheted creation a smooth and modern finish.

The Woobles was created by husband-and-wife team Adrian Zhang and Justine Tiu. Justine was working as a lead UX designer for Google Classroom when she was eventually promoted to manager, which was an extremely stressful position and led to her seeking new hobbies to take her mind off work.

I was so stressed, there was stress coming out of my pores. I picked up various crafting projects on the weekend, but my heart was always set on becoming a crochet lady minus the rocking chair. After learning how to crochet over many weekends, I started to feel more confident, and I realized that I still had it in me to learn something new.

The experience of gaining confidence through crocheting is what inspired us to create The Woobles.”The Woobles crochet kits come in a variety of fun designs including Tank the Shark, Emilio the Turtle, Fred the Dinosaur, Pierre the Penguin, Bjorn the Narwhal, and more. The Woobles also offers limited edition licensed crochet kits such as PAC-MAN and Miffy. Collectable and customizable crochet hooks make the kits even more irresistible. 

The Woobles crochet kits start at $25. To learn more and to purchase, visit: www.thewoobles.com.

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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