Turning a hobby into a business: Hooked on crochet

Local crafters Angie Ng, 29, and her boyfriend Terrix Lin, 33, have turned their crochet hobby into a full-time business. Their brand Tiny Rabbit Hole sells crochet pieces and conducts daily workshops.
Mr Terrix Lin and Ms Angie Ng (both above) run crochet label Tiny Rabbit Hole.
Mr Terrix Lin and Ms Angie Ng (both above) run crochet label Tiny Rabbit Hole.ST PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM

Ms Angie Ng may be the creative force behind her crochet label Tiny Rabbit Hole, but a colourful-haired unicorn with a gold horn is the face of the brand.

The 29-year-old crochet artist made the rainbow unicorn, which she named Yuni Chan, in October 2016 and takes the plush toy all over Singapore and on her travels to photograph and post on the brand's Instagram page. "It's funny when I go out and people see the toy poking out of my bag and say, 'Hey, that's Tiny Rabbit Hole.' The unicorn is our influencer," she says.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 16, 2019, with the headline 'Hooked on crochet'. Print Edition | Subscribe