Who am I?

To elaborate on the little snippet of info on the side of the page, my name is Jenna and I have lived in a South Suburb of Chicago my whole life until recently relocating down South to Houston, Texas.  I received my Associates and then went to the University of Illinois at Chicago to get my Bachelor’s Degree in English.  And what did I do with that English Degree you may ask? I still worked at my college job and found joy in the extra time I now had to read the books I wanted and to bang out more crochet projects! After job hunting I decided to apply to grad school at Dominican University and study Library and Information Science, which is probably the best idea I’ve ever had because I’m now a librarian and in love with my job.  On top of that I am doing photo shoots here and there, as well as taking orders from friends and friends of friends for crocheted goodies.  Hence: Crochet Hooker. I crochet for cash =). I also sew a little bit, but really it’s nothing to brag about.

Contact Info:

If you would like to contact me to ask about placing orders or anything: jenna_harte@hotmail.com

You can check out my photography portfolio here.

4 thoughts on “Who am I?

  1. Hey there! I’m a friend of Lauren’s and she sent me to your page because I love to crochet too, and I absolutely love that green hat you made for her. I was curious where you get your hat patterns from (from your pictures it looks like from crochet magazines…?). I told her a funny story about the first hat I made following a pattern and it was like super huge! lol! You make some neat stuff, gives me inspiration to branch out some more.

    (I added my websites since it asked for them 🙂 )

    • Thanks for swinging by my page! I actually don’t use patterns for hats; I just create different kinds of hats using different stitches (Lauren’s hat used a cluster stitch). Until very recently I never used patterns for anything because I couldn’t follow them for the life of me! But now I’m starting to get the hang of it and make some really neat new stuff. Definitely branch out and try new things, it’s always fun to get the hang of something and make it your own =) Happy crocheting

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  3. In need of possible services on a ore-existing dress that I want to extent the sleeves into bell sleeves.

    Please let me know ASAP if this is something you can do.

    Thank you,

    Karen

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