Sisters, Farrah Reese (11 years old) and Orly Reese (8 years old), are the little crafters behind Sisters Loom. Sisters Loom officially became a business on April 5th, 2021.
The sisters started working with loom bands when they were raising money for Guillain Barre’ Syndrome. Farrah was diagnosed with Guillain Barre’ Syndrome at the age of 4, and their family has participated in numerous advocacy groups and events since then. The sisters started to challenge themselves with more complex creations after they began to master their skills. Then, along came COVID. The girls did a full year of online learning at home; which, lent them more time to explore different types of crafting! The sisters started watching YouTube videos on how to crochet. They transferred their loom band skills easily into crocheting and started making stuffed animals.
The sisters started by testing their entrepreneurial skills at family birthday parties. They would set up a store with their cousins and sell their items to their mom, grandma, and aunts. They then decided to take the leap into selling online.
After making sales on Facebook, they tried selling at garage sales, which then led into craft sales and even a business expo. Sisters Loom has continued to create more items for sale that now include earrings, rings, and greeting cards that accompany their crochet and loom animals.
Farrah and Orly love taking orders and enjoy seeing the joy their crafts bring to others!
When they are not creating, they enjoy spending time with their cats, making slime, biking, swimming, and playing outside.
You can find SistersLoom on Facebook and Sistersloom.godaddysites.com
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