D.A. Looms Customer Support & Me

   I love helping people and showing people how to whip up some great inspiration. To do that, I use tools and raw materials in videos in order to demonstrate. 

   In reference to D.A. Looms, some people are confused by my role and how I interact with D.A. Looms due to the filming. 

   I filmed a product review for D.A. Looms. I have also filmed HowTo Videos on using the two looming products they sell. I also had D.A. Looms Products in person at live shows to show people how they work and give the option to buy one. I have very limited quantities. Filming these products is no different than filming a review on yarn or how to use the yarn. 

You Should Know

  • I’m not a customer service representative of D.A. Looms.
  • I’m not a distributor.
  • I don’t work for D.A. Looms, nor privy to any and all confidential information with this company and their customers. 
  • Any customer service issues should be addressed with D.A. Looms directly. You can find their contact information at D.A. Looms.
  • I don’t possess any special powers to speed up deliveries or problem solve issues.   

Please Note:

   I strongly suggest not sending me any email asking me to get D.A. Looms to respond, boost your orders timing and requests for problem solving. I have to go through the exact same communication process that D.A. Looms has set forth on their website. 

   Keep in mind that looms are not stock piled in advance. They are made to order and are handmade. Like any handmade product, they take time to cut pieces, position pegs, and some fine details that need extra attention. 

   Though this sounds like a negative blog, it’s not intended to be. I really do love my looms D.A. Looms. There are quality to these looms unlike mass produced looms. Once you get your hands on it and see it for yourself, you will see exactly what I mean. The plastic is incredible and more easier to use due to the yarn reacting to the plastic properly. I find some cheaper mass produced looms have such cheap plastic that the yarn likes to stick to the peg like velcro. The quality is superb and is a tool that should last a lifetime. 

Michael Sellick

Creative Director for The Crochet Crowd


About Mikey, The Crochet Crowd

I am Mikey, owner of The Crochet Crowd Blog. I'm a 'hooker' at heart with the passion to crochet. I am from Ontario Canada and teach how to crochet online through YouTube Video Tutorials. From a simple idea and being at the right place and time in my life back in 2008, the concept of The Crochet Crowd was developed. I'm here to hook and share. Come follow my crochet journey and share yours with comments here and you are most welcome to share your creativity within our Facebook page.
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