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Dad Models Daughter’s Crochet Crop Tops To Promote Her Handcraft

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Dad Models Daughter’s Crochet Crop Tops To Promote Her Handcraft

“We could care less what other people think about how silly it might look.”

A dad has been praised for giving his daughter the best shoutout ever. Jeff Beaver from Arkansas modeled in his daughter’s crocheted crop tops, and he was killing it.

The dad, 53, wasn’t shy to show his midriff in the model pictures as his daughter, Emily Beaver, snapped the pictures for him.

The dad-and-daughter duo was interviewed by Good Morning America. The LoveBeav shop owner shared, “My dad has never been afraid to look silly, especially if he’s having fun doing it, so there was never any hesitation on his part.”

Emily started crocheting in 2015 and found her passion in it. The 28-year-old didn’t start seeing her sales boost, however, until 2021. And she gave her thanks to her supportive parents and social media.

She shared, “I set out with a mission to make unique crochet clothing specifically for myself, and found that I very much enjoyed seeing my creations on friends and the joy they get from wearing my art.”

Emily had the idea to ask her father to wear her crocheted clothes after she asked her mom, Emily, to model for her. Emily’s pictures did pretty well, and she thought, “Why not try including Dad, as well?”

“The internet totally ate it up, and every time I included my parents, I knew that there was something special about the concept of a family wearing crochet tops together.”

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From barely selling anything, things changed to her stock completely selling out in a month.

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She’s gotten massive support from her followers since the dad’s appearance. Now she does crocheting full-time with her parents’ support and has even collaborated with brands like Michael’s Craft Store.

Emily has over 600k followers on TikTok, many of whom, as Emily described, “come for my parents, stay for the crochet.”

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In one of her viral clips was the dad climbing the stairs so he could pose on the roof. In another hilarious video of her dad dressed in one of Emily’s pink and blue crochet tops, it reached 3.3 million views. And because they appeared on her video so often, people recognized them at the Electric Forest music festival they attended not too long ago.

Emily shared with the GMA how the fame has only been giving them good vibes, “The most important thing for me and my parents is that we are spending quality time laughing and enjoying what we are doing. We could care less what other people think about how silly it might look.”

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