The Woobles, Crochet kits for kids, was started by Adrian Zhang and Justine Tiu in July, 2020. As of September 2023, The Woobles net worth is $7.5 Million and they’re pulling in a whopping $3.1 Million in annual revenue. 

In September, 2022, they appeared on season 14 of Shark Tank USA and made a deal with Lori Greiner, for $450,000 For 6% of equity. The final valuation was $7.5 Million, up from the founder’s initial estimate of $5 Million.

In September 2023, The Woobles is still in business. You can purchase their products from their Company website and other e-commerce channels. 

The Woobles Net Worth

Net worth$7.5 Million
Annual Sales Revenue$3.1 Million
Lifetime SalesOver $5 Million
Shark Tank InvestorLori Greiner
FounderAdrian Zhang and Justine Tiu 

The Woobles Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023$7.5 Million
Net worth valuation 2022 after appearing on Shark Tank  $7.5 Million
Net worth valuation 2022 before appearing on Shark Tank  $5 Million

The Woobles Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameThe Woobles
ProductCrochet kits for kids
EpisodeSeason 14 Episode 02
Founders Adrian Zhang and Justine Tiu 
Asked for$250,000 for 5% equity
Final deal$450,000 For 6% of equity
Shark Lori Greiner
LocationCary, North Carolina, United States.

The Woobles Founders

The Woobles was founded by Adrian Zhang and Justine Tiu in 2022. One day ustine Tiu wanted to give a handmade gift to her friend. She hardly tried to make crocheted by using youtube and other social media platforms. Then she  launched the Woobles, which is not only selling Crochet kits and it’s about how to make crochet plushie. The Woobles’s founders, Adrian Zhang and Justine Tiu, have a net worth of 5.3Million USD as of 2023.

Key accomplishments:

2022Appeared on Shark Tank season 14 episode 02.


From their beginnings on Shark Tank to their current status as a thriving business. And they have proven that with the right idea and execution, anything is possible. We can’t wait to see the future for The Woobles and its continued success.

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