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Ancient Arts On the Road - TNNA in Washington, DC

A trip to TNNA is always a fantastic experience, both for the show and for the chance to get to know a part of the United States that we, as Canadians, might never have visited before! 551 more words

Yarn

Berroco Yarn and TNNA in Washington, D.C.

We’re back from a whirlwind weekend of yarn and monuments—this year’s summer conference of The National NeedleArts Association (TNNA) was held in Washington, D.C. Each summer, the organization hosts a trade-show in which yarn companies such as Berroco can show off their new fall/winter yarns to yarn store owners. 340 more words

Behind The Scenes

Reminder: The Fiber Arts Survey Closes February 15th

Have you had a chance to fill out the 2016 TNNA Fiber Arts survey? You could win a $100 gift card; in addition, this survey will help the fiber arts community learn how to serve you better. 33 more words

Tahoe Knitting Nest

The Fiber Arts Community Needs Your Feedback!

Calling all fiber artists! The fiber arts community needs your feedback. Plus, when you participate in this TNNA survey you could win a $100 gift card! 117 more words

Tahoe Knitting Nest

Calling all Fiber Artists!

As you all know, I recently returned from the TNNA Winter Trade Show in San Diego. One of the things that is always under discussion at these shows is wondering what our consumers want, whether it is in yarns at the shops or types of patterns we publish. 214 more words

Activism

My Yarn Candy Store

Why I love owning Cotton Clouds!

Every year I get to take off for a long weekend and attend TNNA (The National Needlework Association) to see the very latest yarns, patterns, books and trends in the industry. 167 more words

Cotton Clouds

Curated by Caroline: TNNA Winter 2016 Show in San Diego, CA

One of the most enjoyable times of our year is when we have the opportunity do shows and fibre festivals, where we come face to face with the people for whom we dye our yarn and seeing the fantastic things they do with it. 2,015 more words

Curated By Caroline