In a few days we'll see what new wonders the designing world can present for us.
For those who don't normally follow along I give you what TNNA, or The National Needlearts Association, is all about:
Established in 1975, TNNA is an international trade organization representing retailers, manufacturers, distributors, designers, manufacturers' representatives, publishers, teachers and wholesalers of products and supplies for the specialty needlearts market.
These businesses create and market hand painted needlepoint canvases, hand-dyed and specialty crochet and knitting yarns, embroidery, needlepoint and cross-stitch materials, kits, furnitures, notions, gifts, books, publications, accessories, tools and more.I think having a professional trade association has benefited the industry greatly.
And now I'm off to wash my hair and run errands before going to Thursday morning group.