February 5, 2004
|I've seen the secret place where yarn store owners go to find all their treasures, and its name is TNNA.|
Now in its 30th year, the National NeedleArts Association is an international trade organization for companies specializing in needlearts products and supplies. Unless you own a yarn store or work directly in the business, chances are you've never been inside their annual show... until now!
Also New This Week
In the Forums
Last week I introduced a new donation element to the forums, and 43 members jumped to the call with financial support. To each of you I extend my most sincere thanks. The forums have become a very special place for knitters, and with your help we'll be able to keep them exactly as they are, vibrant and ad free, for a long time to come.
Also discussing this week: Do you have advice for someone just starting out with Fair Isle?
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February Newsletter Subscriber Giveaway
Valentine's Day is this month, which means one thing: chocolate! At the end of this month I'll pick one newsletter subscriber to receive a luxurious ballotin of Godiva chocolate. Stay subscribed and you could be picked.
As always, I thank you for your readership and your support.
Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums!
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