We had a good time this year at TNNA, the National Needle Arts trade show. I had a really fun day with Marsha, our cruise director and tour guide, and my sister Nancy, the world famous kung-fu master of the credit card.
Be Sweet yarns had tons of eye candy, as usual. This year Nadine seems to be bringing in a natural color palette next to her candy store brights.
We had a lot of fun checking out Imperial Yarns. These yarns are grown, sheered, spun and dyed in Oregon and are gorgeous.
Helen Hamann's booth was a color feast, so many beautiful brights!
Of course, Manos del Uruguay didn't let us down. They're launching a new line of colors that can be seen from space!
But don't worry, they still have our old favorites!
I think it's time to stop here, I still have more but let's save it for tomorrow! If you want more right now you can hop over to Nancy's recap at the beautifully redesigned NobleKnits.com blog.