TNNA Columbus 2011Posted: 15/06/2011
TNNA is always a great trade show. I particularly love the Columbus show. With the North Market for excellent lunches, Jeni’s ice cream, Pam’s popcorn and On Paper stationery store just down the road, what’s not to love?
There is always something weird and wonderful happening after show hours at the Hyatt bar. Sadly we missed the night that Amy Singer played her ukulele and everyone sang like they were sitting around a campfire. Happily we didn’t miss the night that Alisha pulled a taxidermy grizzly bear head out of her suitcase and proceeded to knit a massive ‘bear skin rug’. That bear became famous at the show. Everyone wanted to take a picture with it.
We got to see old friends.
Dave from Louet doing a weaving demonstration
Ravelry with their first booth at TNNA. As a footnote, they are a truly innovative company.
We met some new friends.
Marly Bird, host of The Yarn thing Podcast
We bought another Namaste purse even though we swore we wouldn’t.The fabulous new mini messenger bag from Namaste
We celebrated milestones.
5 years of Potter Craft
We spent time admiring pretty yarn. Be Sweet booth
We launched new products.
Lorna’s Laces new Solemate. It contains a fiber that interacts with your body’s microclimate to moderate temperature. Out of this world!
We decided Nancy from Namaste was our favourite person when she showed up to a bar wearing this