So a couple of weeks ago I went to Columbus, Ohio once again for TNNA (The national needlearts association). It’s an intense, full-on experience every year and this was no exception! I was sharing a room with two of my favourite knitting pals, Woolly Wormhead & Ann Kingstone, always fun when you can work and play on the same weekend :-)
I’ve got very few photos from the weekend so please forgive the very poor quality, grainy and fuzzy phone photos I’ve got to use.To add to the oddness of the weekend there was also a trumpet convention and a haunting/zombie convention. In fact I had the pleasure of being walked to the Crown Plaza on Saturday by a well dressed zombie before their zombie ball :-)
Also on Friday night I had my new cardigan, Rakuda, in the fashion show with Anzula yarns.You can see the cardigan in action here. (Yes I’ve eventually started using Instagram!)
My new US distributor is Fyberspates, so this year I shared a stand with them and Rachel Coopey.
They were just the most wonderful booth mates, it makes such a difference; it was definitely a weekend of fun more than work!
On the final night, when it was all over I did manage to take a few photos as we sat around the table eating:
Here we’ve got Jeni and Sean from Fyberspates, Rachel Coopey and Jennifer Wood (who I just met that night but is such a delight!).
While my photos are not the best Jeni did manage to bring (and use!) a much better camera so her Facebook feed is worth a look.
I do have some wonderful yarn and other goodies that I’ll be knitting with and reviewing in the coming weeks also….
Lorna’s Laces ‘Cloudgate’
Spin Cycle ‘Dyed in the wool’
And finally Fix-a-Stitch that I’ll try out in the next few weeks….hopefully on a ‘minor’ mistake :-0
At the end of this week I’m heading on holiday BUT when I come back I’ll have a little surprise for you that I’ve been working on with Baa Ram Ewe….