The TNNA NeedleArts Trade Show brings together individuals from the counted thread, crochet, embroidery, knitting, needlepoint, and spinning and weaving segment groups for three days of technical and business education, continuous networking, insights into the latest styles and trends, and access to must-have products at the largest needlearts tradeshow.
The TNNA Summer NeedleArts Trade Show is the perfect place for needlearts professionals to learn about the newest products and techniques in the industry! Our classes are designed to develop and enhance your technical and business education, leaving you with new skills to take back to your business.
Who Attends TNNA shows?
TNNA trade shows attract independent needlearts buyers from all over the United States and abroad. Legitimate wholesale buyers, qualified by showing business identification, have come to identify TNNA as THE show to attend to find the largest array of needlearts supplies. Buyers from domestic and international independent needlearts retail and wholesale businesses, as well as teachers, designers, sales representatives and distributors, attend TNNA shows to see new products, meet new suppliers and discover new trends. Attending TNNA shows gives the cutting edge needed to compete in today's business world.
TNNA’s Summer Trade NeedleArts Show will bring together the counted thread, crochet, embroidery, knitting, needlepoint, and spinning and weaving segment groups for three days of technical and business education, continuous networking, insights into the latest styles and trends, and access to must-have products at the largest needlearts tradeshow.
Suppliers representing every type of needlearts merchandise, including knitting, needlepoint, crochet, counted thread/cross-stitch and embroidery, as well as related supplies such as buttons, embellishments, frames, books, canvases, patterns and needles, just to name a few.
As a membership organization, TNNA offers you, the needlearts professional, the opportunity to take an active role in shaping our industry. The association's structure has been created to enable people from all the needlearts disciplines to come together, voice their needs, opinions and concerns . . . and help mold a successful future.