TNNA was June 23-25 in Columbus, Ohio. This was my first TNNA with a full booth all to myself. I prepared for this show for months… not sure if it’s even obvious from the photos I took, but I made and designed all the elements to my booth very carefully. I’ll be sharing some pictures of my booth, but keep in mind I removed all color from the photos because I still haven’t published or released the seven new patterns that debuted at TNNA and am not quite ready to share them just yet.
Here are some of the photos.
Everything from the garments to the drapes (not that much thought was put into the drapes) was designed by yours truly.
Here is a small photo of my side wall with my wreaths, rack and scarves hanging on a dowel that I decoupaged (but you can’t tell from this photo)
A close up of my sheet music wreaths- this was a lot of work. This image is in actual color (there isn’t much of it). It took weeks to dye all the sheet music. In the center of each wreath is a photo of one of my patterns. It’s hard to tell bu the one on the left is the Greenleaf Ascot. Then I trimmed them with ruffle ribbon. I actually had help in the hotel room from Heather Dixon (brilliant mind behind Army of Knitters) to roll and glue down all this sheet music. Thanks Heather- you’re such a good roller!
Another thing I introduced was the Olga’s Vest Knit-A-Long that we will be starting in August. Make sure to “Like” me on Facebook, Follow my on Twitter and Join my Ravelry group for all the information and updates on this KAL. Also you can email me and ask to join my mailing list and you will get updates right in your inbox.
All in all it was a good show and had lots of fun. My favorite part is always meeting all the shop owners and chatting it up…. like I always do. And of course I love seeing all my friends from all over the world, I don’t get to see them very often but I love them dearly! Ladies, it’s always a pleasure to be in your company. I hope to see you all again soon- hopefully January TNNA.