Crafting on the web, Designing, Knitting, Learning, TNNA, Uncategorized


Hope everyone is enjoying a nice Summer weekend.

Just a quick post to share that I’m excited about being a contributor to the revamped digital TNNANews for The National Needlearts Association (TNNA)!

TNNA is a professional organization representing the needlearts industry in all of its forms across various handcrafting disciplines: knitting, crochet, needlepoint and cross stitch, weaving, and so on. Its mission is to encourage the growth of the industry through education, industry meetings, and marketplaces where members can do business with each other.

As a contributor, I’ll be educating members on legal-type topics that can advance their business interests. To start, I will be dedicating a series of posts to a topic that the entire membership can learn more about: contracts! Whether you’re a pattern designer, a craft store, or a craft company, I hope that all of the readers can take away some valuable tips and lessons from this series. And if you’re a TNNA member, please spread the word and share your questions and experiences!

The link to the full article is here, but, since TNNA is a professional organization, the caveat is that you do need to be a TNNA member to read it. Want to learn more about becoming a member? Then just click here!

Take care and happy knitting,
xoxo Danielle

4 thoughts on “TNNANews”

  1. Congratulations Danielle! I’m sure there are many things to be learned through such articles, and I’m so pleased that you were chosen to contribute to this publication. I have no doubt you have much good advice to share as well as little tips that will also be of great help. The best of luck in this new adventure.

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