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First-Time Exhibitors Coming to Columbus

Posted By Guy Googins II, TNNA Staff, Monday, April 13, 2015

We are excited to welcome these new exhibitors to The NeedleArts Trade Show in Columbus next month. 

Register now to see these exciting new products (and much more)!

  • Ann Kingstone Designs (Publications)
    Brighouse, United Kingdom
    Quality knitting patterns for 21st Century knitters. Ann Kingstone designs have seamless constructions and use modern techniques, yet have a classic look. The patterns have clear instructions, are written for a very wide size range, and many include illustrated tutorials.
    Booth: 329

  • Cocoknits (Publications)
    Oakland, CA
    Designs and tools for hand knitters and stitchers.
    Booth: 1049

  • Cornerstone Products (The Crochet Lites) (Accessories)
    Little Elm, TX
    We will be exhibiting our Crochet Lites! The Crochet Lite is a patented Crochet Hook that has an LED light inside of each hook which allows you to crochet anywhere, even in the dark! These Crochet Hooks are great for everyday crocheting and for low lit areas and each Crochet Hook has a soft grip handle for easy crocheting!
    Booth: 236

  • Creative with Clay (Accessories)
    Federal Way, WA
    Unique handcrafted pottery inspired by knitting patterns and Indian embroidery that makes great gifts for people who enjoy the fiber arts. Each piece is handbuilt in USA and individually decorated for its unique look.
    Booth: 1340

  • CristineCreates (Accessories)
    Pittsburgh, PA
    CristineCreates makes a variety of bags and accessories for the knitter, crocheter or fibre enthusiast. We have drawstring project bags, zippered box bags, Japanese style knot bags, bucket bags and more in a wide variety of prints and sizes. All items are handmade made in Western Pennsylvania with a high degree of care and skill.
    Booth: 232

  • Foofaraw Shawlsticks (Accessories)
    Durango, CO
    Foofaraw Shawlstick pins are designed to bring an affordable "pop" to your knit and crochet wear. Made in small batches with semi-precious beads and stones, the selection found at shops everywhere is always unique, changing, and intriguing. Currently selling to the trade only.
    Booth: 1519

  • Greg's Turn (Combination)
    Mukwonago, WI
    Greg's Turn is a small company in Southeastern Wisconsin, manufacturing Hand Turned Tools on a lathe, one at a time. Some of the products are a Tool Caddy, Scissors Keepers, Needle Keeper, Laying Tools, Knit Spool and a great container for your Snit-Its. All products are hand crafted from hard woods with a smooth lacquer finish.
    Booth: 102

  • Heidi Boyd LLC (Combination)
    Brunswick, ME
    'Sewing smiles one stitch at a time.' Heidi Boyd's Whimsy Kits make hand sewing easy and approachable. All three kit lines are part of Martha Stewart's American Made and B&N's new Craft Launch. Heidi's fifteenth book 'Fairytale Sewing' released fall of 2014 with F+W Media. Her 'Forest Frolics' fabric collection is now available with Red Rooster.
    Booth: 625

  • Jenny King Designs (Yarn)
    Mudjimba, Queensland, Australia
    Ask Jenny King from Australia to explain how her totally NEW crochet concept can increase yarn sales for you without spending one cent. Let Jenny show you how to get crocheters into your store and help them spend! Does this sound too good to be true? Just ask Jenny to show you how to use Get Squared(TM)for Perfect fit.
    Booth: 352

  • Kismet Fiber Works (Yarn)
    Buchanan, VA
    Kismet Fiber Works creates unique, beautiful hand-dyed yarn for fiber artists. Our yarn is sourced from several mills, our own family farms, a women's cooperative in Tajikistan, and other U.S. farms. We honor the entire life of our yarn, from field to fiber to you, the artisan.
    Booth: 529

  • LickinFlames (Combination)
    Pittsburg, CA
    Handcrafted artisan created clay buttons, yarn bowls, shawl pins, spindles and brooches fired in saggar, raku and obvara techniques.
    Booth: 235

  • Maverik Yarns (Yarn)
    Piqua, OH
    Maverik Yarns features 100% USA hand-dyed and handpainted yarns. Bold colors are our specialty.
    Booth: 1511

  • Mondo C0., Ltd. (Yarn)
    Kyoto, Japan
    We have been dealing with a lot of worldwidely eminent Japanese clothing companies for a long time. Recently we have launched MONDO FIL which focuses on retailing in a very unique style. We show original fashion yarns such as Japanese Paper, Lame, trims made out of those fashion yarns and knit kits designed by Tokyo collection designer.
    Booth: 1513

  • Myrtle Grace Motifs (Counted Thread & Embroidery)
    New Lenox, IL
    We are excited to be in Columbus! Stop by our booth to see what is new in cross-stitch and punch needle. We offer our patterns in both forms.
    Booth: 425

  • The North American Suri Company (Yarn)
    St Louis, MO
    Hand knitting yarns and patterns with a focus on domestically grown and processed Suri alpaca and Suri alpaca blends.
    Booth: 335

  • North Light Fibers, LLC (Yarn)
    Block Island, RI
    Yarns and kits from hand crafted minimally processed luxury fibers. 100% processed, dyed, carded, blended, spun and finished in our micro mill on Block Island. Custom tours and Block Island retreats available for all wholesale accounts. Our yarns have been highlighted in Vogue Knitting, Knits, Cast-On, KnitScene, HandWoven and SS&D. NEW Christmas-At-Sea pattern and knitting kits now available.
    Booth: 1207

  • Pom Pom Quarterly (Publications)
    London, United Kingdom
    Pom Pom is a quarterly, collectable publication based in London, UK for smart, creative types who like knitting patterns with a modern aesthetic, great photography and interesting writing. We’re also into lots of other types of crafts and of course music, fashion, art, food and just generally making the world a little more beautiful with the things we make!
    Booth: 438

  • Rocking the Wool (Yarn)
    Three Rivers, MI
    Rocking the Wool is an artisan yarn company that produces unique hand-dyed yarns using ethically sourced GOTS certified organic merino wool as our base and environmentally friendly dyes. Our yarn is spun in American mills and we use small batch hand-dyeing to create beautiful colorways.
    Booth: 351

  • Round Mountain Fibers (Yarn)
    Brattleboro, VT
    A boutique wholesale fiber-arts studio making its debut with a selection of luxury fiber blends, superwash merino yarn, and merino pre-felt. Small batches are hand-dyed in 12 bright colorways and 24 rich and complex solid colors: Snapshots of the brilliant bird plumage from which we draw our inspiration.
    Booth: 453

  • Sassy Spurs (Counted Thread & Embroidery)
    Denver, CO
    Unique, creative and darn-right-fun embroidery patterns. Post World War II State pillows have always evoked a deep hankering in our hearts and we translate that into our designs. Our goal is to contribute to the craft market with extra attention to detail and imagination. A contemporary yet vintage-look that attracts crafters who love a little whimsy in their work.
    Booth: 110

  • Spincycle Yarns (Yarn)
    Bellingham, WA
    MADE IN THE USA FROM SHEEP TO SKEIN ... All of Spincycle's yarns are dyed in the wool, resulting in long and dramatic color shifts. Using a combination of millspinning and handspinning, this small operation produces boatloads of unique, gorgeous yarns. Featured in Botanical Knits, Knit.Wear, Pom Pom Quarterly and more.
    Booth: 334

  • Woolly Wormhead (Yarn)
    Essex, United Kingdom
    Unique and original Woolly Hat designs. These designs are created using unusual construction techniques and intriguing stitch combinations, resulting in unique and versatile pieces. All knitting patterns include a range of sizes, and many have additional design options and notes for alterations. Where possible, illustrated tutorials for specialist techniques are also included.
    Booth: 428

  • Yarn Hollow (Yarn)
    Grandville, MI
    Producing the highest quality hand-dyed yarns and fibers, specializing in a wide range of color from the softest pastel to the most concentrated hues, with a wide range of neutrals in between, and loads of multi-color choices as well. Yarn choices available from lace to super bulky. Also offering a wide range of hand-dyed fiber.
    Booth: 242

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