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Membership year runs October 1 to September 30. Dues cannot be pro-rated. If joining after July 1, membership will be valid through the next membership year. 

NEW starting October 1, 2018, membership to all product segment groups is included in your membership dues. Learn more about our product segment groups.


TNNA Help Us Grow (HUG)

We are always looking to enhance our organization by inviting a diverse group of industry professionals to TNNA, which is why we are excited to launch our brand new membership referral program: Help Us Grow (HUG)If you have a friend or colleague who would benefit from the many perks of TNNA membership, we are offering you a discount for welcoming them on board!

How does it work? Send them to this page
to join TNNA, using the discount code TNNAHUG and your name so you can get credit. You and your friend will receive $20 off your membership fee – and you can refer as many people as you want!

Click on the type of membership that best represents you and your business.


Those who sell to the consumer - the end user of products and services. 

Dues are $195 per year.


Businesses selling to other businesses. Wholesalers exhibit at TNNA trade shows.

Dues are based on annual revenue and range from $395 to $995 per year.


Provide services or materials in support of the needlearts industry. 

Dues are $195 per year.


Pursuing studies related to the needlearts industry.

Dues are $30 per year.



TNNA strives to provide our membership and the needlearts community with the resources, tools, and connections you need to better run your business and succeed in our industry. In order to provide our members with the tools they value, TNNA recognized that a change needed to be made to better serve our membership. As such, effective October 1, 2017, the membership structures and fees for the organization will be raised to better reflect association best practices and a structure that will allow TNNA over time to enhance our offerings, provide more value, and better serve our membership.

For more information, please read the letter to the membership sent by TNNA President-Elect, Don Lynch.