Surprise! I Have ANOTHER Question!

I know at some point all you wonderful bloggers are going to throw your hands up, scream “Enough Already!” and quit giving me fee advice. Here’s to hoping I haven’t hit that wall yet! πŸ˜‰

So here it is:
I received an email asking me questions about TNNA – which I know nothing about. After looking at their website I don’t feel any smarter or helpful. Hopefully this is where you awesomely kind and knowledgeable bloggers come in. So here are her questions:

1. What is TNNA?
2. Do you need to be a member?
3. How do you become a member?
4. Is it like the Knitters Guild?
5. Do you have to own a business?
6. Is there anywhere I can find more information about it than just their website?

Any and all comments, suggestion or words of encouragement that I can pass on would be greatly appreciated!

Oh…I’ve been knitting too!


More on knitting when I get a day off – hopefully Sunday. Also, if you are doing October’s #yarnpadc you can keep up to date with my pics on Instagram, although my plan (oh how good I am at planning!) is to do a weeks worth of photos every weekend.

Well friends and neighbors it’s time I get back to work…:( Miss all your shenanigans and can’t wait to catch up with all if you!

46 thoughts on “Surprise! I Have ANOTHER Question!

  1. Ginny

    I have no idea what TNNA is. Hopefully someone will know and we all can be in the loop πŸ™‚ Your knitting looks fabulous! I love the color and the cables are awesome!

    1. allnightknits Post author

      Thank you! They’re a pain but they’re 1. Reversible and 2. Something I’ve never tried before.
      It’s fun trying new things….most of the time πŸ˜‰

      1. monsteryarns

        Wow! Really??
        OK! I’m game.
        What would you like?
        Just made some alpaca mittens which will go on the blog this week. I can do those in any colour from the shop!
        Or a hat? Got one of those going up too. In bamboo and silk. Got that in three colours.
        I have some new stock….

          1. monsteryarns

            Why not? We can’t help where we live.
            And we can be sensible with the size/weight plus it is Christmas coming up.
            But you have to tell me what colours you like. And recalling your post about your first swap (! that was funny) be sensible in what we send…

  2. lottieknits

    Afraid I can’t help with TNNA (didn’t even know what it stood for) but maybe there is a group on Ravelry about it? If it was me I probably would have just said a polite ‘sorry I don’t know’ by now 😳 well done on going the extra mile!

      1. lottieknits

        Ah, I see, I’ve seen designers mention it before on Ravelry and I guessed it was some sort of big trade fair type thing in America but I decided that as I would lack the necessary finances to even consider going it wasn’t worth worrying about!

        1. allnightknits Post author

          It was held here in Columbus a few months ago and I didn’t know what it was. I heard about on the Knitmore Girls Podcast, didn’t know what it was. Then this email seemed serendipitous that I just go help her figure out what it was.

      1. Rob's Surf Report

        I tried a pattern calling for a yarn over on a twisted rib that’s six stitches wide and it left huge holes in the fabric and I suspect it’s because I knit combined, rather than English or continental. I got it to work today with a four stitch wide rib, probably because there’s no yarn overs. But it’s like contortionism to do it.

        1. allnightknits Post author

          Right? Without ruining the post I am doing on Wednesday? (I dunno, I’m writing them all right now) my lifeline broke and I had to frog 5 feet of this stupid, stupid scarf. I was heartbroken and saying things that would make a sailor blush.
          I am going to try to master straight brioche before I try to add in a stupid cable. I mean, sl1, yo, k2tog….how the hell can you pick all that up if you screw up?

          Diatribe over.

          For now πŸ˜‰


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