Every year, professionals in the yarn and needlecraft industry get together for a trade show called TNNA. It's being held in Columbus this year, and I'm packing my bags today. The first time I went to TNNA was the time I met my sweet VeVe, and I have been lucky to have made many more dear friends there since then. I am so looking forward to seeing them and also to getting a taste of what's coming this fall from our favorite yarn companies and designers.
Regular readers may recall that last year I was greeted on arrival by the Koigu folks, and promptly presented with an inflatable man. It makes one wonder what this year will bring...
I will try to post updates as the weekend goes by, although I'll probably have more luck posting to Facebook in little bursts than an entire blog post (although I'll make up for it with some nice chatty posts when I get back).
In the meantime, I'm going to throw out there a question for you: other than book reviews and previews of coming books & yarns (and stories about Little Miss), what would YOU like me to blog about? I find that because I'm working on a new book, my knitting will all tend to be stuff that I can't really blog about. One idea I had was to blog about the general process of writing a book as I go along; would you be interested in reading my take on it? Please do leave suggestions in the comments. Of course, requests for cell phone photographs of my crotchal region will be soundly ignored. I'm not that big of a weiner.