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Sunday, April 1, 2007

TNNA Survey

In one of the online forums, a notice was posted about a survey sponsored by The National Needlearts Association (TNNA). No personal information is asked. It looks like they're just trying to understand more about needleworkers' preferences and trends in the market.

It seems to me that this can only help the shop owners reach more customers. And if more customers are reached, fewer shops will close.

I encourage everyone to spend a few minutes to answer the American Needlearts Survey. I have no affiliation with TNNA, but just believe that this might help keep our shops open and our work alive!


Kimberly said...

Thanks for the link, that was fun :)

Jeanne W. said...

I thought so too, even though it made me look at my needlework spending in Quicken - OUCH! I was a little irritated that they listed needlepoint and cross stitch as the only potentially counted items. A lot of my work falls outside these boundaries, but I guess they didn't want to confuse the casual needleworker with specific terms (i.e. hardanger, blackwork, multi-stitch samplers, etc.)