Our Mission

The National NeedleArts Association advances its community of businesses by encouraging the passion and leadership for needlework through education, industry knowledge exchange and a strong marketplace.

Our Vision

The National NeedleArts Association is dedicated to the vision of successful independent businesses inspiring needlework and fiber crafts in every community every day.

Our Bylaws

The TNNA Membership approved the bylaws and are effective as of October 1, 2019. Click Here to View the Bylaws

Our Code of Conduct

This TNNA Code of Conduct outlines principles for all TNNA members to adhere to and uphold as well as specific types of conduct that are either required or prohibited. Violations of the TNNA Code of Conduct may result in disciplinary action. The TNNA calls upon its members to follow high ethical standards relating to integrity and respect for the rights, dignity, and diversity of others.

Although this Code of Conduct provides standards of conduct for many situations, it does not cover all possible situations that may arise. Accordingly, all members are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the spirit and letter of this Code of Conduct and to avoid even the appearance of improper behavior. This Code of Conduct may be amended at any time by majority vote of the TNNA Board of Directors.

Our Structure

As a membership organization, TNNA offers you, the industry professional, the opportunity to take an active role in shaping our industry. The association’s structure has been created to enable people from all the needle work disciplines to come together, voice their needs, opinions and concerns, and help mold a successful future. 

The National NeedleArts Association (TNNA)
P.O. Box 31542
Philadelphia, PA 19128

TNNA is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

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