Old World Wisconsin Foundation

Our Products

Products. This year at TNNA, we are seeking new yarns - those that can't be purchased by consumers 'on-line', but those only available from the manufacturers through retail shops. We are seeking high-end, innovative, unique products to add to our inventory. We want to be able to provide the newest and best that is available.

Yarn - We offer a wide variety of yarn to choose from including (but not limited to): Brown Sheep; Sugar Bush; King Cole; Baah Yarns; Anzula; Mountain Colors; Kraemer; Queensland Collection; Patons; James G. Grett: Feza: Stacy Charles; Blackberry Ridge; and Cottage Collection. READ MORE >

Fiber - We carry a large selection of processed "ready to spin" fiber and roving including sheep wool. READ MORE >

Tools & Notions - It's no fun doing a project with tools that just don't work. No matter the task, good tools are essential to getting good results. We offer many tools and notions for today's fiber artist: knitting needles and crochet hooks; spinning wheels and supplies; drop spindles; weaving supplies; Denise To Go; and a complete line of notions from stitch markets to the latest in innovative fiber aides. READ MORE >

Rugs - Rug crafts are as varied as any needle craft. We carry tools and supplies for punch needle rugs. READ MORE >

Books & Patterns - We have hundreds of titles in stock from most of the major publishers. We are currently offering 40% off on all of our books! READ MORE >

Kits - Some customers don't want to deal with yarn and color selection. For them, we offer many projects in kit form - some complete with project bag! Selections include kits for knitters, loom-friendly products and needle felting kits. READ MORE >

Finished Goods - In addition to our selection of yarns, tools, and equipment, we carry a limited line of finished products. These items are made in our shop from a variety of natural and man-made fibers. Our hand-made finished goods include shawls; scarves; socks; hats; and fashion accessories. In addition, we carry fiber-related gift items. READ MORE >

Last but not least is Rob Cetner's entertaining account of "A Brief History of Crochet". While Rob is a master knitter, hand-spinner, and weaver, he's new to the crochet experience. But, if you visit the shop in the near future, you just might see him with a crochet hook in his hand!

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