Thimble Collectors International holds a convention every two years. The 2018 convention, held in Alexandria, Virginia, is where TCI celebrated its 40th Anniversary. The convention was hosted by the Capital Area Thimble Society (CATS) and it was well attended. Those in attendance had a wonderful time.
Visit the STORE to purchase this thimble and other official TCI merchandise. The Sterling silver 2018 Washington DC, convention thimble is stunning! Don’t delay if you wish to add one of these Limited Edition thimbles to your collection. The thimble was designed by TCI member, Nina Harby and made by Simons Bros.
The 2020 TCI Convention will be in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho with new dates of 2-5 June 2021. SAVE THE DATES. This convention will be hosted by the Nimble Fingers Thimble Club (NFTC). To attend a TCI convention, you must be a member in good standing (or the guest of the attending member) and staying at the designated convention hotel. Convention delegates take advantage of our convention rate for the hotel which applies for three (day) before and three (3) days after a convention.
For more information about the 2020 (2021) convention, please contact Mary Agnes Mosher, VP Conventions.
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If you have never attended a convention, you are missing out on a lot of fun. The sales mall is where you will find fabulous treasures to add to your collection. The thimble and needlework tool programs are always informative. Best of all … you get to meet new collectors and catch up with old friends who travel from different states within the USA and from around the world.
For members of TCI: Convention Registration is now officially OPEN. Please login to the Members Only side of the website to find convention information and all forms. An e-blast has been sent to all members with information on how to find the convention information on the Members Only side of the website. The final banquet theme has also been included on the convention page in Members Only. If you are experiencing difficulty logging in, please contact Irene Schwall for assistance.