Please feel free to leave comments on any of the blog’s posts. I love to get feedback!

If you’d like to contact me privately, I can be found on both Ravelry and Plurk as fibernymph. Feel free to friend me there and send me messages!

Or, you can contact me by e-mail at fibernymph AT gmail DOT com.

7 Responses to Contact

  1. Kitty Haas says:

    Love your video audio podcast. I will be leaving you a 5 star shortly. I am the one who asked for a Trendle video. I was confused, now I know what a trendle is and that is not what I was thinking. For the life of me I can not remember what this type of spinning is called. It is a wood block with the spindle attached and you move the whorl with your foot. Of course I bought one and have not tried it yet. Too busy with my drop spindle and wheels. Keep up the good work.

  2. Sally Hendricks-Bauer says:

    I get a kick out of watching you. You brighten my day. You are a very pretty lady on the outside but most importantly you seem to be a beautiful person inside. Thanks!!!!

  3. Alice Gonyar says:

    I am looking for sock yarn like the fruit loop colorway seen on knit 1 heart 2 podcast. Do you have any available? Please reply to
    Alice G

  4. Kirsty says:

    Just a note to say hello and introduce myself, I’m Kirsty and I live in the New Forest in the UK. I follow The Knit Girllls and MSKnits, I really enjoy their videocasts and you come highly recommended. I’m on Ravelry as Shhhimcounting, I home-school my youngest son, the middle two are in college and one works in a traditional tearoom in our village as a chef. It is my 47th next week and my treat to myself is to take up spindle spinning. I am a monogamous knitter and I have Atlantic Storm by Svetlana Kolesova on my 3.5m of needles at the moment.

  5. blthames says:

    Lisa, I’m doubling up this message (here & on Rav). I was buying a skein of Raspberry semi-solid Bounce for a pair of socks and PayPal did for weird stuff so I’m not sure the order went through. Can you check and let me know.


  6. Tara-Lise Gagnon says:

    I really enjoyed watching your podcast, Killarney is so beautiful and holds a special place in my heart. Just a FYI if you have a chance you should check, I love her yarns, she is from that area and her yarn colourways are based on the beauty of the region.

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