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In this day and age, it isn’t just about picking up the phone, I’m on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Ravelry if you want to connect or just say “hello.”

If you have no immediate need to talk with me, but wish to see more of what I’m about, you can follow me on Twitter, @FreckledPast or on Pinterest, @EvinOK. Of course, good old-fashioned e-mail is also a good way to contact EvinOK. So, drop me a line and start the conversation!



  1. Doreen O' Mahony says:

    Hi Erin,

    I hope you’re well? Some time ago you did a lovely piece on Fresco Eaterie and Bistro in UCC. I’m helping them to organise the official launch on Wednesday 22nd Aug at 6:30pm. I was hoping that I could have your address so that I can send you an official invite?


    Doreen O’ Mahony (@dorasbeag)

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  4. May Bo says:

    I’m a mommy who recently moved to Ireland for a few months blogging about living in Ireland too! Thanks so much for the American food links… getting desperate for some American food.

  5. Michelle Silenzio Cicirello says:

    Glad to see that you have become a sucessful writer since our CHC days. Hope this message finds you well.

  6. Margaret says:

    I was looking at your tea cosy pattern, your site passed me onto Ravelry but it’s tells you everything about the pattern, the wool etc but no actual pattern, can you please let me have a copy of the pattern or update the site so everyone who wants the pattern can get it.
    Many thanks

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