You can find her yarns and kits year-round at Anoka Fiber Works. As part of the Two Fish Fibers artist collaboration with Becka Rahn, you can also find her work at festivals and shows around the Twin Cities.
Goldfish Love Fibers yarns are made with an emphasis on supporting domestic farmers and embracing heritage breed wools. The hand-dyed yarns are produced at a small domestic fiber mill and dyed in small batches in Minneapolis. The fibers for her hand spun yarns are sourced primarily from small farms in the region and designed to show off the variety of textures and characteristics of individual sheep breeds.