Welcome to Morale Fiber Blog!

From here you can navigate to all my offerings for Morale Fiber – independent fiber artist and crochet pattern designer 🙂 (For more on who I am, see my About Page!) I created this post to make finding what you’re looking for easier. Let’s start with everyone’s favorite:

Free Patterns

The Free Patterns page is a running list of all the free crochet patterns, and they are all available published here for easy viewing- No extra downloads, sign-ups, or anything 😉
I also have a page for my Crochet Tutorials!

Some of my most popular free patterns right now are the Novella Shawl (pictured above top), the Basic Bralette (above bottom), the Lotus Mandala Duster (below top or left) and the Elf Coat (below bottom or right).

As a self-publishing artist I make most of my income from sales of my PDF crochet patterns through Ravelry and Etsy. If you really want to support what I do, check out my running list of crochet designs available as downloadable, printable, ad-free PDFs!

Paid Patterns

Some of my personal favorites are only available as PDF’s so it’s worth a look 🙂 Like the Flower Child Pullover (pictured above) or the Embla Vest (below left) and Cobweb Wrap (below right).

Questions?

If you have questions about any of the patterns I offer, I respond to messages regularly and would love to help! You can contact me here easily by leaving a comment on the page linked below, or contact me via Direct Message on any of my social media channels.

Pattern Help

Finally, if you’re here to just peruse through my ramblings on all things crafty, you can go back to the Home Page (or keep scrolling) to view all my blog posts starting with the latest!

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  1. I really appreciate that you share so many patterns for free! I found your site through a search for natural dye tips and I read a whole bunch of the free patterns that looked really professional!

  2. I found your site when looking up how to recycle yarn from a sweater (turns out I was using the kind that’s cut to shape–oops!) and I have fallen in love with your patterns! I’m already thinking about crocheting some of your cute festival wear over the holidays, to wear in the summer.

  3. I feel like such a tech dunce… is there a way to sign up to receive postings on your blog? Cheers!

    1. Hi Robin – not your fault! There used to be an easy e-mail sign-up button to get direct blog post updates, but I have recently remodeled the blog to a new layout and that button doesn’t exist in the new format. I’m currently trying to figure out how to get it (or something similar) back! <3 Thanks for your patience, I’ll try to get that fixed ASAP 🙂 🙂

      1. Thank you! Could you please simply manually add me to your emailing list? I think my email is embedded in this message, but if not, let me know…

      2. Ah, see, unfortunately I don’t think there is a way for me to do that at the moment. All my direct e-mailing used to be handled by the interface of my old blog setup, but my new one doesn’t have the option and I can’t find an alternative anywhere. They seem to want me to use a subscription service now.. Is there any social media you use that you can follow me on, possibly 🙂

      3. Thanks, Regina! I’m not on social media but I’ll check back on your blog from time to time and keep looking for that sign-up button. Your work is amazing. Cheers!

      4. Thank you! I was afraid of that, unfortunately the way the digital world is moving, there are fewer and fewer options for promoting independent artwork that don’t involve signing up for separate “free” service that then only gives you so much for free before they start requiring you to pay fees. This is as true for Facebook as it is for WordPress (since they now don’t offer me an e-mail signup service other than Mailchimp, apparently, which only gives you so much capacity at the “free” tier)
        Thanks so much for understanding!

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