Ruta Pixie Belt & PDF Sale

My most recently finished version of the Pixie Pocket Belt design is all about bright, sunny yellows and saturated greens! Each of these belts I make are inspired by plants, crocheting a richly textured piece with fiber art elements fit to be worn by the spirits of the plants themselves. "Ruta" is the name of... Continue Reading →

Lotus Mandala Throw Pattern

So approximately 8 billion years ago, my very first post here on Morale Fiber Blog was the free pattern for the Lotus Mandala Throw Blanket. It's a doily-esque scrappy project that I originally designed in 2014, published for the first time in 2015, and is the predecessor to my now-popular Lotus Vest and Lotus Duster... Continue Reading →

Domovoy Cap

Do you think I've made enough pointy hat designs by now? I don't! 🙂 Keep for details and for the FREE crochet pattern instructions for this hat, or if you want to support my art directly, consider buying the portable, printable, ad-free PDF version of this pattern! It's available in my Ravelry Store and Etsy... Continue Reading →

Morel Mushroom Video

I'm very pleased to bring you all another a full length, real-time crochet tutorial video today! This one demonstrates the making of my Morel Mushroom secret pouch, a cute fungus shaped pocket on a chain loop with an adjustable mushroom cap topper. The written pattern for this handy project is available for free on my... Continue Reading →

Acanthus Top Leafy Fringe

Recently I've been making a lot of halter tops (hello, 90 degree weather!) and my latest version of last summer's debut pattern the Acanthus Top was so deep green and foresty that I had to add a little extra somethin' somethin'.. That leafy fringe across the bottom utilizes the Quirky Leaf Motif, an element that... Continue Reading →

Cottage Vest

I'm so pleased to have finally arrived at yet another pattern debut! This design has a bit of a backwards history, since it originally started as a draft for a more complicated pattern (much like my Priestess Coat) - but turned out to have such a different silhouette and structure from the final version, I... Continue Reading →

Sol Halter Top Updates

The weather has been turning my mind toward hot sunny days - indeed, it was up to almost 70 in the sunshine yesterday - and this inevitably results in crocheting halter tops! I've started toying with a new design recently but couldn't resist diving into some old patterns too. After all, I had a half-finished... Continue Reading →

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