First Anniversary Blog Sale

Hey, it’s been a year for Morale Fiber Blog! I will definitely get to the part where I talk about how much I’ve learned and how grateful I am, but first – the sale info!

To celebrate this blog existing for a whole year, I am offering 15% off ANYTHING in my Etsy shop, patterns included! This sale is exclusively for you blog readers as a thank you for all the kind comments and support I’ve received – just use the code MFBLOG1 to get 15% off until January 30th!

For those of you interested in spinning, this is a great opportunity to snag one of my hand-dyed rovings, including my two new braids, Bramble and Nebula:

I’ve also got my brand new pattern, the Boho Fringe Poncho, available for UNDER 5 BUCKS using the coupon code…

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… or save $12 on the finished product!

I couldn’t be more grateful for all the great feedback and support I’ve received through this blog, including but not limited to those who have followed me almost from the very beginning, everyone who has clicked and commented on the patterns and tutorials I’ve entered into the link parties, and all the crafty individuals who have purchased patterns & supplies from me – providing me with the monetary resources to continue funding my little business.

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Not to mention my staunchest supporter, the man who regularly begs me to buy more yarn.

Back in 2011, when I set up my first vendor stand at a local festival, I knew making and selling my art was going to be my passion – because I saw the things I sold that festival made people happy. Through the next 4 years I continued crafting and crocheting, occasionally selling my pieces within my friend group and festival family who went out of their way to share their kindness and enthusiasm with me.

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A picture of me during my first photoshoot in 2011…. back when all of my stock fit in one tiny vintage suitcase.

I’ve come a long way in developing Morale Fiber this year – in writing, photo editing, and promotion as well as my actual fiber art skills! Selling my designs as patterns had been my goal for years, and I will never forget the excitement I felt when I sold my first pattern. I guess the point of all this schmaltzy rambling is that everyone involved – friends, family, readers, customers – has made me keep believing in myself.

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Morale Fiber, 2011

Truly it is my morale that has been lifted. But fear not! The crocheting will continue.

-MF

 

 

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2 thoughts on “First Anniversary Blog Sale

  1. Well, the crochet community is richer because of you and others like yourself, who take the time and make the effort – day after day, week after week, month after month.
    And I think it important to let you – and others – know that those of us who cannot blog, cannot design, etc. are so very grateful that you do! Because of you and those like you, we ‘newbies’ or less talented are able to increase our own abilities, and thus create projects for others – and for ourselves – that we could NOT do without you.

    So THANK YOU! and please, if you can, please keep up ‘the good fight’! We need talented folks like you to show us the ropes…to teach, to “hold our hands” – to inspire!

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    • Wow! I can’t tell you how much that means to me…Thank you so much! My own skills were built on the contributions of awesome crochet community members who came before me. It’s really a great and inspiring thing to be a part of! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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