A while back, I was talking sheep with Diana, a fellow knitter and shepherd.  She described a long unfinished sweater and she was stuck because she didn’t know how to do the three-needle bind-off. (If you don’t either, watch this!)

That broke my heart – this beautiful sweater that no one gets to wear because of a technique?

We can fix that.

We can teach you how to do these things.

We can help you finish that beautiful sweater – or hat or mittens or scarf or shawl – that you have worked so hard to make and deserve to wear.

And we can do this together.

But Erin, you’re in NY and I’m in … California or Australia or Israel or Switzerland or Minnesota…  (Yes, we have members there and a lot of other places too!)

We’ve got that covered.  Pop on over to Facebook.com/groups/MorehouseFarm and request to join. Answer the secret question (what’s the difference between a knit and a purl?) and voila! You’re in!

(Not into social media?  We’re working on an even better option.  Add your email here: www.morehousefarn.com/flock to get one of the first invitations as soon as it’s ready!)

Each month we pick a different project to learn or practice a technique. Join in as your spirit and schedule permit – we don’t have any requirements other than one simple rule: be excellent to each other.

Each day of the Knitalong, we’ll post a goal for the day. Sometimes it’s specific pattern instruction (rounds 1-5), sometimes it’s a length of time (find yourself 15 minutes to knit), or whatever seems fun that day (including a rest or catch-up day). As techniques are introduced, we’ll add videos to MorehouseFarm.com/tutorials and our YouTube Channel so you have a permanent reference library.

These Knitalongs are for YOU, so knit along at your own pace. Speed up if you get a chunk of time or long car ride, slow down if life gets too busy.

Ask questions. Give answers. Provide encouragement. Find success.

See you there!

P.S. Make sure you’re on our email list so you get the word when we’re about to start a new Knitalong!

Click here to see the Morehouse Flock knitalong projects