Upcoming classes

The most requested knitting journey of 2021 has been the making of socks THAT FIT.  And we have just the pair:   The Wanderly Socks, designed by Amy Snell the Devious Knitter in Morehouse Merino Gator yarn.

These sport-weight, unisex hiking socks are inspired by the wandering type of adventure – the kind that surprises and delights, even if you don’t always know what’s around the next bend.

​They come in 4 sizes so you can find the one that works for YOUR feet, and feature an afterthought heel so you can knit on in enjoyment and add that in later.  (Don’t be nervous – we did this with the Harriet projects!)

Small cables give the stretch of ribbing, with a little twist. (Yes. That’s really what they are and what they do!)

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Wanderly Socks KnitKit

Build Your Kit

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Wanderly Socks PDF Pattern

Just the Pattern Please

And, if you’ve ever wanted to learn the secrets of making socks that fit, this is the class for you!

Amy Snell the Devious Knitter joins us as a special guest instructor for a class based on her Wanderly Socks.

You’ll learn

– how to measure the foot for a perfect fit (even if the wearer isn’t there)

– how to adjust the number of stitches AND keep the pattern design consistent

– the advantages of toe-up vs. top-down

– the right cast ons and bind offs to make your sock seamles, stretchy, and stay up

– adding an afterthought heel

and more!

Here’s how it works:

1) Join the Morehouse Merino Flock at the Shepherd/ess level at www.MorehouseMerinoFlock.com
2) your membership is good for 30 days and includes

– the live virtual class session of your choice (Thursday or Saturday)

– 30 days of project support via

studio hours for one-on-one help

chat support

daily project goals with technique tutorials at your fingertips

virtual knit-ins so you can escape for an hour to spend the time doing something good for you in the company of like-minded crafters.
All for just $45!

You’ll also need Amy’s Wanderly Sock pattern. Both the pattern and kits are available at MorehouseFarm.com.

Can’t make the class – and still want support via chat and daily project goals with tutorials? Join as a Farmhand!

(If you’re already a Farmhand and want to take the class, log on via your computer and you’ll see the option to upgrade under ‘Teams’.)

3) A few days before your membership ends, you’ll get an email asking if you want to join in the next adventure or sit this one out. Join for the projects and techniques that interest you and you’ll find the support you need to be able to say “I MADE THIS!”




Join our Online Learning Community and take the class!