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The Fling


Three years ago I decided to design a wrap that one could fling on and off and that would stay in place without the use of a shawl pin.  While shopping in Saint Louis, I noticed this scarf that undulated in and out.  I though I could do that same concept with a shawl.  The idea for “The Fling” was hatched.


Once I made it, I decided that it would be wise to write down the pattern while it was still fresh in my mind.  Once I had the pattern done, I had to figure out what to do with it. 


I first ran it past  They didn’t want it.  I guess my crowd wasn’t right.  So one the computer it sat, for about a couple of years.  I decided that it seemed right to just share it with other knitters and just get it out there.


My daughter Michelle and I are both members of Ralvery.  She is a serious member, but I not really.  Yesterday morning, I turned my pattern into a PDF and uploaded it to Ralvery as a free pattern.  Guess I now see the value of Ralvery.  I had been amazed by how many down loads it has gotten. 


My next pattern project will be turning “The Flock” into a PDF, which means rewriting it top to bottom and getting it uploaded. However, it will not be free.   The price will be the same as it always was.


And Ralvery? - I just found a mother-load of free Barbie patterns to knit from Europe.  Ah, some day…………..Think I am hooked on Ralvery.  It you are a Ralvery member or a future Ralvery member, feel free to find me.  I am Meadowtree and please visit me at to read more.

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Comment by Susan the Blue Lake Knitter on July 10, 2012 at 11:22am
It won't be for a knitting and spinning table is FULL...but I will let you know when I finish it.
Comment by Teresa Gardner on July 10, 2012 at 11:10am

Susan, can't wait to see your version.  Make sure you put on here or Ralvery and let me know when you do.

Comment by Susan the Blue Lake Knitter on July 10, 2012 at 7:31am
Just downloaded the pattern... LOVE it. And I have the perfect yarn in my stash to use. It will make a great carry along project. Simple, but ingenius! Thanks again.
Comment by Susan the Blue Lake Knitter on July 10, 2012 at 6:33am

Teresa, That is lovely. Thanks for sharing your pattern. Off to Ravelry to find it.

Comment by Teresa Gardner on July 9, 2012 at 3:49pm

Peggy thanks, It certainly wasn't doing anyone any good sitting on my computer!

Comment by Peggy Stuart on July 9, 2012 at 8:25am

Great idea! And thanks for being generous with your talents!

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