The Greatest Show on Earth

Roll up, roll up!

Fantastic feats of daring.

Glitter.

Glamour.

A colourful display to remember for the rest of your life.

Danger!

Novelty!

And all accomplished without the aid of a safety net!

Yes,  your woolgatherer is…. performing amazing feats with a {gasps from the audience} crochet hook!

OK. My work is small, and imperfectly formed – but I am biting the bullet and attempting this amazing feat with just the aid of the odd online tutorial and a very basic “recipe” (written in a totally alien language)

Pictures? You want pictures?

Later. I have only two hands and I need four for crochet. At least.

Other WIPpage is still under wraps. Sorry. There has been lots of it, I must say. I am achieving amazing productivity levels.

PS the new Twist Collective is out. I love the Jaina cardigan, and there are a couple of sweaters that I fancy, too: Corinth (practical) Eira (simple, classic) Wetherell (everyday useful). I seem to be off lace triangles and socks for now, for nothing enchants me in this edition. There is however a useful article comparing a variety of increase stitches.

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