en·tan·gle (n-tnggl) tr.v. en·tan·gled, en·tan·gling, en·tan·gles
1. To twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; snarl.
2. To complicate; confuse.
3. To involve in or as if in a tangle.
So… I had a little knitting accident….
Model : Jillian Boyd
Material : Sirdar Supersoft Aran
My entry for Sinful Sunday’s One Word competition – the word being “entangled”
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