Göttinger Opernball is a variation on Phoenician Waltz with 2 extra manipulators! This pattern is invented in Göttingen.
Chippy-Zippy is a combination of two existing patterns. Zippy (invented by Dr. Ed) and Chippy (the Zippy variation with a chop). Because both manipulators manipulate on their own beats it works pretty good together. The base pattern, a 9 club PPS runaround stays the same as in Zippy and Chippy.
Yes, it is possible to combine crossed scrambleds. And it’s much more fun because you do all the parts of the pattern whilst the four-person patterns are a bit one-sided. Here you can see the combination of crossed V and crossed 3.
If you want to make it easier, you can go in the other direction instead of running around the feeder.
As in all the crossed scrambleds there is this one extra self to make the pattern ambidextrous.
Playing around with the “Ice Cream Factory” that is “Ivy” on “V”, we noticed a “magic club” that is never thrown. Usually that means we´ll get the beer out, soon… Well, there being a pandemic on the go, we decided to not break all rules and drink from a single bottle but to rather clean our clubs before handing them to the next person. Enjoy!
Kittens is a pattern from a very small passing convention in Perth, Australia in 2012. Havana feed was popular there and them and some jugglers invented a way to put a manipulator in.
A walk in the pattern is a combination of scrambled sAiBcA and B (iBcBsA). This is a combination that was deemed “impossible” because both manipulators interact with B on beat 2 and with A on beat 3.
A nice pattern we juggled at Hamburg Juggling Convention 2018. It’s a combination of two scrambled V variations with two manipulators.