By setting a new world record for crocheting, a local BBC radio station hopes to go down in history.
To break the record for the most crocheters working at once, BBC Radio Derby is looking for volunteers.
According to the station, 605 participants were required if they were to surpass the previous record.
On April 30, 2017, The Singleton Crafters in New South Wales, Australia, succeeded in doing that.
The radio station is attempting the record to cap off a successful campaign that asked listeners to knit or crochet blankets for those in need.
More than 1,800 blankets have already been distributed throughout Derbyshire and East Staffordshire as part of the appeal, which is open until the end of February.
The station's executive producer, Rachael Gilchrist, said: "The response from our listeners to the Make a Blanket appeal was phenomenal and caught all of us off guard.
The recipients of these blankets have been overwhelmed by the generosity of the hundreds of people who donated their time and talents to make them.
"Many have said it feels like getting a hug," they said.
"We were looking for a way to commemorate the conclusion of the appeal, and inviting people to this attempt to break the world record seemed like a wonderful way to say thank you to everyone who participated.
"But obviously, we need a lot of people, so it's open to anyone who wants to play a role in shaping history. ".
At least 605 crocheters must work together for 15 minutes in order to beat the previous record.
An adjudicator for Guinness World Records, Jack Brockbank, will be present.
He declared: "We have an impartial crochet expert who will keep an eye on the crowd, and stewards will be keeping an eye on the crocheters.
"Everyone must participate fully and to the best of their abilities in order to maintain the spirit of the record.
If successful, I'll be handing out a brand-new Guinness World Records certificate that evening. ".
The record will be proposed for consideration for inclusion in the upcoming Guinness World Records book if it is achieved.
On February 24, at Derby Arena, the attempt is scheduled to begin at 15:00 GMT.
Participants must be able to crochet for 15 minutes and bring their own wool or yarn and crochet hooks.
Anyone interested in participating can email or visit www.bbc.co.uk/radioderby and click the Make a Difference button.
Visit to learn more about the Make a Difference Make a Blanket initiative. www.radioderby.co.uk of the BBC. and select the Make a Blanket Appeal button. Additionally, there is information on. Facebook. and . Instagram.