thread your way through

thread (one's) way through (something)

To move carefully between people or things that are numerous and close together. We threaded our way through the crowd to reach the front of the stage. You'll have to thread your way through the clutter in the storeroom to reach the circuit breaker at the back.
See also: thread, through, way

thread your way through (something)

move through a place by moving round and between people or things: I threaded my way through the busy streets.
See also: thread, through, way