Ranging from tricks and games to serious knotwork and netting, this volume offers more than 150 delightful and practical uses for string. In addition to illusions for magic shows and party games, it features 70 decorative and serviceable knots, plus craft applications for making rugs, chains, and oth... read more
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Ranging from tricks and games to serious knotwork and netting, this volume offers more than 150 delightful and practical uses for string. In addition to illusions for magic shows and party games, it features 70 decorative and serviceable knots, plus craft applications for making rugs, chains, and other items. 140 illustrations.
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