of fast or loose, how to knit a hard knot upon a handkercher, and to undo the same with words\nconverting square knot into slip knot\n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

Of fast or loose, how to knit a hard knot upon a handkercher, and to undo the same with words

der knoten im taschentuch\nno. 6, putting a knot in a handkerchief without letting go of the ends (knotting the arms first)\n unknown
1900
der amateurzauberer
Unknown

Der Knoten im Taschentuch

No. 6, putting a knot in a handkerchief without letting go of the ends (knotting the arms first)

to take two corners of a handkerchief, one in each hand, and tie a know in it without removing either hand\n\n unknown
1902
the modern conjurer
Unknown

To Take Two Corners of a Handkerchief, one in each Hand, and Tie a Know in it Without Removing either Hand

sympathetic silks\nbrief description, two sets of three handkerchiefs, second phase, named color unties\noswald rae
1929
more practical patter Oswald Rae

Sympathetic Silks

brief description, two sets of three handkerchiefs, second phase, named color unties

ireland's traveling knot\nknot travels from performer's silk to spectator's (single) silk, using ideal color change dye tube\nlaurie ireland
1931
ireland writes a book Laurie Ireland

Ireland's Traveling Knot

knot travels from performer's silk to spectator's (single) silk, using Ideal Color Change dye tube

annie cakley outdone! - or shooting the knot of one handkerchief into another\ntwo handkerchiefs on board, one with a knot, when pistol is fired, knot vanishes and appears on other handkerchief\nlaurie ireland
1936
ireland's yearbooks Laurie Ireland

Annie Cakley Outdone! - Or Shooting the Knot of One Handkerchief into Another

two handkerchiefs on board, one with a knot, when pistol is fired, knot vanishes and appears on other handkerchief

the "super" sympathetic silks\nsilks hanging from a rod, using a chair and a table, silk fall on their own\nedward victor\ng. w. hunter
1937
magic of the hands Edward Victor, G. W. Hunter

The "Super" Sympathetic Silks

silks hanging from a rod, using a chair and a table, silk fall on their own

on again off again\nsilks tied on ribbon, named color falls on floor, then all vanish from a tube and are produced again, as a climax all knotted silks fall\njoseph ovette
1944
tricks and illusionettes Joseph Ovette

On Again Off Again

silks tied on ribbon, named color falls on floor, then all vanish from a tube and are produced again, as a climax all knotted silks fall

sympathetic silks\n\nal baker\nmaster silk routine\nalexander de cova\nimproved master silk routine\nalexander de cova\nmaster silks\nalexander de cova
1945/27
tarbell course in magic - volume 4 Al Baker

"fourth dimension" silks\ntwo silks are tied together in center and come apart\nedwin tabor\nfourth-dimensional hanks\nedwin tabor
1948/27
tarbell course in magic - volume 5 Edwin Tabor

"Fourth Dimension" Silks

two silks are tied together in center and come apart

a quick opener\nthree tricks in thirty seconds, a knot appears in a silk, a golfball vanishes and reappears and a coin travels into a glass\nal leech
1952
manipulating with leech Al Leech

A Quick Opener

three tricks in thirty seconds, a knot appears in a silk, a golfball vanishes and reappears and a coin travels into a glass

a silk trick\nthree handkerchiefs are knotted together and the two knots placed in a glasses, knots dissolve\ndr. jacob daley\nreleaso\ndr. jacob daley
1954
the new phoenix 301-348 Dr. Jacob Daley

A Silk Trick

three handkerchiefs are knotted together and the two knots placed in a glasses, knots dissolve

the switch-over knot\ntwo handkerchiefs tied together, third brought to them, two other handkerchiefs are tied now\nsid miller\nsol hirsh\nswitch over\nsid miller\nsol hirsh
1954/27
tarbell course in magic - volume 6 Sid Miller, Sol Hirsh

The Switch-Over Knot

two handkerchiefs tied together, third brought to them, two other handkerchiefs are tied now

uncanny hanks\nfour silks tied on ribbon, one by one the specified knots dissolve and silks drop\ngeorge blake
1954/27
tarbell course in magic - volume 6 George Blake

Uncanny Hanks

four silks tied on ribbon, one by one the specified knots dissolve and silks drop

transit silks\nthree silks vanish behind screen, reappear knotted on wand when it is tossed in air, black art\nj. w. sarles
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 J. W. Sarles

Transit Silks

three silks vanish behind screen, reappear knotted on wand when it is tossed in air, black art

ghostly silks!\nthree handkerchiefs in three glasses, glasses are stacked, handkerchiefs penetrate glasses and end up knotted together\n pavel
1971
the compleat magick - volume 1 Pavel

Ghostly Silks!

three handkerchiefs in three glasses, glasses are stacked, handkerchiefs penetrate glasses and end up knotted together

introduction\neffect description, requirements,preparation, to hide the knots, set-up, performance\nlewis ganson
1977
the sympathetic silks Lewis Ganson

Introduction

effect description, requirements,preparation, to hide the knots, set-up, performance

fourth-dimensional hanks\nno. 71, two silks are tied together in center and come apart\nedwin tabor\n"fourth dimension" silks\nedwin tabor
1981
self-working table magic Edwin Tabor

Fourth-Dimensional Hanks

No. 71, two silks are tied together in center and come apart

dissolvo\ntwo silks tied together untie in glass\nkarl fulves\n slydini\ndissolvo\nkarl fulves\n slydini
1987
contemporary handkerchief magic - part two Karl Fulves, Slydini

q-dini\nperformer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted again\nkarl fulves\nitem in martin gardner's "encyclopedia of impromptu magic"\ninstanto\nkarl fulves
1987
contemporary handkerchief magic - part two Karl Fulves

Q-dini

performer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted again

Inspired by

item in Martin Gardner's "Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic"

think alike\nno. 29, three silks halfway in paper bag, chosen one receives a knot\nedward bagshawe
1988
self-working handkerchief magic Edward Bagshawe

Think Alike

No. 29, three silks halfway in paper bag, chosen one receives a knot

switch over\nno. 35, two handkerchiefs tied together, third brought to them, two other handkerchiefs are tied now\nsid miller\nsol hirsh\nthe switch-over knot\nsid miller\nsol hirsh
1988
self-working handkerchief magic Sid Miller, Sol Hirsh

Switch Over

No. 35, two handkerchiefs tied together, third brought to them, two other handkerchiefs are tied now

instanto\nno. 37, performer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted again\nkarl fulves\nq-dini\nkarl fulves
1988
self-working handkerchief magic Karl Fulves

Instanto

No. 37, performer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted again

dissolvo\nno. 34, two silks tied together untie in glass\nkarl fulves\n slydini\ndissolvo\nkarl fulves\n slydini
1988
self-working handkerchief magic Karl Fulves, Slydini

releaso\nno. 36, three handkerchiefs are knotted together and the two knots placed in a glasses, knots dissolve\ndr. jacob daley\na silk trick\ndr. jacob daley
1988
self-working handkerchief magic Dr. Jacob Daley

Releaso

No. 36, three handkerchiefs are knotted together and the two knots placed in a glasses, knots dissolve

separating knots\ntwo ropes together are knotted, knots separated, with single rope variation, with silks\nmitsunobu matsuyama\nmartin gardner
1995
arcane Mitsunobu Matsuyama, Martin Gardner

Separating Knots

two ropes together are knotted, knots separated, with Single Rope Variation, With Silks

master silk routine\n\nalexander de cova\nsympathetic silks\nal baker\nimproved master silk routine\nalexander de cova
1997
seminarunterlagen 1997 Alexander de Cova

improved master silk routine\n- die verbesserte variante\nalexander de cova\nsympathetic silks\nal baker\nmaster silk routine\nalexander de cova\nmaster silks\nalexander de cova
1998
secrets no. 2 Alexander de Cova

a left-handed hank has seven corners\nperformer proves that a silk has seven corner by tying them in pairs\ncharlie miller\nhatt & plate's "magicians' tricks and how they are done"\nstanyon's magic, august 1913, vol. 13 no. 11
2001
left-handed hank Charlie Miller

A Left-Handed Hank Has Seven Corners

performer proves that a silk has seven corner by tying them in pairs

Related to

Hatt & Plate's "Magicians' Tricks and How They Are Done"

master silks\nfurther improvement\nalexander de cova\nsympathetic silks\nal baker\nimproved master silk routine\nalexander de cova
2002
homemade magic Alexander de Cova

four squares and a knot\nsympathetic silks with only four silks and one knot, observation test presentation\nron bauer
2003
four squares and a knot Ron Bauer

Four Squares and a Knot

sympathetic silks with only four silks and one knot, observation test presentation