The ends of a piece of rope are tied. The loop is cut into two separate ropes. The cut ends are tied, and wrapped around the hand. When unwrapped the ropes form a continuous ring, which is opened to show a long length of rope once again. This can be g
The performer is seen holding two ropes, one yellow and the other is red. He places the yellow rope on his shoulder. Now he ties a knot on the red rope. He takes the two ends of both the ropes and whirls the middle of the ropes. When
The ropes we supply are four times the thickness of standard magicians' rope, which makes them highly visible, especially on stage. The ropes stretch, shrink, are knotted (with knots visibly plucked off the rope), penetrate through your neck,
You show a rope that is half red and half yellow. You tie a knot on each color of the rope and the knots mysteriously change places. The yellow knot jumps onto the red rope and the red knot jumps on the yellow rope.
A white rope on your finger tips instantly turns bright blue or yellow! No cover, no switches, no moves - the rope does the magic for you! And there is more magic in the rope! This is the world's fastest trick. And we
Unique design allows the magician to first show a white rope and states that he would change the rope to any color. The rope is changed to red. The magician then changing the red rope into several ropes of many colors.
The performer displays a piece of white rope and offers to change it to any color selected by audience. The audience is asked to call out their favorite color. Let's say red. The magician passes his hand over the rope, and it changes
This is one of the finest rope routines ever conceived--and if you eved had the pleasure of seeing it performed by Chuck Stanfield, you know just what I mean! What begins as an apparent Professor's Nightmare ends
You won't believe your eyes! This trick practically works by itself! An ordinary length of rope is fed through the hole in a plastic block. The rope can be seen through cutout windows in the front of the block. When the two
A classic of magic! Imagine this: An examined piece of rope is cut into two pieces. The pieces are tied together and wrapped around the magician’s hand. When the rope is unwound, it has magically restored! If you