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I have just received my set of Vernet Thimbles and I've been having a blast playing with them, and I'm really beginning to get good at manipulating them.

Anyway, my question is, What is good patter for a thimble routine?

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I really don't use patter in the short routine I do with thimbles now, it's kind of like a Cardini act, the thimbles show up, they annoy me, and I can't get rid of them. Maybe 2-3 minutes at the most.
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I use very little patter with my thimble routine. Most of the noise is coming from the popping of the thimbles ala John Ramsey. My routine is best seen closeup.

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In "Digital Effects: The Magic Of Joe Mogar", Steve Beam has a number of patter suggestions for how to introduce thimbles into a performance. This book also has very detailed descriptions of many and varied moves with thimbles.
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