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This helped me a lot, trying to "just tie" an overhand loop leaves a lot to imagination, I was using too short a piece and it kept slipping. I am very Thankful to Guy on this Thanksgiving Day, maybe I can perform Kundalini tonight. Kundalini thread is the yellow tint "spandex" thread.
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I also wanted to add that this is a great thread. The initial handling that guy showed is by far the best method I've seen to have a strong knot. It seemed like all of the other methods seemed to slip real easy. I prefer to use tape while making this as the wax I have clings very easy to other parts of the loop.
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Hi every1, I want to buy IET for making loops and I am looking for cheap thread which is quit "invisible" and allow to move pen, perform haunted deck 1.6/4 and simple stuff. Please help me. what do you think about it? http://www.ellusionist.com/invisible-ela......0ft.html
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The image for tying a loop in the original post no longer loads and appears to have been lost.

Is that just me? Does any else have the picture from the original post?
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I do not see the image as well
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It appears that the problem is that the image hosting web site, Stage Two Magic, is no longer up.

http://www.stagetwomagic.com/loopknots.jpg
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Hi guys, I'm reviving this post because I'm in need of some loops to keep my children entertained during this crazy pandemic. Anybody has the original drawings for this? Or another source to remind me of the method? Thanks!
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I too am looking for the original picture from this thread. If some one could post it or private message me, it would be greatly appreciated!
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