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Andy Young
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On Nov 30, 2020, Hayre wrote:
This is totally original. and brilliant. It is not just a fountain with a streamer ending. It is wonderful new concept where the fountain and the streamer are one and the same. And the construction involves no sewing...it is one continuous piece. The type of thinking that breaks out of the 'same old way it was done before'
mold

I'm not sure new is anyways better.

How long does it take to set up?
FrankFindley
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On Dec 2, 2020, Andy Young wrote:
How long does it take to set up?


Per performance prep time is equivalent to traditional fountain for same amount of silk. Initial setup and maintenance time is far quicker than an initial fountain as there is no sewing or snaps involved. In fact, you can use the same method with square or diamond silks instead of streamers and it will work the same as a traditional fountain.

Want a longer fountain? Just add some more silks or another streamer to it. Need a smaller one for effects ala Jay Scott Berry? Just substitute in some of his diamonds. Want to add seasonal message silks in at end? Put them in. It literally only takes seconds.

This is one where the improvement in method is as equally valuable as the added effect. Though the added effect of the fountain transformation to a waterfall/rainbow is pretty powerful, especially in parlor situations.
Andy Young
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On Dec 3, 2020, FrankFindley wrote:
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On Dec 2, 2020, Andy Young wrote:
How long does it take to set up?


Per performance prep time is equivalent to traditional fountain for same amount of silk. Initial setup and maintenance time is far quicker than an initial fountain as there is no sewing or snaps involved. In fact, you can use the same method with square or diamond silks instead of streamers and it will work the same as a traditional fountain.

Want a longer fountain? Just add some more silks or another streamer to it. Need a smaller one for effects ala Jay Scott Berry? Just substitute in some of his diamonds. Want to add seasonal message silks in at end? Put them in. It literally only takes seconds.

This is one where the improvement in method is as equally valuable as the added effect. Though the added effect of the fountain transformation to a waterfall/rainbow is pretty powerful, especially in parlor situations.

It might be great, but I think it looks like a worst then a traditional fountain from the video. Maybe it didn't do it justice.
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