Performer borrows a white handkerchief in order to show them a trick with a 'needle and thread'. He then produces the needle and has a spectator thread it with a piece of rope. He then pushes the needle thru the center of the handkerchief and pulls the 'thread' thru after it. This leaves a jagged hole which he trims with a pair of scissors. Handkerchief is finally shown undamaged.
1st edition 1974; 1st digital edition 2015, 3 pages, 20 illustrations.
word count: 1086 which is equivalent to 4 standard pages of text