A 36" solid color silk produced from an unprepared newspaper
is flicked into the air. A second silk of a different color visibly
appears attached to the first! This is repeated five or six times. Each appearing silk is slightly smaller than the last, and the final
silk is but 6" square. Then, as an unexpected climax, this tiny
silk changes into a giant yard square!
Seven solid colored silks (one each 6", 12", 15", 18", 24", 27",
and 36") are required for this internationally famous routine.
An eighth silk (36") is needed if the deluxe finish of a change of a 6" silk to a 36" square is desired.