In 1896 ‘The Strand’ magazine reported that the illusionist David Devant had ‘electrified the audience’ at the Egyptian Hall (in London) with his dexterous displays of paper folding. The paper folding in question was a technique known as ‘Troublewit’ in which a large sheet of stiff paper, which has been pre-creased into a geometric grid, is quickly manipulated into many remarkable forms. Troublewit may well have originated in China.
At long last a quality large ten inch white Troublewit.
The new kit comes with the folded prop, plus a complete 30 page book on how to fold the paper into many designs.
Kit also includes routines by Sid Lorraine, Jim Rielly, and others. DVD Included