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Where can one acquire a chiffon type "silk"for Ammar Coins through silk? - So far I have checked eBay and the Ammar website- I'm specifically looking for a white silk so it will not clash with any of my attire- sorry for my ignorance- I'm coming off a long lay-off
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How big does it have to be? Most magic dealers have silks in tons of colors, like this one: https://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S8075
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What you're looking for is sheer chiffon. Amazon has a number of scarves made out of that material.
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Https://www.amazon.com/Satinior-Chiffon-......&sr=8-15

This is the one I sent for and like it. Check out the size. You have a selection of colors also.
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The one I use was a thrift-store find - actual silk. It was part of a hat and they would not sell it separately, so I had to pay $3.00 for the whole thing.
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I have a few of the actual ones Michael Ammar sold on his site that I use. However, I snagged a book on juggling with some hacks sack type balls and a red, a blue and a yellow that work too (they are 12” x 12”). The plus is… they have hems which is the hardest part of a DIY with the material you can get at a fabric shop. Here is the set I got (I got it at a local store). You can also google juggling scarves and find many sources.

https://www.google.com/search?q=learn+to......Y_yVANPM
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On May 13, 2022, Poof-Daddy wrote:
I have a few of the actual ones Michael Ammar sold on his site that I use. However, I snagged a book on juggling with some hacks sack type balls and a red, a blue and a yellow that work too (they are 12” x 12”). The plus is… they have hems which is the hardest part of a DIY with the material you can get at a fabric shop. Here is the set I got (I got it at a local store). You can also google juggling scarves and find many sources.

https://www.google.com/search?q=learn+to......Y_yVANPM


Too late to edit. The balls are hacky sac type and the “red, blue & yellow” are silks that work for the coin routine.
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They sell juggling silk separately, although it looks like you have to buy a few.
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As always, Dan Ford pretty much nailed it. Done Deal.

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Thanks for all the responses! Problem solved -
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