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The Gypsy Thread is a classic trick used by sleight of hand magicians throughout the ages. It involves covering a very thin string that has been discretely attached to your eye. The thread itself is coiled and carefully hidden in between your thumb and index finger. When drawn out slowly it gives the impression of the thread being pulled out from the eye or eyelid itself!
The Aberdeen thread plays off the classic Gypsy thread, by truly making the trick its own. This calls for separating the thread into sections and then rejoining them, all with minimal sleight of hand.
With James Dickinson’s iteration of the Aberdeen thread trick, the pieces of string are shown to be separate. Then each one is neatly rolled into a tiny ball. At that point, you slowly pull the ends of the string to reveal that it has somehow been fully restored right before the spectator’s eyes. If it works with your act the spectator can even be allowed to examine the repaired thread and kept as a memento.