The Great Big Bag Escape

It's time for you to learn about a new power tool for your workshop- the sewing machine. With it, you can quickly and easily construct a great big cloth bag. Add a grommet pounding tool and you can seal the bag with ropes, with you inside to make your spectacular escape.

"I didn't even know what a grommet was when I started making this bag escape. I soon learned how to use a sewing machine to make the cloth bag, and to hammer grommets like a pro. I was just 13, so if I can do it, so can you!" - Qua-Fiki

Qua-Fiki begins with a history of bag escapes in general so you will be able to appreciate where the Great Big Bag Escape (invented by Jim Gerrish specifically for Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki to perform when he first joined the Wiz Kids) came from and the subtle differences that make it easy to perform off-stage as well as on.

The e-Book begins with Houdini's Paper Bag escape, Fu-Manchu's Phantom Bag Illusion, U.F. Grant's 1966 Sack-X and Jim Gerrish's 1970 Sack Illusion, ending with the Great Big Bag Escape.

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