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touchBRONZE Member member 61 posts Location: London (S.E), England (UK)
Posted: I swing poi but have taken up staff to improve my performance. I normally put my poi tails on my staff but they seem to like each other too much, and end up in a tangled mess. Also it gets to a stage of the night when changing them back is a task not to be tackled. Any bright ideas that involve an interchangable poi-staff combination, it would be a great help to me.THANK YOU.------------------peace, love and light*TOUCH*
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pjmember 277 posts Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Posted: I'd be willing to bet that a 1" by 4" strip of velcro would hold the tails to either poi or staff quite nicely no matter how hard you spin. Not only is velcro so easy to use, but it is fun to play with, too!-p.