Juggling cloth

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A juggling cloth is a very light, square nylon cloth with an edge length of approx. 70 cm. It is one of the objects of throw juggling and is juggled in similar juggling patterns like a ball: cascade, backward cascade and columns are among the basic patterns that can be juggled well with three cloths. In many juggling treatises, cloth juggling is described as the pedagogical way of juggling, because cloths enable quick successes. At the same time, through the slow speed of fall, the learner understands the trajectories that are later possible with balls, rings or clubs.