In this instructable, I'm going to be showing you how to make fireballs that won't burn your hands while you hold them as long as you don't put your hands over the actual flames, just letting it roll in your hand so the bottom touches your hand or by holding it from the sides.
DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR INJURIES YOU INFLICT UPON YOURSELF OR OTHERS
Step 1: Materials
1) A piece of cotton (about 2.5 inches by 6 inches or so)
2) Cotton thread and a needle
4) Lighter or matches
5) Lighter fluid (from a supermarket or hardware store)
6) A good sense of knowledge about FIRE!!!
Step 2: Making the actual fireball
First, take your piece of cotton, it can be from a shirt or something, and cut a piece of about 2.5 inches to 6 inches. It doesn't have to be exact but this will make a good sized fireball. Afterwards, take that piece of cotton and roll it up into a ball, don't worry about it being tight enough now, you can tighten it after putting your cotton thread around it. Then, take about 5 to 6 feet of your cotton thread and put the needle through it. Once its connected, stick the needle through the rolled-up cotton "ball" and start wrapping the cotton thread around tightly to keep it from expanding and losing its shape. Once everything is nice and tight and the 5 or 6 feet of cotton thread is completely around the ball, stick it through the cotton ball one more time to make sure the thread doesn't break apart. Lastly, just cut off the excess thread and take out the needle.
Step 3: Adding the lighter fluid
Now take your fireball and start pouring the lighter fluid on it. It should absorb pretty quickly so don't overfill it or you could burn your hand from the excess lighter fluid that could fall off onto your hand. Now you're ready to light it!