Date(s) - 02/10/2018
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Make Cordage: From Bark to Rope
As one of the common items we use in our daily lives, cordage (string, twine and rope) plays a significant roll in wilderness self-reliance. Early people used natural materials for this purpose to create the tools and other implements that enabled them to make shelter, hunt, trap and snare animals for food and clothing.
As a matter of survival, it’s no wonder why the skill to make cordage is one of the top-10 skills to master!
In this easy 2-hour workshop students are provided with the natural materials they need to learn the reverse wrap method to make cordage the primitive way.