Paracord Bracelets for All: Cobra Knots
In this one time class, the students will learn to measure their wrists for bracelets, create a paracord bracelet using knots, and with a parent's help, tidy up the ends of the cord for their project.
Jamye E Carr
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Class will provide step by step guidance via document camera on how to make the cobra knot bracelet. Additional topics will include how to properly measure a bracelet to include the buckles, different closure options, and how to seal the ends of the paracord when you are done with the project. The class will be paced to suit the abilities of the students, and this particular bracelet is intended for beginners, as one of the easiest knots to learn. We might not all finish our bracelets in...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn to create a cobra knot paracord bracelet.
I have been braiding and knotting paracord and macrame projects for decades, starting when I was going to summer camp as a camper, then later as a counselor, and even as program director. I love challenging myself to learn new and more complex knots and skills.
Homework may involve completing the project, additional finishing of the paracord project need to be sealed with the help of an adult, and instructions will be provided in the class for that.
Students will need a 10 ft length of paracord and a buckle or keyring. I highly recommend a small paracord bundle for beginners like this one from amazon that usually costs $10 or so. https://www.amazon.com/WEREWOLVES-Paracord-Bracelet-Crafting-Instruction/dp/B09BKJLX2P/ref=sr_1_34?crid=3434I0BKDAZES&keywords=paracord&qid=1667027286&qu=eyJxc2MiOiI3LjE3IiwicXNhIjoiNi43NyIsInFzcCI6IjYuNTUifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=paracord%2Caps%2C163&sr=8-34 This doesn't provide military quality paracord, but it is perfect for friendship bracelet making and beginners. If students remain interested and get more serious, higher quality paracord and survival bracelets can be considered.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents will need to assist in finishing the paracord bracelet by warming the ends of the paracord using something hot, like a lighter or candle to singe the ends of the cording. Guidance and instructions will be provided. This will prevent the bracelets from fraying during use.
Jamye E Carr
Science, Languages and More!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
355 total reviews
267 completed classes
I have 14 years of experience in public school teaching, specializing in Biology, Chemistry, Aquatic Science, and Astronomy. My teaching style incorporates student guided inquiry based learning, Socratic instruction, and adaptive lessons. In...