Paracord can be extremely useful in a survival situation. Unraveling your bracelet gives you a good amount of cordage for tying together a shelter, raft, restraining a bad guy, making a fire bow drill, replacing a broken shoelace, etc. If you pull out the inner strands you then have more lashing material, dental floss, fishing line, suture, snare line, etc. I'm sure you can think of even more uses!
Besides bracelets, paracord can be incorporated into tent tie-out lines, dog leashes, collars, rifle slings, purse straps, lanyards, key rings, wrapping handles on knives and tools, etc.
In this class I'll teach you the cobra and king cobra braid. I also know a couple of simple braids and twists to make keychains, but the focus of this class will be for everyone to go home with their own bracelet! I have "kits" in many colors for $3 (my cost) which includes a plastic buckle and enough paracord for one bracelet. Or bring your own materials! If you have a problem with money, I'm also a big believer in the barter system. I give free kits to kids, and if the kids are too small to braid I give them little pre-made bracelets.
Address will be sent to "yes" RSVP's the day before.