Have you ever wanted to make your own rope? Or have you ever just wanted to know what goes into rope? Join Hardknight for a class on how to make your own rope. We'll be providing not just a demonstration, but some resources for you to truly do it yourself. If you want to bring your own supplies, see the notes below
Simultaneously, we'll also be holding a small class inside on rope maintenance. We'll cover how to fold, oil, and generally keep your rope in the best possible condition.
If you want to make rope, here's what you will need to bring along -
You only need one type of fiber. You can always bring any of the different types listed.
Rope Making Supplies
Clean cotton cloth
Jute (Drug Mart quite often carries it)
Jute - 30ft length of rope (1) requires 235 ft of 2ply jute twine.
Jute - 10ft length of rope (1) requires 80 ft of 2ply jute twine.
Cotton - 100% cotton yarn is best
Cotton - 30ft length of rope (1) requires 400 ft of cotton yarn.
Cotton - 10ft length of rope (1) requires 135 ft of cotton yarn.
Bamboo Silk - Harder to find, but is very soft and sensual
Bamboo Silk - 30ft length of rope (1) requires 400 ft of Bamboo Silk yarn.
Bamboo Silk - 10ft length of rope (1) requires 135 ft of Bamboo Silk yarn.
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Proof Of Vaccination IS Required For Entry
Until further notice, proof of vaccination is required for entry to ALL OhioSMART events. Please bring it even if you showed us at the open house or a previous event.
We will accept the following:
Your vaccination card in person at the event along with your photo ID
A photograph on your phone of your vaccination card and ID: together in the same image and with ALL information visible. You should still bring your physical ID with you, but we understand not everyone carries their vaccine card.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE PROOF OF VACCINATION, YOU ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ENTER OUR FACILITY. This applies to everyone -- we're simply not willing to risk our members, guests, and their loved ones' health by taking anyone's word for it.