How to Make Loom Bands. 5 Easy Rainbow Loom Bracelet Designs without a Loom – Rubber band Bracelets

How to Make Loom Bands. 5 Easy Rainbow Loom Bracelet Designs without a Loom – Rubber band Bracelets


In this tutorial we are making five beautiful
band bracelets, all without a loom or a hook. I will also show you five magic band tricks
with which you can impress your friends. Hey guys! I’ve been asked so many times to
film a rubber band bracelet tutorial and I finally decided to give it a try. I’m gonna
share this five designs with you today, some of them you may have already seen, some of
them may be new. These are just the ones that I really like. And the best part is that you
don’t need a loom or a hook to make them, all you need is your fingers and things that
you can find around your house. Alright, now go grab your bands and let’s get started.
First let’s make this beautiful red and green infinity sign bracelet. You’ll need
any kind of connector charm, a c-clip and some bands. You’ll also need a couple of fingers,
I’ll use a pointer and my middle finger. Stick the rubber band through one infinity loop.
Put the band on your fingers, by going through one loop with a pointer and through the other
with a middle finger. Then put on a second band. Grab your bottom band, pull it over
the finger and release. Do the same on the middle finger. Put the next band layer on
and again grab the bottom band and pull it over both fingers. From time to time you need
to push your bands down to make space for more bands. Go in with a new band and just
repeat the step. Pull the bottom band over the top one and over your fingers on both
sides. When you reach half of the desired length of your bracelet, take a c-clip and
slide it on the band loop on one side. Then pull everything over to the pointer and slide
the clip on there as well. The first half of the bracelet is complete, so it’s time
to make the same band chain on the other side of the infinity sign. Stick the band through
the infinity loop, put it on your fingers and then add another band layer. Pull the
bottom band over the top one, over the finger and release. As you can see I am alternating
between red and green bands all the time to get that red-green alternating pattern. You
can use any band colors you like: perhaps just one band color for the entire bracelet
or you can alternate between three or four different colors. Here comes my last band
and the bracelet is long enough for me. To finish off slide on a c-clip through both
band loops like so. And there you go! This cute but simple bracelet is done in literally
two minutes. And you can make it using any connector charm, how cool is that!?
Next we are making this pretty beaded band bracelet, but first let’s make a simple loom
out of two pencils, eraser and some tape. Put the pencils on the left and right side
of the eraser, then wrap some tape around to hold everything in place. This simple loom
can be used to make many different bracelets and you’ll learn a few more designs in this
tutorial. For our beaded bracelet we need some beads,
twice as many bands – I went for three different colors of each, a c-clip and a pencil loom.
You can also make this bracelet on two fingers just as we did before. To save me some time,
I like to stick a band through the bead first and make a bunch of these beaded bands. You
also want to have some bands ready without beads because we will be alternating between
empty bands and bands with beads. Ok, take your first empty band put it on the pencils
by twisting it so you get a figure eight or an infinity sign. Now take a band with a bead,
place it on top and pull the bottom band over the top one, over the pencil and release.
Since I added a band with a bead before, I am now taking an empty band. Put it on the
pencils and again pull the bottom band over the top one. Push the bands down to get space
for another layer. Take a beaded band again, stretch it over the pencils and pull the bottom
band over the top one on left and right. Time for another empty band. See how I am alternating
between bands with beads and empty bands. I decided to pair green bands with pink beads,
yellow bands with blue beads and pink bands with yellow beads for beautiful pastel explosion.
I am just moving between these three piles of bands and beads making sure that I alternate
between empty bands and bands with beads. Continue doing this until your bracelet is
long enough to fit your wrist. Just a final band and it’s time to attach a c-clip. As
with the previous bracelet, slide it on the band loop on the right, take everything to
the left and attach a c-clip on that band loop too. Our bracelet is all done! I really
like the combination of bands and beads and I love the pastel colors I chose for this
one. Looks like a candy bracelet to me! If you don’t have any beads, you can totally
make this bracelet by using bands only. Let me show you how easy it is. Instead of making
bead band pairs as before, wrap one band 3 or 4 times around another band like so. You
can also do this with a help of a bobby pin for example. Wrap the band 4 times around
the pin. Take the other band, put it on top of the pin and stretch. Then push the wrapped
band on it like that. Make the bracelet in the same way as before,
except now instead of beaded bands you have these two wrapped bands. Start by crossing
an empty band, add a band with another band wrapped and pull the bottom band over the
top one on each side. Put on an empty band and repeat. Take another wrapped band. Pull
the bottom band over the top one on each side and go on with an empty band again. Just continue
alternating between wrapped bands and single bands until the bracelet is long enough. And
here’s your finished bracelet. Looks just as pretty as the beaded one.
Let’s now make this cool looking two colored chain bracelet. You will need two colors of
bands and a clip. You can make this bracelet using two fingers or using our DIY pencil
loom. Put the blue band on the pencils by twisting it like so. Add a pink band and another
blue band on top. Now, on the right side pull the pink band below the first blue one and
pull that blue band over the top blue one, making an inverse fishtail stitch. On the
left make a normal fishtail stitch by pulling the bottom blue band over the pencil. Add
another pink band and make an inverse fishtail stitch on the left this time. On the right
make a fishtail stitch by pulling the bottom pink band over. And just continue with this
pattern. Put on a blue band, inverse fishtail on the right, fishtail on the left. You need
to alternate between fishtail and inverse fishtail stitch. Let’s see the steps slowly
once again: Put on a blue band, make an inverse stitch on the right and regular fishtail stitch
on the left. Add a pink band and make an inverse fishtail stitch on the left and regular fishtail
stitch on the right. Go in with a blue band again, make an inverse fishtail on the right
and regular one on the left. After a while you will see the bracelet growing between
the pencils in a really cool way! I am putting on my last band, making the inverse stitch
on the right and the normal stitch on the left. To finish this bracelet, pull the bottom
band over the top one, so you are left with only one band on the pencils. Take a c-clip
and slide it on on the right side and then on the left like that. Take the bracelet of
the loom and look how beautiful it is. I love how different this bracelet looks with two
lines all along. Pretty awesome! Next we are making this interesting knotted
bracelet. You will need some bands, a c-clip and a paper clip. Start by transforming a
paper clip into a hook. First stretch it a bit and then bend a short piece in like so.
Place your first elastic on the pencils by crossing it. Add two more rubber bands on
top like so. Make a normal fishtail stitch by pulling bottom band over top ones. Put
on another band and again pull the bottom band over top ones. Push the bands down and
continue as if you were making a fishtail bracelet. You can alternate two or more colors
all along the bracelet, but this time I decided to make larger parts of colors. First I had
a red patch and now I am making a green one. After four to five normal fishtail stitches,
we need to grab the bottom band that we started our bracelet with and pull it up through the
middle of all other bands. For that, we need to make space in the middle by pushing the
bands out of the way. Then grab your most bottom band and pull it up like so. Now just
continue making normal fishtail stitches. Add a band and pull the bottom band over the
other two on each side and over the pencil. From time to time you have to pull the bracelet
up slightly so that it can continue growing. Here we have our last band, put it on and
grab the bottom band over. The bracelet is long enough to fit my wrist so to finish it
I have to pull the bottom band over the top one so that I am left with only one band on
my pencils. Take a c-clip, slide it on the band on the right, repeat on the left side
and release the bracelet off the loom. We are all done with this different, but cute
knotted bracelet. I Love how the different colors make kind of a gradient effect. Looks
pretty epic, don’t you think?! Lastly we are making this awesome detailed
chevron rope bracelet. You will need a bunch of bands and a c-clip. This bracelet requires
a loom with four pins so let’s make one using four pencils, a squared bottle of nail
polish and a tape. Place pencils around the polish bottle, one on each side and secure
them in place with a tape. Just like that and we have a four pin loom. All right let’s
start with the first band. Place it on the pencils and twist it several times until you
get this perfect square in the middle of the loom. See, you need to have a twist beside
each pencil. Put the second band on and now we have to pull the bottom band over the top
one and over each of the four pencils. The first band is very tight because of all the
crosses but after that pulling is way easier. Push the bands down and add another layer.
Again pull the bottom band over the top one on all four corners. After a while the bracelet
will start forming here inside and it will look amazing, just saying. So let’s continue
adding bands and pulling the bottom band over the top one. I am alternating between red,
yellow and blue bands for fun, colorful bracelet. By the way, how cute are these pencils?! Love
them! Here comes my last band. As I pulled the bottom blue band over the red one the
bracelet is long enough for me. To secure the bracelet, stretch the band from one of
the pencils to the opposite one and go below the band on that opposite pencil. Do the same
with the other two opposite pencils. Slide the clip on the top band of one pencil and
on the top band of the other pencil. Now we can take the bracelet of the loom and see
how pretty this rope bracelet looks. Absolutely spectacular! I love the chevron details all
around it and the colors make the bracelet so happy and fun. It’s a real party bracelet!
And that’s it for today’s tutorial. Let me know what you think about these band bracelets.
I must say that I haven’t tried to make them before, because I thought that they were more
for kids, but last couple of weeks I’ve been kind of obsessed with making them and I just
think they are so much fun. And you guys know that I’m a big kid so it’s perfect for me.
Okay, I hope you enjoyed the video and if you’re new to my channel, don’t forget to
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All these five bracelets were so easy and fast to make but look adorable in the end.
And what I love the most with the band bracelets is that when you get tired of one bracelet
design, you can simply take the bands apart and make new designs out of the same bands.
This way you can have a new bracelet every day!

100 Comments

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  2. Such a great video. I remember when loom bands were very popular in 2013 and 2014. Iโ€™m watching in 2019 and they are not popular anymore.

  3. It was so much fun to see this video๐ŸŽฅ I liked it very very much and I request if you can give me more colour combinations.
    I will try these all

  4. i remember watching this when i was like 10 and i loveddd ur accent! sofunny to come back and see how much of a craze this was lol x

  5. I watched this since I have lots of small bands and no one using them so I decided to use it myself I also tryed it though.

  6. Tricks:๐Ÿ˜ฑ
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  7. I have smaller fingers so that was actually harder for me so I couldnโ€™t do it it just looked really bad๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป

  8. I am so glad you made this video! It was the first one I picked because I saw different bands to make ๐Ÿ™‚ I am going to help my friend and her granddaughter in a couple of days to make these that you did!!! Now, I can have more confidence know I have your video!!!!!!

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