How to Make a Single Bracelet





Introduction: How to Make a Single Bracelet

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This instructable will show you how to make a single bracelet. This is a pattern for beginners especially if you just started making bracelets. It includes pictures and videos to help you. Good luck!

Step 1: Step 1: Place Rubber Bands on Pegs

Place the rubber bands on the pegs with the arrows pointing up. Place the first rubber band on the first peg on the last row diagonally. Then, place the second rubber band on the second peg on the last row diagonally. Keep on doing this until you reach the top of the loom.

Step 2: Step 2: Looping the Bands

Now that you have reached the top of the loom, it is time to loop the bands together. Flip your loom over with the arrows pointing down. With your hook, grab the second rubber band and loop it onto the next peg. Grab the next rubber band and loop it to the next peg. Next, grab the next band and loop it to the next peg. Continue to do this until you have reached the top of the loom.

Step 3: Step 3: Sliding a C-clip on the Last Band

Once you are done looping the bands, slide a C-clip on the last band that you have just looped.

Step 4: Step 4: Taking the Bracelet Off the Loom

Grab the C-clip and pull the bracelet off the loom. Do it gently or your bracelet will break.

Step 5: Step 5: Joining the Ends Together

Grab the end that doesn't have the C-clip on it and put it on the C-clip.

Step 6: Step 6: Wear the Bracelet

You can now wear your cool bracelet! If this is your first time making bracelets, you should continue to practice this pattern. You can also look at the pictures above to see some ideas on colors.



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    There are no pictures on step 6. If you want to see some examples, there's a video below.