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This is one of the first bracelets I learned on my loom. Amounts may differ on different looms.
You will need:26 band for outside20 bands for ladder12 for middleDepending on wrist size bandsLoomHookClip
Grab your loom. Make sure the arrows are facing away from you, if you don't have arrows, make sure the open part is facing away from you. Take ...
The open part of the loom should be facing away from you. Skip the first pegs, one closest to the V made by the bands, and start putting ...
Your loom should still have the arrows or open side facing away from you. From the place you started, start placing bands up the middle of the loom. ...
Turn you loom around. Your arrows and open side should be facing towards you. Make an infinity sign with a band on your fingers. Place one side over ...
Grab your hook. Using your hook, bring forward the that came from the middle (supposed to be same color as cap). DO NOT grab the capping band. Star ...
Take the color you had for your previous ladder pegs and add another one on top of it.
Your looms arrows or open part should now be facing away from you. Go under all the bands (using you hook) and put the color you want to ...
I like to clip this part of the extension. That way it is easier to take off.
Start pulling off the loom. Don't worry about the other side, it will be fine.
From the random circle at the end, start extending. I like to do a fishtail, but you could make a chain.
Clip the other side on, when you have finished extending.
Tada : ) now you have a beautiful new ladder bracelet. You can give it to someone or show it off. Either way, enjoy your bracelet.
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