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Okay, I know Halloween isn't for a while, but I couldn't wait to post this! It's a super cool skeleton hand that can be worn on any occasion! ...
Let's gather the supplies...Skeleton Hand:•Lots of Rubber Bands•1 s-clip or c-clip•Moveable Loom (Or a normal one, I guess)•Optional: 25 Beads
Place these double bands in the left side of your loom.
Place the two beads through the bead.
Place double bands on the loom and loop another bead. Repeat this process until you reach your desired length.
Place a cap band onto the last peg and wrap it around that peg twice.
Go into your cap band and grab the two rubber bands that will go forward.
Loom as if it were a triple single all the way.
Now your first finger is done. Repeat the finger making process until you have five fingers. Lengths may vary.
Put your finger onto a long, slim object for later.
I made mine on a rainbow loom, but it is possible to do this next part on any loom.=) When you have loomed half of the bracelet part, ...
Take your loom apart and take two rows. Place them end to end on a sturdy surface.
Add a cap band to the end and wrap around twice.
Yes, this will be very loose, but it's for a reason=)
Put the end of the first finger onto your thumb.
Repeat this on all fingers.
Did I scare you? No? Oh=( Thanks so much! Hope you enjoy your spooky new "glove"! =P
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