Making a Bracelet Extension

Introduction: Making a Bracelet Extension

About: I love making rainbow loom bracelets! I like making instructables that show people how to make bracelets so they will know how to make them!

This instuctable shows you how to make a bracelet extension. Many bracelets will need an extension so it is good to know how to make one. If you clicked a link in any instructable I've made and it took you here, the pictures in this instuctable might not show. If it doesn't, you can refresh the page or search "how to make a bracelet extension" in the search bar.

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Step 1: Step 1: Placing the Bands on the Hook

Make sure your loom is facing up with the arrows pointing up. Place a rubber band on any row of your choosing and place it straight-forward. Continue to do this until you reach the top of the loom.

Step 2: Step 2: Placing Your Unfinished Bracelet on the Loom

Grab your triple-single or any other bracelet that needs an extension, and place it on the loom. (My unfinished bracelet is a different bracelet) Make sure the loom is turned around where the arrows are facing down.

Step 3: Step 3: Looping the Bands

Loop the rubber band underneath your unfinished bracelet. Loop it straight-forward. Grab the rubber band underneath the other band you just looped. Loop it straight-forward. Continue this process until you reach the top of the loom.

Step 4: Step 4: Placing a C-clip on the Extension

Grab a C-clip and place it on the band you just looped. You can now take the bracelet off. Do it gently and carefully.

Step 5: Step 5: Finished

You're finished with your bracelet. You can now wear it! Enjoy!

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    I'm a newcomer so that's why it has the "Step 1: Step 1:". Sorry.