Rainbow Loom Fishtail W/ Fingers

Introduction: Rainbow Loom Fishtail W/ Fingers

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Here's how to make a Rainbow Loom fishtail with only your fingers! Keep on reading!

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Step 1: Gather Your Supplies!

First, you will need to gather all of your supplies.

Here is what you'll need:

  • Rainbow Loom bands
  • One c-clip
  • Your fingers!

Step 2: Let's Start!

What you need to do first is take your two fingers, and spread them apart into a peace sign.

Next, take your first loom band, and while placing it on your fingers, twisting it once into a figure 8.

Put on another band, this time not twisting it. Then place on another.

Now you should have 3 layers of bands on your fingers. Take the bottom band and pull it over the top two.

Place another loom band on and pull the next bottom one over the top two. Keep repeating until it is long enough to wear. *You can also use two pencils, or two pegs on a loom if you do not want to use your fingers.

Step 3: Finishing Your Bracelet

Once it is long enough to wear, you should have just pulled over the bottom band over the top two, so that you only have two bands on your fingers. To finish it, pull the next bottom band over the top one. Now you should only have one band on your fingers. Next, take your c-clip and attach it to either side of the band on both sides. Take it off your fingers. Just attach c-clip to the other end of the bracelet, and you now have a fishtail bracelet to wear! You can use as many colors as you want. Enjoy making your bracelets! They're fun to make, and great to share with friends!

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