# Rainbow Loom Triple Single Bracelet

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## Step 1: Supplies

You will need the rainbow loom starting kit, and some elastic's.

## Step 2: Placing the Bands

You start by taking your first color and put it on the first left peg.

## Step 3: Placing the Bands

You continue to put the bands up the board like it shows.

## Step 4: Placing the Bands

As you put the bands up the board it should look like this.

## Step 5: Placing the Bands

When you finish those steps you do the same thing in the next row of pegs.

## Step 6: Placing the Bands

As you do it, it should look like this.

## Step 7: Placing the Bands

The two rows should look like this.

## Step 8: Placing the Bands

After the first two rows, you do the same thing with the last row.

## Step 9: Placing the Bands

After you have placed all the bands, it should look like this.

## Step 10: Placing the Bands

Next, you take in "inside" color an you make a triangle. You skip the first three pegs and start in the next three.

## Step 11: Placing the Bands

You continue to do the triangle on the pegs all above the next one.

## Step 12: Placing the Bands

When all the triangles are on it should look like this.

## Step 13: Looping the Bands

You must flip over your board so the arrow is pointing at you.

## Step 14: Looping the Bands

You take the color to the left and loop it over to the top.

## Step 15: Looping the Bands

You continue to loop up the board on the left row of pegs.

## Step 16: Looping the Bands

On the end of the first row, it should look like this.

## Step 17: Looping the Bands

Next, you do the same thing that you did to the left row, but now you do it to the middle row. You loop up until the end.

## Step 18: Looping the Bands

If you did the following steps correctly the board you have should look like this one.

## Step 19: Looping the Bands

You again do the same thing that you have done to the first two rows.

## Step 20: Looping the Bands

Continue the steps.

## Step 21: Looping the Bands

If you did all the looping steps correctly, it should look like this.

## Step 22: Finishing Up the Bracelet

In the end you take the left row of pegs and take the very en of it and put it into the middle row of the pegs.

## Step 23: Finishing Up the Bracelet

To put it in the middle it should look like this.

## Step 24: Fishing Up the Bracelet

You do the same thing to the right side of pegs.

## Step 25: Finishing Up the Bracelet

This is one of the final steps. You take you pen and stick it though the end and put and elastic on it.

## Step 26: Finishing Up the Bracelet

You pull the pen though so it turns out like this. Then you can take it off.

## Step 27: Finishing Up the Bracelet

After all the steps, the bracelet should look like this.

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## 20 Discussions

mine fell,apart when I started taking it off, this has happened to me the last 2 times I made something and it is sooo annoying!

Good instructions though, I actually got everything you said and managed to everything (except one of the looping thingys)

I am new to making loom bands though

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I keep trying different designs and I pull it off and it just falls apart. I hate it because I worked so hard on them... :(

That happened to me too! I looked up a video on it and my problem was that I wasn't pusing away the middle band that connects them together before looping my band and putting it on the next peg. It really annoyed me since this happened with the two bracelets that i attempted 7 times! I suggest looking up a youtube video to aid you.

when I did mine I used about 10 triangles.

I have already made my bracelet and took it off the loom but it is too short. How do I make it longer?