Saturday, February 8, 2014

Infinity Rainbow Loom Bracelet

Hey guys! One of the things that have really been trending this year are infinity signs. They're EVERYWHERE! T-shirts, jewelry, phone cases- you name it. Today I'm going to show you how to incorporate this fun style into a rainbow loom bracelet that you can make yourself.  
Start off by placing bands on the left side of your loom all the way down until the next-to-last peg. Repeat this on the right side. 

Now it's time to place your infinity signs. Skip the first two pegs and start placing your bands in an infinity shape across the pegs like in the picture below. I chose to do mine in a rainbow pattern but you can use whatever colors you'd like. Continue placing them up your loom, but leave the last pegs empty. 

Now that your infinity signs are placed, it's time to take out your hook. Starting with the arrow facing toward you, take your hook under the infinity sign and hook it onto the bottom black band. Pull the band up and over the infinity band and loop it around your next peg. 

Continue this all the way down your loom on both sides. 
Now take those black bands around the first pegs that we didn't put the infinity signs on and move them over to the center peg. Do that on both sides. 

Now take your hook and put it through all of those bands on the center peg. Hook a new black band and pull it up through all of the other black bands. Now put the other end of the band on the hook. 

Now it's time to take your bracelet off the loom. Keeping your hook connected to that black band you just added, begin slowly pulling the whole bracelet from the loom. 

Once the bracelet is off the loom it should look like this. 
Now it's time to make your extension to that the bracelet fits on your wrist. Start like you did before and put six black bands on the right side of the loom. 
Take your bracelet and remove it from the hook. Take the looped band that was on the hook and place it over the seventh peg. 
Now do what you did before, taking your hook and bringing the bottom band up and putting it over the next peg. 


Now it's time to add your c-clip. Take the bands on the last peg and spread them out over to the middle peg. This makes it easier to add the c-clip. 
Once you've added your clip, take your extension off of the loom. 
Connect your c-clip to the other side of the bracelet so that the whole bracelet is together. 
That's it! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and I am certainly going to post more rainbow loom tutorials in the future! Are there any specific bracelets you guys would like a post on? If so, drop a comment below! 

22 comments:

  1. Didn't work... I tried 20 times, still didn't work... :(

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    1. I'm very sorry that it didn't work! Maybe you could try a video tutorial? Those work for a lot of people. Good luck!

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  2. Tnx for the instructions mine turned great!!

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  3. Easy to follow (much better than a video) thank you for making this!

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  4. Can you please post some instructions about a rotini?
    Tnx

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  6. ang galing naman yan hehehehhe

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  7. What did i do wrong!? All the infinity bands fell off.....

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    1. Hmm I'm not sure.. All you can do it try again!

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  10. so easy... even my daughter can do it.. thanks!

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  11. I followed all the instructables and all the bands just fell off when I took it off the loom.

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  12. I love your blog! I just set mine up. I love to loom too. I've made one of those to but it wasn't near as pretty. -Amy(CityCountryGirl9)

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  13. have you ever made a Disney princess charm?

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    1. I actually haven't tried making a charm before, but I'd definitely like to try it!

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  14. cool it works.anonymous make wrong.thanks Mallory Brown and chormobeauty

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  15. it was really easy and i loved it

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  16. ah, it's just a matter of practice. These loom bracelets are really great for a valentine's day gift. So, let's get it done before the heart's day!

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