Hey guys! You've all shown an interest in my rainbow loom bracelet tutorials, so I have a new one for you today. This is a different version of my fishtail bracelet tutorial (click here if you missed that one!). It's called the inverted fishtail bracelet, and it's one of the easier bracelets to make with the rainbow loom.
You begin this bracelet like you would a regular fishtail bracelet. Put one band across two pegs on an infinity form, or a figure eight. Now layer two move bands on top on the infinity band.
This is where the tricky part comes in, so bear with me. You're gonna take your hook and slide it between the two top bands and down so that it's behind the second band. Now hook the bottom infinity band and pull it up over the other bands. do this on both sides.
Now take another band and place it on top of the others. Continue going through the top two bands and pulling out the bottom one, then putting another band on top until your bracelet is as big as your wrist. To size for the average wrist, try wrapping the bracelet around the loom. If it goes all the way around without stretching, it's about right. You can also just wrap it around your wrist to check the size.
Attach your c-clip to both ends of your bracelet, and you're finished! This bracelet is really easy to make, and the outcome is really cool. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and I hope you try it out! Comment your results below and any tutorials you'd like to see in the future!
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