Copyright © Justin's Toys, 2013 – Rerecording this video tutorial will result in a copyright strike. This bracelet was originally designed by Rob @ Justin's Toys.
After watching Ally's video on the double braid bracelet, I knew a sleeker more thin version of this bracelet could be made and this variation was created. This is one of the most thinnest intricate designs and my current favorite. It takes me 69 bands to complete(for my wrist) and 2 transfers. You can make this bracelet without transferring by having 2 rows of pegs, connected using bases 3 times over. For a kid, it will probably take 2 and a half full looms. Please make sure that this bracelet is long enough to go around your wrist because it is not a bracelet you would want to wear tight. I usually choose four colors, but you can choose as many as you want.
For those of you complaining about broken bands, please use official Rainbow Loom © or Choon's Designs bands as all other brands have been tested and do not have the same elasticity to actually hold.
“Im seeing a lot of broken looms n hooks. If you release some of the bands that you have already hooked as you move up the loom it will release some tension. About half way up I release the first 4 and then released another one or two as the tension builds towards the end. Also if put a bunch of bands on the loom to stretch before you actually do it it saves a little time when setting up. It tooke about 3 failed attempts before I got it.”
WARNING: make sure when you are pulling the rubber bands like a lever, you are pulling on the hook at 0 angle. You want it to be as horizontal as possible. If you pull it at an angle, your hook is likely to break.