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  • In this tutorial we are making five beautiful band bracelets, all without a loom or a hook.

  • I will also show you five magic band tricks with which you can impress your friends.

  • Hey guys! I've been asked so many times to film a rubber band bracelet tutorial and I

  • finally decided to give it a try. I'm gonna share this five designs with you today, some

  • of them you may have already seen, some of them may be new. These are just the ones that

  • I really like. And the best part is that you don't need a loom or a hook to make them,

  • all you need is your fingers and things that you can find around your house. Alright, now

  • go grab your bands and let's get started. First let’s make this beautiful red and

  • green infinity sign bracelet. Youll need any kind of connector charm, a c-clip and

  • some bands. You'll also need a couple of fingers, I'll use a pointer and my middle finger. Stick

  • the rubber band through one infinity loop. Put the band on your fingers, by going through

  • one loop with a pointer and through the other with a middle finger. Then put on a second

  • band. Grab your bottom band, pull it over the finger and release. Do the same on the

  • middle finger. Put the next band layer on and again grab the bottom band and pull it

  • over both fingers. From time to time you need to push your bands down to make space for

  • more bands. Go in with a new band and just repeat the step. Pull the bottom band over

  • the top one and over your fingers on both sides. When you reach half of the desired

  • length of your bracelet, take a c-clip and slide it on the band loop on one side. Then

  • pull everything over to the pointer and slide the clip on there as well. The first half

  • of the bracelet is complete, so it’s time to make the same band chain on the other side

  • of the infinity sign. Stick the band through the infinity loop, put it on your fingers

  • and then add another band layer. Pull the bottom band over the top one, over the finger

  • and release. As you can see I am alternating between red and green bands all the time to

  • get that red-green alternating pattern. You can use any band colors you like: perhaps

  • just one band color for the entire bracelet or you can alternate between three or four

  • different colors. Here comes my last band and the bracelet is long enough for me. To

  • finish off slide on a c-clip through both band loops like so. And there you go! This

  • cute but simple bracelet is done in literally two minutes. And you can make it using any

  • connector charm, how cool is that!? Next we are making this pretty beaded band

  • bracelet, but first let's make a simple loom out of two pencils, eraser and some tape.

  • Put the pencils on the left and right side of the eraser, then wrap some tape around

  • to hold everything in place. This simple loom can be used to make many different bracelets

  • and you'll learn a few more designs in this tutorial.

  • For our beaded bracelet we need some beads, twice as many bands - I went for three different

  • colors of each, a c-clip and a pencil loom. You can also make this bracelet on two fingers

  • just as we did before. To save me some time, I like to stick a band through the bead first

  • and make a bunch of these beaded bands. You also want to have some bands ready without

  • beads because we will be alternating between empty bands and bands with beads. Ok, take

  • your first empty band put it on the pencils by twisting it so you get a figure eight or

  • an infinity sign. Now take a band with a bead, place it on top and pull the bottom band over

  • the top one, over the pencil and release. Since I added a band with a bead before, I

  • am now taking an empty band. Put it on the pencils and again pull the bottom band over

  • the top one. Push the bands down to get space for another layer. Take a beaded band again,

  • stretch it over the pencils and pull the bottom band over the top one on left and right. Time

  • for another empty band. See how I am alternating between bands with beads and empty bands.

  • I decided to pair green bands with pink beads, yellow bands with blue beads and pink bands

  • with yellow beads for beautiful pastel explosion. I am just moving between these three piles

  • of bands and beads making sure that I alternate between empty bands and bands with beads.

  • Continue doing this until your bracelet is long enough to fit your wrist. Just a final

  • band and it’s time to attach a c-clip. As with the previous bracelet, slide it on the

  • band loop on the right, take everything to the left and attach a c-clip on that band

  • loop too. Our bracelet is all done! I really like the combination of bands and beads and

  • I love the pastel colors I chose for this one. Looks like a candy bracelet to me!

  • If you don’t have any beads, you can totally make this bracelet by using bands only. Let

  • me show you how easy it is. Instead of making bead band pairs as before, wrap one band 3

  • or 4 times around another band like so. You can also do this with a help of a bobby pin

  • for example. Wrap the band 4 times around the pin. Take the other band, put it on top

  • of the pin and stretch. Then push the wrapped band on it like that.

  • Make the bracelet in the same way as before, except now instead of beaded bands you have

  • these two wrapped bands. Start by crossing an empty band, add a band with another band

  • wrapped and pull the bottom band over the top one on each side. Put on an empty band

  • and repeat. Take another wrapped band. Pull the bottom band over the top one on each side

  • and go on with an empty band again. Just continue alternating between wrapped bands and single

  • bands until the bracelet is long enough. And here's your finished bracelet. Looks just

  • as pretty as the beaded one. Let’s now make this cool looking two colored

  • chain bracelet. You will need two colors of bands and a clip. You can make this bracelet

  • using two fingers or using our DIY pencil loom. Put the blue band on the pencils by

  • twisting it like so. Add a pink band and another blue band on top. Now, on the right side pull

  • the pink band below the first blue one and pull that blue band over the top blue one,

  • making an inverse fishtail stitch. On the left make a normal fishtail stitch by pulling

  • the bottom blue band over the pencil. Add another pink band and make an inverse fishtail

  • stitch on the left this time. On the right make a fishtail stitch by pulling the bottom

  • pink band over. And just continue with this pattern. Put on a blue band, inverse fishtail

  • on the right, fishtail on the left. You need to alternate between fishtail and inverse

  • fishtail stitch. Let's see the steps slowly once again: Put on a blue band, make an inverse

  • stitch on the right and regular fishtail stitch on the left. Add a pink band and make an inverse

  • fishtail stitch on the left and regular fishtail stitch on the right. Go in with a blue band

  • again, make an inverse fishtail on the right and regular one on the left. After a while

  • you will see the bracelet growing between the pencils in a really cool way! I am putting

  • on my last band, making the inverse stitch on the right and the normal stitch on the

  • left. To finish this bracelet, pull the bottom band over the top one, so you are left with

  • only one band on the pencils. Take a c-clip and slide it on on the right side and then

  • on the left like that. Take the bracelet of the loom and look how beautiful it is. I love

  • how different this bracelet looks with two lines all along. Pretty awesome!

  • Next we are making this interesting knotted bracelet. You will need some bands, a c-clip

  • and a paper clip. Start by transforming a paper clip into a hook. First stretch it a

  • bit and then bend a short piece in like so. Place your first elastic on the pencils by

  • crossing it. Add two more rubber bands on top like so. Make a normal fishtail stitch

  • by pulling bottom band over top ones. Put on another band and again pull the bottom

  • band over top ones. Push the bands down and continue as if you were making a fishtail

  • bracelet. You can alternate two or more colors all along the bracelet, but this time I decided

  • to make larger parts of colors. First I had a red patch and now I am making a green one.

  • After four to five normal fishtail stitches, we need to grab the bottom band that we started

  • our bracelet with and pull it up through the middle of all other bands. For that, we need

  • to make space in the middle by pushing the bands out of the way. Then grab your most

  • bottom band and pull it up like so. Now just continue making normal fishtail stitches.

  • Add a band and pull the bottom band over the other two on each side and over the pencil.

  • From time to time you have to pull the bracelet up slightly so that it can continue growing.

  • Here we have our last band, put it on and grab the bottom band over. The bracelet is

  • long enough to fit my wrist so to finish it I have to pull the bottom band over the top

  • one so that I am left with only one band on my pencils. Take a c-clip, slide it on the

  • band on the right, repeat on the left side and release the bracelet off the loom. We

  • are all done with this different, but cute knotted bracelet. I Love how the different

  • colors make kind of a gradient effect. Looks pretty epic, don't you think?!

  • Lastly we are making this awesome detailed chevron rope bracelet. You will need a bunch

  • of bands and a c-clip. This bracelet requires a loom with four pins so let’s make one

  • using four pencils, a squared bottle of nail polish and a tape. Place pencils around the

  • polish bottle, one on each side and secure them in place with a tape. Just like that

  • and we have a four pin loom. All right let’s start with the first band. Place it on the

  • pencils and twist it several times until you get this perfect square in the middle of the

  • loom. See, you need to have a twist beside each pencil. Put the second band on and now

  • we have to pull the bottom band over the top one and over each of the four pencils. The

  • first band is very tight because of all the crosses but after that pulling is way easier.

  • Push the bands down and add another layer. Again pull the bottom band over the top one

  • on all four corners. After a while the bracelet will start forming here inside and it will

  • look amazing, just saying. So let's continue adding bands and pulling the bottom band over

  • the top one. I am alternating between red, yellow and blue bands for fun, colorful bracelet.

  • By the way, how cute are these pencils?! Love them! Here comes my last band. As I pulled

  • the bottom blue band over the red one the bracelet is long enough for me. To secure

  • the bracelet, stretch the band from one of the pencils to the opposite one and go below

  • the band on that opposite pencil. Do the same with the other two opposite pencils. Slide

  • the clip on the top band of one pencil and on the top band of the other pencil. Now we

  • can take the bracelet of the loom and see how pretty this rope bracelet looks. Absolutely

  • spectacular! I love the chevron details all around it and the colors make the bracelet

  • so happy and fun. It’s a real party bracelet! And that's it for today's tutorial. Let me

  • know what you think about these band bracelets. I must say that I haven't tried to make them

  • before, because I thought that they were more for kids, but last couple of weeks I've been

  • kind of obsessed with making them and I just think they are so much fun. And you guys know

  • that I'm a big kid so it's perfect for me. Okay, I hope you enjoyed the video and if

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  • I love you and I'll see you soon. Bye! All these five bracelets were so easy and

  • fast to make but look adorable in the end. And what I love the most with the band bracelets

  • is that when you get tired of one bracelet design, you can simply take the bands apart

  • and make new designs out of the same bands. This way you can have a new bracelet every

  • day!

In this tutorial we are making five beautiful band bracelets, all without a loom or a hook.

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織機バンドの作り方。織機を使わない簡単レインボー織機ブレスレットデザイン5選 - ゴムバンドブレスレット (How to Make Loom Bands. 5 Easy Rainbow Loom Bracelet Designs without a Loom - Rubber band Bracelets)

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