How to Make a Jazzy Jazz Rainbow Loom Bracelet

Learn how to make a jazzy jazz Rainbow Loom bracelet in this Howcast video featuring The Lanyard Ladies.

Transcript

Hi, I'm Heidi from the Land of Ladies and today i'll be showing you how to use the Jazzy Jazz bracelet. You're going to need your rainbow loom, your hook, a smaller hook that you can use to put beads on. We need twelve pony beads, and three different color rubber bands. We're going to take our loom, and first we're going to start with the border. Using the black, we're going to go to the center peg to the left, then straight up. You're going to go all the way straight up. Keep going from peg to peg, fill the whole left side 'til you get to the end. And then we're going to go from our left peg to our center peg. Now you're going to do the same thing on the other side. We're going to go from our center peg to the right, all the way up. Keep going up until we get to the ends, and when we get to the end we're going to go from the right peg to the center peg. Now we're going to go up the middle, i'm going to use my white. I'm just going to push these down and go straight up the middle. Keep going up all the way up the middle 'til you get to the end. Now i'm going to push our rubber bands down... in the middle. And we're going to take our black, go across and flip it forward. For the next two pegs, go across and flip it forward. Next two pegs, and push it forward on one. You're going to do this until you get to the end. And you're going to do your last two, and forward. And last one, and forward. Now you've placed all those bands. Now we're going to take our blue rubber bands and we're going to place two on each of the side pegs all the way up the left and all the way up the right. Just put two on here, and two on here. Just let them hang there, it's fine. Two, just throw your rubber bands on there. And two at the end, and you're going to do the same thing on the other side. Two on each. Just push them down so you have room.

And the last two. Now we're going to turn them around, so that the arrow is facing towards you. And we're going to start hooking. And we're going to go into our middle peg, and bring this over here. So you're going to go down, and you're going to find that black one. And you have to be careful not to knock off the blue rubber bands. And you're going to go to the side, just like that. Actually, you do not need this if you don't want them on there. You can take the last two off. Now we're going to go straight across. Go all the way down under those blue bands, find the black band, and you're going to go forward. And you're going to keep doing that. Go underneath, find the black band, go forward. Just be gentle not to remove the blue bands. Keep going all the way, follow this until you get to the end. Pull back the black one and go to the top. And when you get here, you're going to go from the left peg to the center, pull your bands back, and go from the left to the center. And you're going to come back and you're going to do the same thing here. You're going to go from your left peg out to the right one. Grab that black and go to the right. Now these are all secure, so you don't have to worry about the blue bands falling off. You just have to be a little careful as you're looming this. Go all the way down, grab the black, and move to the next peg. Go all the way down, grab the black, and go to the next peg. Keep looming until you get to the end. And the last peg, you're going to go from the right to the center.

Just like that. Now we're ready to put our beads on. You're going to take the smaller crochet hook and your pony bead. You're going to put your pony bead onto the smaller crochet hook and start beading up the middle. Go to your first bands on your peg, the white bands, pull it off. Take your pony bead, and slide it onto your rubber band. So now it's on your rubber band. Now you're going to take your rubber bands and you're going to put it onto the next peg. Just hook your rubber bands onto the next peg. Just like that. And now your pony bead is secure on there. Now we're going to take the next bead, put it onto your crochet hook, go in there, dig down into the next peg, pull out your white band and again, slide the pony bead onto your rubber band. And secure your rubber band to the next peg. Just like that. Now we're going to take our next bead, i'm going to show you one more time. Put the pony bead in, dig down, get your white band up, slide your pony bead through and attach your rubber band to the next peg.

Just like that. You're going to continue that pattern until you get to the end. Keep putting your bead on and hooking. This is what it's going to look like when you're finished putting all your beads and looming. Now take your hook and you're going to put it into the last peg, go all the way down, take a rubber band, hook it on and pull your rubber band through all of these. Just like that. And hook it on to your hook. And we take a deep breath and we pull it off. Now you're going to straighten this out a little bit. You're going to pull these rubber bands on the sides here so that they stick out. They're all attached so you're just going to have to pull them to sort of fatten it out. You're going to do the same thing on the other side. Now we're going to make our extension. Turn your loom around, put four rubber bands, one on top of the other just like you're making a single.

We're going to attach the end of your bracelet to your loom, turn this around so that the arrows are facing you. And we're going to start hooking. One, two, three, and your last one. And now we're going to stretch this out. Get our seat clip, hook your seat clip on, pull your bracelet off and we're going to attach it to the other end. Pull this tight, and attach your seat clip. I'm gonna move this. And you can just play with the rubber bands a bit and straighten them out. And there you have a Jazzy Jazz new rainbow loom bracelet!

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