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Rainbow Loom Fishtail Bracelet

This fishtail loom bracelet pattern is elegant, stunning, and easy to make! Just follow along with our video tutorial, and you'll be stylin' in no time.

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Make your friends and family some beautiful DIY jewelry with our Rainbow Loom Fishtail Bracelet video tutorial. With clear and helpful instructions, you will be on your way to creating some really gorgeous bracelet patterns. There are a lot of rainbow loom bracelets you could make, but this one is easy to make and personalize and it looks elegant. It's perfect for every occasion, so there's no reason to take it off! It will go with every outfit you own seamlessly and you will look perfectly stylish and effortless.

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The editors of AllFreeKidsCrafts.com can't get enough of this rainbow loom bracelet. It's so easy to make, but it also looks elegant and like it will go with any outfit. There is nothing better in the world than budget friendly jewelry that you can make yourself - especially when it looks like the Rainbow Loom Fishtail Bracelet. Everyone won't be able to believe that you made this on your loom. They are going to think you bought it somewhere trendy!

If you're worried that this rainbow loom bracelet pattern will be difficult to make, put your mind at ease with the awesome rainbow loom video tutorial! You and your kids can easily make this bracelet, so don't stress about how difficult it looks. You will be able to make this bracelet in a snap and you'll find yourself want to make one for all of your friends and family.

As soon as I finish this bracelet, I'm going to wear mine all the time. In fact, I might make several in a bunch of different colors so that I'll never be without a cute rainbow loom bracelet to show off. If my friends like it (and I'm sure they will), I'll make them their own rainbow loom fishtail bracelet!

MaterialsBeads & Jewelry

Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Materials List

  • White rubberbands
  • Rainbow loom
  • C-clip
  • Rainbow loom hook
  • Donut beads

Instructions

  1. Take one rainbow loom rubberband and make a figure 8 on the first two pegs. Put a single rubberband without twisting it over the same two pegs and add a second non-twisted rubberband over the top of that. You will not make a figure 8 ever again - it's only for the bottom.

  2. Grab the hook and take the bottom twisted rubberband and bring it over to the top. Do the same on the other side. Push it down and add another single rubberband. Grab the bottom rubberband and pull it over onto the top.

  3. Take a white rubberband and one donut bead and put the rubberband through the hole of the donut. Place it on the two pegs as if there wasn't a donut bead on it. Grab the bottom rubberband and bring it onto the top, just like a normal fishtail, except it has the beads in the middle.

  4. Take another rubberband and grab another one of the donut beads. Put the rubberband through and onto the two pegs. Hook the bottom rubberband, bring it over, and do the same on the other side. This is going to repeat as long as you need it to fit your wrist.

  5. Once you have it long enough to fit your wrist, start making a regular fishtail without adding the beads. Add a single rubberband with no bead on top of the bracelet and hook the bottom rubberband. Do this a couple times just so the bead can adjust to where it is fit.

  6. Once you've done a couple, you will see there's two rubberbands. Without adding another rubberband, hook the second one on the bottom and hook it over as if there were three there. Now you have one on each side. Bring one side to the other side (it doesn't matter which one).

  7. Take your C-clip and attach it to the end, take the bracelet off the pegs, and attach it to the other side.

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I really enjoyed watching this video and can't wait to do it with my girls. My only issue that there is a lot of drag on the video. Great job and thanks for sharing....

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