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Triple Beaded Rainbow Loom Bracelet

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Triple Beaded Rainbow Loom Bracelet
Triple Beaded Rainbow Loom Bracelet

Take Rainbow Loom bracelets to the next level with this exclusive video tutorial! The Triple Beaded Rainbow Loom Bracelet has a cool, complex look, but it's actually very easy to make. Kids only need a few rubber bands to work up this Rainbow Loom pattern, so this is a great pattern for kids to make when their stash is running low. Whether your child coordinates their rubber band and bead colors or makes a multicolor masterpiece, this Rainbow Loom bracelet pattern is sure to impress.


Materials List

  • Rainbow loom board
  • Rainbow loom hook
  • Bands (four different colors and 10 of each color)
  • Beads (3 colors 10 of each color)

Triple Beaded Rainbow Loom Bracelet

Rainbow Loom Bracelet Instructions

  1. Take one of your band colors and bead colors, and put your bead onto the middle of your rubberband. Then, put this on your loom board. 

  2. Repeat this with all 10 of that color band and bead.

    Note: Do not go all the way to the top of your board because that can make you have a very large bracelet. 

  3. Repeat steps 1-2 with two of your other color rubber bands and beads. 

  4. Take your fourth color of rubber bands and put the rubber band on the second set of three so that it forms a triangle. 

  5. Repeat this all the way up your board. 

  6. Take your loom hook and turn your board around. Go under your fourth color band and grab the third color band. Bring that forward up to the next pike. 

  7. Repeat that all the way up to the top of the loom.

  8. Repeat this step with your other two colors of rubber bands.

    Note: For the middle row you will not have to push the blue rubber band out of the way, so you will just hook like normal. 

  9. Hook both of the rubber bands on one side of your loom board and move them up to the middle peg. Repeat this with the other side as well. 

  10. Put your hook through all of your bands that you put on the top middle peg and make sure they all stay on your hook as your remove all the rubber bands from your board. 

  11. Make a little single to make sure it fits your wrist. 

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