Hanan Bracelet: Hook Only Rainbow Loom Bracelet Design
Hanan comes from the Philippines mythology and folklore deity. She is the goddess of morning. What a beauty isn’t she?
Name is suggested by a friend and mamu (another word for mommy) Bing a.k.a @queb_5898 on Instagram. She is one of the great designer of rainbow loom hook only bracelets around IG looming world. Hanan has 2 sisters, Mayari and Tala. They were children of Bathala to a mortal woman.”Mayari” is also named to a bracelet made by mamu Bing, you can visit her IG and see her flipagram on how to do this beautiful hook only bracelet.
Trivia: I remember that “Tala” is my entry to an RPG game’s contest on naming a server, and I won! Yey! If you ever played Ran Online Philippines, I used to be one “mamaw” there like they called it to players who is a high level.
Enough said for the intro, let’s go on the tutorial on how to do this cute bracelet. It is actually a variation of “Marikit” bracelet by the same designer I mention above. As I have said on my previous posts, in a hook-only design bracelet, possibilities is endless. An addition of bands, an alteration of one loop could make another bracelet.
So, here it is! The step by step tutorial for Hanan Rainbow Loom Hook Only Bracelet:
What you need:
– RL Hook or any crochet hook which size fits your band,
– and set of rainbow loom bands of your choice.
Step1. Insert 2 bands from a single chain. In my picture, I already made a few rounds before I made the pictorial for the tutorial. But you can start with a capped band and then insert the 2 bands through as shown.
Step 2. Pull back one side of the middle band back to the hook.
Step10. Repeat Step1-Step8 until you reach your desire length of bracelet.
There you go! Your Hanan Rainbow Loom Hook only bracelet is finished! Enjoy making it.
Should you try and make this bracelet, please don’t forget to hashtag it to #hananbracelet and #nelldesign and tag me @koolitskee on Instagram
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