Kabibe Hook Only Rainbow Loom Design
Kabibe is my new hook only design base on standard 6-loops set-up. It’s one of the easiest design I made next to Fukku. Named after the african word “Kabibe” which means “little lady”. This is one of the three “hook fiddling” I made from the previous week so you can expect 2 more designs based on a 6-loops set-up that I will also be posting soon.
So without further adieu, here are the things you need to make the Kabibe Bracelet. Let’s get looming!
What you need:
1. RL hook or crochet double ended hook.
2. Set of bands. In my example I use RL Opaque Dual Layer in Octopus Purple and Pastel Blue from Carnival Mixed.
1. Make a standard 6-loops set-up. For those who are not familiar with a 6-loops set up, you can find a tutorial on this link.
2. Insert a new band through the first 2 loops.
3. Reclaim the two loops from the last step.
4. Pull the other end of the band closest your finger over the 2 loops, then close.
5. Flip the bands or slide to the other side if you are using a double ended hook. Repeat Steps 2-4 on the other side. It should have 8-loops now on the hook.
6. Insert a new band through all 8-loops. Do not close yet.
7. Reclaim the 2 middle most loops, then close. There are 4 loops now after this step.
8. Insert a new band on each side as per standard 6-loops. Then repeat from Steps 2-8 until you reach the desired length of your bracelet. Put a c-clip to secure it.
There you have it! Your own Kabibe bracelet.
Should you try and make this hook only rainbow loom bracelet, please don’t forget to hashtag it to #kabibebracelet and #nelldesign and tag me @koolitskee on Instagram. I am also excited to tell you all the news that as I make my instructables here on my website, I may also film my tutorial soon! So, give me some love and please subscribe to my YouTube channel. Thank you all so much in advance.
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