Superimpose: An original Rainbow Loom Design Bracelet
Hello everyone! It’s been awhile. My son got sick (he has asthma) and so my time is devoted to attending to him and giving him his medicines. I also needed to use a nebulizer 3 times a day. Plus I had my daughter who I needed to bring to and fetch from school. On the side is to nurse my youngest son every two hours. He is almost 10 months now. Yay! 2 more months and it’s his birthday! He will be also be baptized on or before that day. And it’s a double birthday celebration since my youngest and my hubby has the same birthday! Double yay! Haha! Enough said. Here is my new design, SUPERIMPOSE rainbow loom bracelet!
Superimpose means, to lay one thing over another but still make them both evident. This is a simple design and very quick to make. You just need a 1 to 2 looms to make it. I hope you enjoy this tutorial!
What you need:
-A rainbow loom board in a parallel set-up. That is all pin bar is set on the same level. You can use 2 looms for a full-wrap bracelet or 1 loom and just add an extension. For this design, my wrist is just 1 loom and a half, but depending on what type of bands that you will use. Pearl bands usually needed 2 looms since that stretch property of those bands are not the same as compared to jellies and opaque bands.
– Rainbow loom hook or crochet hook
-Set or rainbow loom bands or any looming rubber bands that you have
– and a c-clip to fasten your bracelet
Starting from the bottom with the red arrow pointing away from you, lay your selected bands in a manner as the picture above. Follow the arrow from 1-12. It is the LE Neon Purple in this photo. Please take note the on section 2, the LE Neon Orange bands on photo, bands from 1-2 is also 11-12, so you can skip on that and go ahead with 3-12.
Continue placing/laying all your bands until you reach the end of your loom. You can use almost all types of band for this design. I use Rainbow Loom Limited Edition Neon Mixed Pack and Limited Edition Deep Sea Blue. After reaching the end of the loom, don’t forget to make a cap band on the middle for your c-clip.
Now it’s time to Loop!
Turn your loom around so we can start looping! Don’t get confused! Follow Steps A-F from the picture below. Basically, you will only loop the bands the same manner you place/lay them. All band will come from inside the peg out and to it’s other end. Loop all the bands until you reach the other end of your loom. Don’t forget to check if you have looped everything. One band missed is a whole loom to start again. And we don’t want to waste our time with that, cause we want to make more! Loom more! Haha! A time wasted is a loom time gone. So be careful.
When all the bands are looped, get your c-clip and put both end together.
Now there you have it! Your Superimposed bracelet! I hope my steps are clear and you have followed them easily. I do hope you enjoy this tutorial.
Should you try and make this bracelet, please don’t forget to hashtag it to #superimposebracelet 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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