Rubber band bracelet with fork
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How to make a twizzler loom band on a fork
How to Make a Loom Band on Fork
Kids , loom , rubber band bracelets , tutorial , Tutorial Tuesday. Happy Tuesday! We used 24 bands for a child-sized bracelet. The adult-sized bracelets shown use 26 and 28 bands. Pinch first rubber band in half. Attach C-clip.
Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. First of all,take a loom band and put it on one side of te fork. Then twist it and put it on the middle side of the fork. Then do the same to the end. Then take a loom band and repeat step 1. Then take the down loom band shown here yellow and put it on the other loom band shown here orange.
Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. You need : -rubber bands -S or C clip -fork -pencil optional I'm using purple and green. Grab your fork and your first rubber band mine is purple slide it through the first bristle, pull and twist, then put over second bristle, pull and twist, put on third bristle, pull and twist one last time and put on the last bristle You should see what seems like two infinity signs. Take your pencil or you can do it with your finger pull the first bottom band and put it over the first bristle Pull the second band on the bottom and put it over the second bristle Pull the third band on the bottom and put it over the third bristle Pull the last band on the bottom and put it over the last bristle. Repeat steps until desired length you should start seeing the pattern after the first could bands.