Making a bracelet is a wonderful way to demonstrate your unique style and taste. Rubber bracelets, in particular, can come in a variety of colours, sizes and textures. Joining two rubber bands or loops together can be a bit tricky without understanding the procedure. Once you've mastered the basic joining process, you can join any loops for a customised jewellery look, including woven and chained loops.
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Things you need
- 2 rubber loops
Hold a rubber loop in the fingertips of each hand. Bring both loops side by side so that they look like "OO."
Rotate the right loop 90 degrees to the left so that it is positioned perpendicularly to the left loop. Push the right loop halfway through the left.
Grab the sides of the right loop with your right hand and pull them away from your left hand.
Grab the sides of the left loop and pull them away from your right hand. Doing so creates a new loop in the middle.
Insert your hand into this new loop. The rubber loops will automatically try to resume their original shape, thereby tightening your new rubber bracelet around your wrist.
Tips and warnings
- If your finished bracelet is too large for your wrist, double the loop. Simply twist the bracelet in the middle and bring both new loops together. Insert your hand through both loops for a tighter fit.
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