Loom banding has taken over the world and kids everywhere are making everything from Disney princess figures to superhero’s, charms and bracelets to i-phone cases and rings . So we’ve gathered together a mixture of different styles of bracelets that you and your little ones can enjoy making together…and there are plenty to choose from!
With tutorials ranging in difficulty there is a bracelet here for all levels of loomer, pro or beginner!
Don’t forget to pick up a set of loom bands from Amazon so you’re ready to get started!
If you thought we would ease you in gently then you were wrong because this snake belly design is one of the most complicated around…but with a little bit of patience your child will soon pick it up and the finished result is beautiful!
A sailor knot bracelet is perfect for showing off a rainbow of colors, in fact the brighter the better!
Ideal for the beginners out there, this simple french braid design will get your kiddos fingers nimbled up in preparation for something more challenging. We think this bracelet looks best with just two colors and your child can choose any combination they fancy!
These adorable daisy flower chain bracelets will bring back memories of those long summer days, sitting in a field making daisy chains! Your kiddos will love making them and love showing them off too!
An easy peasy railroad bracelet is perfect for those who like to wear something chunky around their wrist.
This helpful video, from over at loomband.co.za, will show you how to make a spiral wrap fishtail bracelet that will be the envy of all your children’s friends! Visual aids are a fantastic way to help your kids learn and they can re-start it as many times as they need to in order to get it right!
This tootsie roll pattern is super cute and allows you to block colors together for a more structured bracelet!
This tangled garden design lives up to it’s name because it resembles a wild flower bed and it looks great worn around the ankle! The best part about this one is that you don’t even need a loom in order to make it – just a crochet hook and an array of loom bands!
Thick and chunky, this herringbone design is seriously challenging! The herringbone pattern gets its name from the resemblance it has to the skeleton of a fish which is obviously extremely intricate and fiddly! But think of the sense of achievement your child will feel when they’re finished!
Adorned with stars, this starburst rainbow patterned loom band will be a hit with the kiddies.
Once the children have mastered the starburst bracelet above, the next logical one for them to try is this amazing dragon scale cuff. Similar in technique, it’s not too hard to achieve even though the results look seriously impressive!
Similar to a basic fishtail design, this single band quadfish bracelet is a 4 pin pattern that newbies can try their hand at.
This bird of paradise bracelet is a thick design which is perfect for those kids working on advanced level looming. They can play around with the combination of colors to match their outfits!
It’s two for the price of one with this reversible slip fish bracelet so when your kids get bored with the pattern they can simply turn it inside out and fashion a whole new design!
If you and your little ones are after a loom creation that’s totally original then why not try this diamond with rings?