Rainbow Loom Tips Part 2. I wrote Part I here.
This is Auggie. Here are some tips I wrote for Rainbow Loom:
(These are good if you are just starting or scared about starting something new or moving on to a new level)
1 is to always make sure the pegs are facing openly AWAY from you you when you are placing the bands and the open pegs are facing TOWARDS you when you are looping.
2 is to start with the single design first, then triple single, then fishtail, then diamond, then any beginner thing, and when you think you're ready do a medium one, and after that advanced.
3 DO NOT attempt the hexafish or any other super hard fishtail design, like the super stripe fishtail, until you firmly believe you are ready. These are the only two I've failed at and were my first fails. But I went back to them and did it because I really liked the designs and they were cool but I did easier things for awhile, I didn't stop rainbow looming I just practiced other designs and then went back. Now I want to learn how to make the pompom, that looks sick.
4 if you don't want that ring at the end of the single, put a cap band ( a double wrapped single over one peg so it is fat and stays) over the last peg after you're done laying other bands, and go inside it when you loop. This will get rid of the ring.
5 if you really like a design, but think it's too hard for you, you can ask me to do it or how to do it, you can send me a message on FB and I will help you. Under my mom's FB page. I can't have my own page. BUT DO NOT ASK ME TO MAKE YOU A HIBISCUS, I know they look pretty, and they don't use a lot of bands, BUT, BUT, BUT THEY ARE BORING AND REPETITIVE TO MAKE AND MADE ME GO BLIND SO DON'T ASK ME TO MAKE OOOONNNNNNEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
**I'm really nice to my mom. I made her chicken fries for breakfast, gave her a hug and a kiss, and I fixed her iPad because she was tired from work last night. And I wrote her this post.
Bye and thank you and remember to ask me your Rainbow Loom questions. If I get a lot of questions I can do the questions here AND you should save these tips for fun on the Rainbow Loom *(or cra-z-y loom or fun loom. But I like Rainbow Loom best)
Part I is here. Bye. Thank You.
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