Welcome To Rainbow Loom Patterns!
With the growing popularity of the Rainbow Loom, Cra-Z-Loom, bandaloom and FunLoom, and more recently, the Wonder Loom, there are a number of instructional tutorials to help with creating beautiful jewelry, including bracelets, necklaces, rings and hairclips. The goal of this website is to provide a consolidated collection of all the unique patterns, with the goal of providing a consistent method of teaching for those patterns. We will have classified the patterns into beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
We have an extensive collection of unique and searchable patterns, and links to instructions on how to create the pattern (primarily on youtube) in video format.
All our videos and instructions have a consistent look and feel. When you get to the pattern details pages of our site, you will find an image of the pattern, a list of the supplies required (number of elastics, colors of the elastics), and the video, in youtube format.
Our videos start with a presentation of the pattern, followed by the parts list, then a video from start to finish on how to create the pattern. Within our videos, we offer narration, and written instructions to accompany the video. When there are repetitive tasks, we speed up the video, which helps with the preview of the patterns.
The patterns we offer on our site are all unique. Many patterns one finds on other sites could be the same pattern, but when they change the colors, they call it something else. This leads people to believe it is a unique pattern.
We specialize in patterns and designs for the Rainbow Loom, Cra-Z-Loom, bandaloom, Wonder Loom and FunLoom. Check out the Patterns area for beginner, intermediate and advanced patterns.
September 16, 2014
Once you finish looping your last elastic on your new rubber band creation, you will need to prevent it from unraveling by ending it with a Clip. Most common Clips are "C" Clips or "S" Clips, but there are alternative ways to close off your pattern. Check out our article about Loom Clips.(See More ...)
August 27, 2014
The most important tool of the trade you will need when creating your elastic band jewelry is, of course, rubber bands or elastic bands. There are 100s of different elastic bands to choose from. Manufacturers of rubber bands used for looming are also making unique properties which loomers really like. Check out our article about Rubber Bands.(See More ...)
July 14, 2014
Another tool of the trade you will need when creating your elastic band jewelry is a storage case. There are 100s of storage cases to choose from, some of which are free, or cost very little. Some are made specifically for loom products, and others are general storage cases which can be found at many hardware stores. (See More ...)
Looms, Looms and more Looms
July 9, 2014
One of the first tools you will need when creating your elastic band jewelry is a loom kit. There are over 22 Loom kits to choose from. We will compare the Rainbow Loom, Rainbow Loom Upgrade Hit, Monster Tail, Wonder Loom, Deluxe Combo Loom, Loomy Loom, DIY Loom Bands, Deluxe Magic Loom, Cra-Z-Loom, Fun Loom, Loom Bands, Loom Design Studio, Fashion Loom, Imagination Bands, Magical Loom, Rainbow Bands, Friendship Loom, Creative Mates Rainbow Bands, Band-It, Bandaloom, Cool Loom and Clones. (See More ...)
July 4th - Independence Day
July 3, 2014
Independence Day is tomorrow. Celebrate the holiday by relaxing and creating a patriotic bracelet, something with perhaps a bit of Red, White and Blue? The Zig Zag is such a bracelet. Be creative with the Red, White and Blue colors. A Triple single in Red, White and Blue would also look patriotic too.
Happy Independence day America ! ! !"
May 9, 2014
Another Loom product can be found on the shelves of your local Wal-Mart stores. The Wonder Loom, manufactured by The Beadery, is very similar to the Original Rainbow Loom, with 39 PINs and comes with 600 elastic bands. All the patterns we have on our site can be made on the Wonder Loom. Additional information about the other loom products can be found on our about us page, under the supplies section.