How To Use Your Rainbow Loom

Welcome to Rainbow Fun tutorials for the coolest Rainbow Loom® designs. On this page you'll find Rainbow Loom instructions for the simplest to most advanced bracelets, charms and other artistic loom designs. The sky's the limit with Rainbow Loom, so if you come up with a unique design we encourage you to send it in to our Facebook page!

To assist you with choosing a Rainbow Loom pattern for your own skill level each picture is rated from Easy (E) to Difficult (D) .  Choose a design and click on the picture for instructions on how to make it.
Good luck & have Rainbow Fun! 

This is one of the easiest designs to get you started on your Rainbow Loom.

Another easy design for beginners. Have a play with the Fishtail design in the colours of the rainbow.

Once you have mastered the Fishtail design try this one. See how many colour combinations you can do.

Once you have had some practice on your Rainbow Loom this will be another easy design to try.

We love the ZigZag. It's quirky and not too hard to make.

Another variation on the Fishtail design. This one is a bit tricky but we love the end result.

A Fishtail on a Fishtail on a Fishtail. We love this clever design.

The Firecracker is an absolute cracker! Be prepared to pay attention as this design can be tricky.

This is a popular design and with all the colour options we can see why. The Starburst is bound to end up one of your fav designs too.

You will need a bit of practice on your Rainbow Loom to make a Zippy Chain but it's fun to make. Another cool design to add to your collection.

The railway track is pretty simple to make if you are just a beginner on your Rainbow Loom. Give it a try and see how you go.

The pencil grip is easy to make so you can play around with different colour combinations. Your very own grip design will make your pencils easy to find at school.

The Sun design isn't too difficult and we think it looks gorgeous. Give it a try in your favourite colours and share it on our Facebook page

The Triple Single Rainbow Loom design is easy to make. A great design for beginners.

How to make a Turtle Back bracelet. This design is a medium level of difficulty.

How to make Raindrops bracelet. This design looks amazing in any colour combo and isn't too hard. Make sure you follow the video tutorial and do all the loops correctly.

How to make a Rainbow Loom Butterfly Blossom bracelet.

How to make a beaded flower charm. Wear it as a ring, hang it on your backpack or wear it on a fishtail necklace, the possibilities are endless.

How to make a beaded ladder (railway track) bracelet. This is a great way to practice using beads on your Rainbow Loom and it's one of the easiest designs to make.

How to make an Octopus Charm. We love this little octopus in purple jelly bands!

How to make a Party Dress Charm.

How to make a Trapped Warrior bracelet. Another great design by Loom Love.

How to make a Daisy Chain bracelet by Made by Mommy.

How to make a Kaleidescope bracelet design by Crafting Fantastic.

How to make a Rainbow Loom Baby Penguin Charm by DIYMommy

How to make a Hibiscus Flower bracelet.

How to make a Starburst band for your Loomey Time watch. Be careful not to tear the silicone with your loom hook.

How to make a Double Triple Single band for your Loomey Time watch. Be careful not to tear the silicone with your loom hook!

How to make a baby panda charm by TutorialsByA. Super cute!

How to make a Sailor Knot bracelet by Master Loomer.

How to make an Extravaganza bracelet by TutorialsByA.

How to make a Dragon Scale Cuff by SoCraftastic.

How to make a Team Spirit bracelet. Perfect for sports days or to support your favourite team!

How to make an X-Twister bracelet on your Rainbow Loom. Design by Kalie R.

It's easy to make this Hexafish bracelet by Justins Toys on a Monster Tail loom. Be patient with this one as it takes a while to make but it's worth the effort.

How to make a Monster Tail Single Band Quadfish bracelet. Similar to a Fishtail Bracelet this bracelet uses more bands but is just as easy to make.