Craft Life ~ Rainbow Loom Barefoot Sandals Tutorial

Craft Life ~ Rainbow Loom Barefoot Sandals Tutorial


Hi Everyone, this is Jacy from Craft Life
and I’m here today to teach you the Rainbow Loom Basic Barefoot Sandals. This is what
we will be making. This is what they look like. You may have seen these on Facebook
because they are on the Craft Life page. You may have seen these on Pinterest too. This
is what they look like when they are finished. Ok, the supplies you will need are the Rainbow
Loom mini loom and its tool. I use crochet hooks, [DROP! Clink, Clink] they won’t break!
Next you will need colors, you can choose as many colors as you want. You can have two
colors, three colors, four colors, but I like three colors. Today I am using black, pink
and blue. Are you ready to learn the Basic Barefoot Rainbow Loom Sandals? If not, pause
the video, get your supplies and get ready. Let’s start with step one. You are going to
need your mini loom, a rubber band, and your tool. I am using a crochet hook. Start by
placing your rubber band right here, go around this sharp turn right there and head back
to where you started. Let’s review. [She takes it off] You’re going to start at this one,
make that sharp turn again and head back to your start. Ta-da! To begin, you need to stick
your hook in, grab a rubber band, put that rubber band on your hook, pull it through,
stick it back on. Let’s review. Stick your hook in, take a rubber band, put it on, pull
it through, stick it back on. Now we are going to do the next one. Take another rubber band,
put it on the hook, pull it through that one, and put it back on. Take another rubber band,
put it on your hook, pull it through and stick it back on. This is the last one that I am
going to do. You’re going to pull it, put it on your hook, pull it through, and stick
it back on. Continue this until you have reached your certain amount for your toe. YAY! I finished
my toe size ten rubber bands. Hopefully you have finished your toe size too so we can
move on. But before we do, I need to show you what may or may not happen to you. See
how this is backwards from this? Well you need to turn that all the way around without
twisting your rubber bands up and to do that, you need to pinch right here, pull this out,
and turn it, so you are going to stick your hook in that way, push it in there. So, you
have fixed the problem. Now it can easily go in here and we are ready for step three.
This is step three. To begin, you are going to stick your hook in here and rip this off
like that. So now you have four little loops on there. You are going to take one rubber
band any color that you have chosen and put it on your hook just like this and pull it
through these two, stick it back on, just like that. Now you are going to take another
rubber band. You are going to put it on your hook again, grab your thing and pull it through,
stick it back on. It should look like this. Now you’re forming your toe to your ankle.
And you are going to take another rubber band, put it on, pull this through just like that,
put it back on. Just like we did before. You’re going to continue the pattern and we are going
to take another one, put it on, flip it over, put it in, put it back on and this is just
like we did on the toe except we are not going to loop it over. We are going to take another
one and pull it through and put it back on. You are going to do this until it fits your
toe to your ankle and it needs to be fitting on your toe and touching your ankle. When
this fits properly we will move on to step four. I just finished my length from my toe
to my ankle. I used fourteen rubber bands. You may need more or you may need less. I
forgot to tell you that you need a C clip. It’s a piece of plastic shaped like a C. Now
we are ready for step four the ankle straps. OK, you need to know that this will be shared
by both ankle straps. I am going to teach you how to make the first one and then I will
teach you how to make the second one. Let’s begin. Take a rubber band, pull it through
like you normally would. Take another one, pull it through, put it in. Grab another,
pull it through, put it in. Then you are going to take another one. Do the same thing. Pull
it through and you are going to put it in. So now you have four. Take one more, pull
it in, put it through. Now you need to finish this until you have your length. I have one
already finished since you need to make a pair. So I’m just going to put this one aside.
You finish yours. I’m going to show you how to put on a C clip. Take your C clip [drop]
and pinch this right here [drop] I find it easier to do it this way. Stick your C clip
in between both of them and pull it up. So you get both of them stuck in here. Now I’m
going to teach you how to make your second ankle strap. From here you are going to stick
your tool in the one that is shared by both of them. Grab a rubber band. Pull it through.
Stick it back in. So now you can kind of see the whole barefoot sandal there and that’s
shared by both of them. You’re going to take another one. Pull it through, place it in.
Take another one. Pull it through, place it in. Take another one. Pull it through, place
it in. And one more. Place it in. Ok, finish this until, well make it the same as this
one, your amount, and it should be equal on both sides. And then we will place this one
on the C clip too. I hope you finished up your other ankle strap because we are going
to get ready to put it on the C clip. Hold your C clip and stick your finger in there
and open it up. Take the C clip and slide it in. Just like that. You can pull it off
and there you go! Now you need to make another one! I have made one. So now I’ll be right
back I’m going to go try them on. This is what they look like when they’re on! I hope
you enjoyed the tutorial on how to make the Basic Barefoot Sandals. Come on back to learn
the Advanced Barefoot Sandals. And don’t forget to like us on Facebook, pin it on Pinterest
and subscribe right here on Youtube. I hope you’re living a Craft Life just like me. Thank’s
for watching.

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