Learn step by step how to make loom bands fairy cup cake.
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For making loom bands fairy cup cake project you’ll need:
- 1 red band
- 2 yellow bands
- 7 brown bands
- 14 pink bands
- 13 white bands
Setting up your loom to make loom bands fairy cup cake!
Set up your loom in the SQUARED configuration, making sure the arrow is facing away from you, then place the bands in the order shown in the diagram.
Turn your loom so the arrow is facing towards you.You’re going to be hooking and looping the bands in reverse order to how they were placed, starting at pink band 32. So, putting your hook inside it, catch the top pair of pink bands and loop them diagonally to the left-hand peg.
Now, at the peg you just looped to, put your hook inside, catch the bottom pair of pink bands and loop them forward.
Hook and loop the next three pairs of bands, making sure you always do so from within the other bands on the peg and only catch the bottom pair of bands each time. Note the last pair will be looped diagonally to the central row.
Go back to the start peg, hook the top pair of pink bands and loop them diagonally to the right-hand peg.
Repeat steps 2-3 on the right-hand side.
Once more, go back to the start peg, put your hook inside catch the bottom pair of pink bands and loop them forward.
Continue to hook and loop the next four pairs of bands in the central row, making sure you always do so from within the other bands on the peg and only catch the bottom pair of bands each time.
Put your hook in the peg you just ended on, reach down inside, catch the bottom pink band and loop it forward.
Using your hook, pull the bottom of the band up through itself to create a slipknot and pull all your bands off the loom.