Rubber band jewelry is still full steam ahead. There is still a lot of summer vacation left. Get a hold of these rubber band books and some rubber bands to keep the kids busy and stylish.
Hooked on Rubber Band Jewelry
Whether you own or loom or not, you can create colorful jewelry now using a double ended crochet hook and some rubber bands. Elizabeth M. Kollmar is the young tween author of "Hooked On Rubber Band Jewelry". She has designed 12 off the loom designs for you.
The book is filled with colorful photographs and step by step instructions. Learn to calculate how many motifs are required to make your bracelt fit perfectly. A glossary is included explaining how to read the abbreviated code. Skill level starts with beginner at the front of the book and progresses to advanced. Tips are given throughout.
'Strawberries" motif makes a bracelet. The results are adorable. "Palm Leaf" can be turned into a Christmas tree with the use of beads. It makes a festive outcome. The use of buttons and beads takes the jewelry to a whole new level.
Rubber Band Jewelry
Colleen Dorsey has come out with another rubber band craft book. This time it is "Epic Rubber Band Crafts" with 15 projects. It has totally cool gadget gear with never before seen bracelets, awesome action figures and more. Learn how to connect two looms to create larger projects.
Epic Rubber Band Jewelry
The "Totally Awesome Rubber Band Jewelry" book by Colleen Dorsey The book includes twelve projects. Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and belt projects are shown for you to make, using step by step written instructions and photographs. Learn how to add beads and charms. The fun you can have once you learn the basics and understand how to use the patterns are limitless. If you don't have a loom, you can still learn how to make the basic bracelet. Tips are included to inspire and create variations.