How to Make a Kaleidoscope Bracelet


Ellen Carpenter is a Rainbow Loom genius in our books. She is the one that came up with the UBER fabulous Kaleidoscope Bracelet pattern. This is one of the most exquisite bracelets we’ve made so far – and we have made dozens and dozens of patterns!

The hilarious thing about our bracelet is that when were making it (way too late at night!) we kept remarking on how crazy difficult it was (never mind ‘very challenging’, it was more like ‘OMG!’). But then we noticed that our mom had placed one of the rows on our Rainbow Loom incorrectly. We were half way through hooking when we noticed this, so we had to carefully work around it. We were bleary eyed by the time we pulled it off the loom. It is a miracle that we got through it with our bracelet intact!

Here it is before we removed it from the Rainbow Loom. Look closely and you will see that the left row is placed the wrong way:

kaleidoscope bracelet

We can’t wait to try this pattern again with all of our rows placed correctly!:)


Want to make your own Kaleidoscope Bracelet? Watch this video by Ellen Carpenter: (This is the updated version of the video released April 1, 2014)

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30 thoughts on “How to Make a Kaleidoscope Bracelet

  1. jayne says:

    You did an awesome job at explaining how to do the Kolidescope rubberband loom patteren , Thank You , You didnt make it complicated , it was very simple to understand , the first one i made while watching Your video came out perfect.

  2. GB Shakespeare says:

    Super cool! My brother got a RL for Xmas, and he traded it for a turquoise, red and green hexafish. So now I got two looms!

  3. LoomloveMarz says:

    Cute! I checked out the videos Ellen made and them were awesome! I mean, she made a 2 loom checkerboard bracelet and then an exact same 1 loom bracelet! I love the zipper one which I think you can make on 1 loom! Anyway, loomlove is the best place for rainbow looms considering it’s SUPER easy! EVEN the very challenging ones!

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