In the weaving of this bracelet involved 3 main shades of rubber bands, but you can weave it in other colors. For work, you will need a machine with three rows, a hook, rubber bands of 4 colors (including white), a C-shaped clip.
We turn the machine by the red arrow towards us (the open sides of the columns look away from you). We take at first one shade of pink and put on one elastic band, starting weaving from the central nearest column.
Then put on two more elastic bands of the same color.
We complete the formation of a hexagon of one pink shade.
After that, inside this hexagon you need to throw two white rubber bands across, pre-twisting them with a figure eight.
Next, take the gum of another shade and begin to form another hexagon.
Inside this hexagon also need to throw two white gum, twisting them pre-eight.
We continue weaving in a similar way, each time forming the hexagons of the desired shades. We reach the end of the machine.
After that, on the most recent hexagon, you need to wear a gum twisted 4 times on the middle column.
We turn the machine around to us by the side where we’ve finished putting on the elastic bands, and we start weaving. To do this, take the hook, enter it into the central column and first pick up the second gum from the bottom, then remove it and throw it on the front column to the left.
Then again we return to the central column, enter the hook and pick up the lower gum, throwing it on the front column located to the right.-
After this, we continue weaving in the column to the left (where we finished earlier). Enter the hook, pick up the lower gum and gently reload it on the front column.
Again, we insert the hook inside the column, hook up the gum and re-shoot it on the central column of the rectangle of this color.
We do the same with weaving the right side of a given hexagon.
Repeat the same steps in weaving hexagons of other colors.
On the last column (where the weaving ended), there were 4 light pink tints. We introduce a hook into them and carefully remove the weaving from the machine.
The resulting bracelet is not enough length, so you need to weave a chain to continue. To do this, take the gum of the same color and throw them consistently in one row.
After that, on the last column we put on all 4 removed gum and start weaving. To do this, enter the hook inside the column, pick up the lower gum, output it through the center of the column and relocate it to the front column.
So weave to the end of the series.
We put C-shaped clips on the last two elastic bands, also fix it on the other end of the bracelet.