77 thoughts on “How to Make a Kapit Bisig

  1. Thalia Grace says:

    Wow, I wonder what time it is where you guys are! For me this went up around 5:30 AM! Good morning haha! 🙂 And beautiful bracelet too, I love anything Jays Alvarez posts although I always fail at the hook only designs!

  2. jenny says:

    This looks really nice! I haven’t done anything loomy for over a week, so looking forward to making this!!! If anyone has any nice colour ideas for this bracelet please comment!!!

    • Chloe says:

      A really cool color combo is aqua with peaches and pinks, also any of the complimentary colors would be very bold.

  3. Hermione Granger says:

    Yay! You posted it 🙂 and Alyssa its SUPER easy, even a beginner would probably be able to make it! This is currently No. 1 on my top ten list of favourite Rainbow Loom bracelets 😀

  4. Lynn says:

    Is there a tutorial for this on the rainbow loom? I really like this bracelet but I don’t have a monster tail. 🙁

    • Lauren says:

      If you rearrange the loom, you can probably find a way to do it. Most Monster Tail designs can be done on a slightly rejigged Rainbow Loom. It might be a bit harder or the bands may get more stretched out, but it will work.

  5. Fia says:

    At the begining he sounds kinda like and Italian or Mario, I can’t decide. Cute bracelet! I’m making it right now!

  6. James Sablay says:

    Wow! That was good, but actually “Kapit Bisig” is a a Filipino word! I’m proud 😀 You can google translate it with FIlipino to English :3 Thank you Loom Love <3

  7. J says:

    It’s so nice it reminds of the storm in our country Philipines:(well I really like it ,,thank loom loom love for posting it..I love Philipines !!!

  8. Ginny Weasley says:

    I love it! But, somehow I have an extra border band loop when I pulled it over the pin and let go, and I cant understand why . . . Plus my double bands dont look anything like what it should
    Ps excuse any spelling mistakes, my ipad is driving me MAD!

  9. Cool but Sweet XD says:

    I like the name because it reminds me of what the Filipinos are really good at which is helping people

  10. AC says:

    OMG! I’m Filipino and I’m glad this person used a Flipino phrase on a Rainbow Loom bracelet: KAPIT BISIG!COMMENT IF YOUR FILIPINO TOO!

  11. John Carlo says:

    Well….. This bracelet is cool….and im a Filipino and the name “Kapit Bisig” is a word from us that means Teamwork….Did you get that name in our language? But its very cool bracelet!!!!!!! :). :). 🙂

  12. Louise the Loomer says:

    You know, Kapit Bisig is a Filipino saying. It means ‘work together!’ Or ‘cooperation!’ Im Filipino btw

  13. Sarah Bandzzzz says:

    Just realized you were Canadian!
    I’m American 🙂
    From Arizona, in fact. Brrrrrrrr, it must be cold in Canada!!!
    I didn’t realize this was monster tail…….
    Wish you could it on a regular loom.

    • LoomLove says:

      We love Arizona, Sarah! We were there in March.. spent time in Tucson, Sedona and went to the Grand Canyon. Arizona is one of our favourite places!

      • Sarah Bandzzzz says:

        Cool, I live in Tucson. #beardown

        (sorry, I was born and raised here. The wildcat spirit is strong in me)

        • Sarah Bandzzzz says:

          Finally, I am trying this for the first time. I just bought a monster tail from Michaels. This bracelet looks easy but it is hard for me! I get messed up doing simple things like twisting bands.

  14. Mystery Loomer says:

    Cool! But I think he needs better control of the camera… I much rather Loom Love, TutorialsByA or Rainbow loom videos. Can you post more of your own videos? I like them better. But if you don’t have time, I understand.
    – MysteryLoomer!
    P.S. Like the name? I also go by OH MY POTATO! because I say OH MY POTATO! ALOT!!!!!!! 😉

    BYE!!!!!! 🙁

  15. AC is a Proud Filipino says:

    Jays Alvarez is also a FILIPINO! If you actually paid attention to him during the tutorial he said “SIGE NA NGA! I’LL DO IT ONE MORE TIME!” I saw another comment in youtube that soneone commented “sabi ko nga! Pilipino si Jays, kasi parang hindi sya comportable sa english nya! Hahaha!” Proud Filipino AC!

  16. Cool person who loves dogs says:

    WOW!! How long did it take u guys 2 work out how 2 do that?!?!?!?! Thnx 4 postin’
    it! p.s. I LUV YOUR TUTORIALS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

  17. Sarah Bandzzzz says:

    I think I have fell in love with this bracelet! Even though I failed the first time, I keep coming back. I just love the unique look!

  18. Crystal C says:

    Hey loom love! I am obsessed with your account!!
    do you think that at the bottom of the picture ik your posts, you could write what colors of bands you use? Could you also comment below and tell me what colors you used for this bracelet? please and thank you!

  19. Cheryl says:

    What were the exact colors of the bands you used in the picture above the tutorial? I love the color combination & would like to make one just like the one shown. Thank you.

  20. ashley says:

    if u dont have a monster tail just arrange your loom in the equal position so that they form rectangles.just choose one rectangle and do the same as the video.
    Hope i helped 🙂

  21. Draco Malfoy says:

    Oh my gosh! This bracket looks amaze! However, where do you get Persian bands?


  22. Onyx says:

    If you have strong fingers and are okay with your hands hurting slightly, you can also do this with nothing but four fingers.

  23. Riya Bugalia says:

    see guys what i want is your hands and all of your bracelets and i think that there might be some problem as i am from india but still i am passionate about it.!!!

  24. Sophy Maria Joy says:

    This bracelet is awesome…..! Its cool too! LOoking forward to making it .And also a request – can you post a video done in rainbow loom .ps………..

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