How to Make the Worm

how to make the worm

The Worm bracelet is easy to make, but it takes heaps of bands. We estimate there are around 150 bands in this bracelet!! The good thing is that if you get tired of your bracelet, you can easily take it apart and re-use the bands.

If you want to make your own Worm bracelet, watch this video by CarlTheBigFatMinionZero:


94 thoughts on “How to Make the Worm

    • schnoozs says:

      I totally agree. This isn’t looming anything, only the base that you can’t even see. Dumbest bracelet I’ve seen in the hundreds I have made.

      • Someone says:

        Same! I made this band (thinking it would look nice) but it looks TERRIBLE! There are bad bands, then terrible ones, then THIS ONE!
        For my opinion – this is the worst band I have ever seen. (No offence 🙁 )

      • duckling13 says:

        Or you could just take it apart, like she said it is very simple you just detatch the ends and slide the loose bands off :3

  1. BMO says:

    I don’t understand what you mean by “grab the second one on the outside and then pull”. It didn’t make any sense. Pus, the screen got blurry so it was hard to see. I replayed that part like soo many times!!

  2. Yaz Mou says:

    I made this bracelet and I love it so much. It is so funky and it is a good way to get rid of bands you dont like

  3. Coolkid365 says:

    I made it now! That was like the easiest bracelet I made<(besides the single) Even though I know how to make complicated designs,(with one loom) this was still super cool! I used up almost half of my new clear bands! Keep it up, Emily and Madeline and the rest of the Loom Love family!

  4. Linda says:

    I can’t watch the video but does it go like this?
    First you make a normal bracelet
    Second you put bands in the normal bracelet

    • Hermione Granger says:

      Yes, that is pretty much what you do, you don’t have to make the knot at the end. That is typically for charms.

  5. Isobel says:

    That is so fun! I LOVE IT! I wish that I could show hi a picture but I can’t put photos on comments.
    🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁
    I would if I could!

  6. zoe says:

    My sister made one and it was sushi ( P.S. I did that sushi thing on purpose) ( It really means squishy)

  7. Kali says:

    I luv this bracelet!! Thank you so much for creating it!! It’s very simple!! It is so cool, and as long as I’ve had y RAINBOW LOOM I would of never thought of this creation!!

  8. Lauren says:

    This is so cool! I just made one and i love it ! I would never of thought of it myself so well done!

  9. Anthi says:

    I make it its awesome !!! i am wearing in my school !!! all they saying how am i make it !!! 😉

  10. Cassie says:

    I think this is a very cute design and yes it is band consuming but its worth it and you can easily take it apart if you agree comment: yahhh

  11. jessica says:

    I couldn’t find the colours i needed near the end so i put a mat on the floor and tipped my loom bands onto it and there were loads of the colours i needed!!!
    (just a tip if u cant find the right colour)

  12. Emma Watson says:

    Wonderful I know it’s a waste of bands but it’s worth much more than tribal fishtail ( I was about to do that) . When I saw the worm I thought I had to do this.

  13. jellyfizz says:

    just a suggestion…you don’t have to take off the last two bands on the single bracelet… you can just attach a c-clip or a s-clip to prevent the bracelet coming off.

  14. Haniya says:

    Hi Loom Love,
    I made an Instructable on, can you please check it out? It’s about how to make a loomless Worm with only a hook.

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