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Prepare Teddy Bear ears and tail.

Prepare Teddy Bear ears and tail.

Hint: Heads up! This is an advanced level looming project. If you are new to looming, try the Wonder Loom Single Bracelet project first, and build your skills with the rest of the Wonder Loom project collection on COS!

1. Wrap one dark brown band three times around pick tool.

2. Repeat two more times for a total of three bands.


3. Hook a fourth band on the pick tool and hold end so that one end of the elastic is hooked and the other is in your hand.

4. Transfer three looped bands off pick tool and on to a fourth band, pulling away from the pick tool.

5. Once three bands are transferred, loop held end of the fourth band on to your pick tool.

6. Transfer now complete ear to a peg on the Wonder Loom.

7. Repeat from step 1 two times for second ear and tail. Set aside by transferring to separate pegs on the Loom.

Prepare Teddy Bear arms and legs.

Prepare Teddy Bear arms and legs.

1. For arms, place two dark brown elastic bands from the 1st to the 2nd peg, on the right and left sides of the loom.

2. Place another two dark brown bands from the 2nd to the 3rd pegs, and a third set from the 3rd to the 4th pegs.

3. On the 4th peg, place one dark brown cap band.

Hint: A cap band is a single band wrapped around a single peg three times.


4. Turn loom around (so that the pegs are frown-shaped instead of u-shaped).

5. Beginning with the 4th peg (with cap band) loop bands from 4th to the 3rd peg, from the 3rd to the 2nd peg, and 2nd to the 1st peg.

6. Remove each arm individually with pick tool (from 1st peg), and set aside by placing on a single peg.


7. Repeat process for Teddy Bear legs by adding an additional two elastics at the end of your chain before placing cap band on the last (fifth) pin.

8. Teddy Bear limbs are now complete! Set aside.

Place Bands for Teddy Bear head and body.

Place Bands for Teddy Bear head and body.

Hint: When you are placing the bands, the pegs should always be u-shaped. When you are looping the bands, the pegs should always be frown-shaped. Turn loom as needed.

1. Always using two bands per peg, place Loom Elastics as shown, following the same order.

Hint: Light brown elastics will be the Teddy Bear’s face and centre. Shoulders and neck are dark brown. For a panda bear, use white instead of light brown and black instead of dark brown brown.


2. Add Teddy Bear ears, arms, and legs at joints as shown.

Create eyes and place triangle bands.

Create eyes and place triangle bands.

1. Using the same technique as Teddy Bear ears and tail, loop two black and white two-tone bands around pick tool three times, and transfer to a light brown band.


2. Turn loom so that the Teddy Bear is facing upright.

3. Place band with Teddy Bear eyes around the three pegs second from the top of the Loom, creating a triangle shape. Make sure eyes are separated.

4. Place two more “triangle bands” as shown, on the Teddy Bear’s midsection.

Loop Bands

Loop bands.

1. Begin looping bands, starting with Teddy Bear Body and working from the legs up. Once entire body is looped, loop Teddy Bear neck, then face.

Hint: A tear drop shape lets you know you have looped correctly!

Remove Teddy Bear from Loom.

Remove Teddy Bear from Loom.

1. Use pick tool to create slip knot band through the top pin of the Teddy Bear head.

Hint: To create a slipknot, pull elastic through the centre of the bands, and then pull one end of the elastic through the other. Tighten by pulling this end.


2. Use slip knotted band to carefully remove Teddy Bear from loom by pulling bands up and away from the loom.

Attach Teddy Bear tail.

Attach Teddy Bear tail.

1. Place pick tool through the centre back of your Teddy Bear, placing it behind one layer of two looped bands.

2. Place tail on pick tool before continuing to thread the pick tool through another layer of only two bands on the Teddy Bear’s centre back.

3. Create slip knot from light brown band to secure tail.

4. Wrap the loose end of the slip knot once around the tail to secure.

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