Loom bands

Rainbow Loom is a plastic loom used to weave colorful rubber bands into bracelets and charms. It was invented in 2011 by Cheong Choon Ng in Novi, Michigan.[1] As of September 2013, it had sold over 1.2 million units, according to Ng,[2] who has sued the makers of rival products FunLoom and Cra-Z-Loom for patent infringement.[1][3]

How to makes loom bands

Rainbow Loom Nederlands, triple link chain, armband

Loom Bands

The Rainbow Loom is a plastic pillboard measuring 2 inches (51 mm) by 8 inches (200 mm).[4] It has push pin-type pegs over which small, colored rubber bands are looped and pulled by a rainbow loom crochet hook. The resulting looped knots, known as Brunnian links, can be assembled on the loom into bracelets and other shapes.[2] The Rainbow Loom kit includes a pegboard, a rainbow loom hook, 24 special C-shaped clips,[2] and 600 small rubber bands in assorted colors
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Rainbow Loom was created by Cheong Choon Ng, a Malaysian immigrant of Chinese descent who came to the United States in 1991 to attend Wichita State University, where he earned a graduate degree in mechanical engineering.[1][5] He was employed as a crash-test engineer for Nissan Motor Company in 2010 . He conceived the idea of a toy loom for rubber-band crafting after seeing his young daughters make rubber-band bracelets. He tried to show them how they can link the rubber bands together but was unsuccessful, so he stuck a scrapboard with multiple rows of pushpins on which the bands can be linked more easily.