Hannah Molen works on a Rainbow Loom at her home in Wichita. The toy, engineered by two former Wichita State students, has become wildly popular and inspired several copycat versions. (January 2014)
Hannah Molen works on a Rainbow Loom at her home in Wichita. The toy, engineered by two former Wichita State students, has become wildly popular and inspired several copycat versions. (January 2014) Travis Heying File photo
Hannah Molen works on a Rainbow Loom at her home in Wichita. The toy, engineered by two former Wichita State students, has become wildly popular and inspired several copycat versions. (January 2014) Travis Heying File photo

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