How to hand sew electronics, LEDs, and computer parts to fabric when crafting DIY eTextiles, soft circuits, and wearable computing projects. Do loop the conductive thread around the hardware connection multiple times, but for speed and ease don’t sew thru all the layers of the fabric.Read more ›
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Tips and tricks on how to hand sew LED sequins and pre-fabricated surface mount LED boards, such as Aniomagic’s Sparkle LED’s, to fabric to create eTextile, soft circuit, and wearable computing DIY projects. When sewing electronic hardware use a conductive thread with a small diameter and a small gauge needle. This combination will allow you to feed the conductive thread […]Read more ›
In 2008 Lynne innovated a hand weaving technique for electrical fabric using conductive thread and LEDs to be used in wearable computers, eTextiles and smart textiles. The ability of the weaver to incorporate electronics into the cloth as it is being woven opens unique craft tech opportunity for the fashion technologist. Maker Faire Booth 2009 How to Do It […]Read more ›