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Use a cording foot with a zig-zag stitch to sew electric at wire to fabric. This is a Bernina Cording Foot what has two grooves in which to guide the wires for parallel traces. By using a matching colored bobbin thread the traces are easily identified. This process can work with a wide variety of wire […]Read more ›
Red LEDs are electron hogs. They will always be the first to glow and even prevent other LEDs from illuminating. When designing your circuits be sure to isolate the red LEDs from other colors otherwise you’ll have a darkwad in the final design. read more on LEDs at wikipediaRead more ›