By Jan Toth-Chernin
''Learn in regards to the fascinating new know-how in the back of e-textiles and the best way to create e-textile initiatives of your own'' --
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Created for the smart use of material scraps, this stitching consultant teaches thoughts and layout principles that may be utilized to any quilting undertaking. 11 designs throughout more than a few sizes and reasons supply a wealth of strategies for quilters. invaluable and significant suggestions are lined, together with desktop piecing, in-set seams, substantial sew accessory appliques, operating with hexagons, paper piecing, and dealing with templates.
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Soon conductive body paint will be on the market. Making creative costumes just got easier! 29 MAKERS as Innovators Glossary circuits (SIR-kits) complete paths for electrical current conductive (kuhn-DUK-tiv) capable of allowing electricity to pass through grommets (GRAH-mits) metal or plastic rings that can be sewn into fabric LED (ELL-EE-DEE) a small light that can be switched on or off; LED stands for light emitting diode sensors (SEN-sorz) instruments that can detect and measure changes and transmit the information to a controlling device textiles (TEK-stylz) woven or knitted fabrics or cloths USB (YOO ESS BEE) a standard type of cable and port that is commonly used to connect computers and other electronic devices; USB stands for Universal Serial Bus 30 Find Out More books Eng, Diana.
4. Trace the outline of the wire onto your skirt with sewing chalk. Allow 1∕8 inch (3 mm) on each side of the wire to create a tube for the wire. 5. With regular thread, sew along these lines from the outside of the skirt and through the lining to create a tunnel for the wire. You can do this by hand using a backstitch. It will be faster if you use a sewing machine. 6. Cut a small hole at the top of the skirt near the switch and insert the EL wire. Watch out for bunching! 7. Sew the top and bottom of the tube closed with regular thread.
Switch Craft: Battery-Powered Crafts to Make and Sew. New York: Potter Craft, 2008. com Find instructions for a variety of fun e-textile projects. edu Check out some e-textile projects others have created. 31 MAKERS as Innovators Index Arduino microcontroller, 23–25 batteries, 15–16 Buechley, Leah, 8, 24–25 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 8, 24–25 microcontrollers, 23–25 needles, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18, 20 circuits, 21–22 conductive thread, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 28 electricity, 8, 16, 19, 26 electroluminescent (EL) wire, 26–29 Fashion Fly project, 26–29 paints, 4, 5, 8, 20, 29 seams, 10, 14 sensors, 5–6, 7, 29 sewing machines, 9, 18, 28 stitches, 10–12, 14, 18, 20, 28 supplies, 9–10, 15–17 switches, 21–22, 27, 28, 29 Gadget Gloves project, 19–20 zippers, 21, 26, 28 knots, 11, 12, 20 LEDs, 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 LilyPad microcontroller, 24, 25 About the Author Jan Toth-Chernin is the director of information and technology at Greenhills School in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
E-textiles by Jan Toth-Chernin