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A method of attaching conductive thread to fabric. Want more eTextile How-To DIY eTextile videos, tutorials and projects? Then visit The eTextile Lou...
Place fusible fibers on a piece of paper
Layer more fusible fibers
Place conductive thread on top of fusible fibers.
Layer more fusible fibers on top of conductive threads
Test conductive threads with a voltmeter to see if they are touching and shorting the circuit
Place a piece of paper on top of fusible fibers and conductive thread
Iron on hot setting for about 30 seconds
Peal back the top paper.All fibers should be fused together.If not put the paper back on the fibers and iron some more.
Remove fused fibers from other piece of paper
Test the conductive threads with a voltmeter to be sure there is a circuit
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