Great application when you can't, or don't, want to sew the conductive threads into your garment.
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Bias of the fabric will be 45 degrees to the selvedge edge.
Light weight sheer fabrics are best.
Leave your thread tails as long as your fabric strip.
The stitching line should be about 1/4 inch or less from the folded edge.
The conductive thread and long thread tails should be on the outside of the fabric.
sounds confusing but just gently pull and you'll see what I mean.
Think of snake coming out of it's hole.
A bias fabric tube with conductive thread inside.
TIme to go make something groovalicious......