Step 6: Sew in the Lights.

The nice thing about making a monstrous teddy bear is that the stitching can be equally monstrous.

As such, when you sew the board to the bear make sure that you sew it up, down, around, over and under. It does not matter how you sew it in so long as the LEDs poke out, the board is held in place and the stiching won't rip out.

Also, try not to get the wires running off the board caught in the stitching. It will save you many headaches later.
That's awesome!
Is that usb cable off a iMac keyboard??????Actully I <em>know</em> it is <em>but</em>still,<em><strong></strong></em><br/>
Amazing !!!
AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW &lt;br/&gt;How CUTE AND KICK ASS!!!!!!!!!&lt;br/&gt;sounds like a cool thing to give to a girl dude! i would make it....BUT...probably very expensive for the parts and probably to much time and patience =/ looks kick ass thou! aight sweet bro &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;BYE&lt;br/&gt;<br/>
This is very neat. I will go home and make it right away. And yeah it does sound like r2d2 from star wars.
My god! That's one deadly looking cat! If you do end up making it right away, let me know how it goes for you. Post a picture or something.
lol the sound in the mov is like r2d2 from starwars
Hey there, I would really love to build this for my Physics of Music project and presentation. I know a thing or two about electronics, however, I know absolutely nothing about PIC programmers or micro-processors - what are they, how do I use them, and where can I buy them affordably? If you could reply or email me at cowgirlsong@gmail.com I would be eternally grateful and definitely credit your work in my presentation!
No wonder my life always felt so incomplete, It was this that was missing all along... Seriously though, awesome instructable. I have been into microcontrollers ever since I found out what they were, and PIC's are fun as hell because their so cheap that you don't have to worry about blowing them.
Wonderful, and bleep de bloop.
Ok, first a vibrating apple, now this. Pretty cool!
Yes, I believe there should be caps (12pfd or so?) between pins 13,14 and ground. Hard to get that oscillator running with the xtal grounded at both ends. :=)<br/>
Yup. Whoops. Good point. I drew it wrong. I'm using a 20 MHZ ceramic resonator. The middle pin is grounded.
Hizza! A real instructable ;D
Very nice project. I like the sounds that the PIC makes here. One note about the schematic. I'm not a PIC guy, but I do see something wonky with pins 13&14 being tied to ground. Looks like some capacitors are missing.

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