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Create a light show with these light up LEDs. Wear them dancing and all eyes in the room will be on you. Wear them running and drivers will know to ...
1. Leggings 2. Conductive Thread 3. 2 Coin Cell Battery Holders 4. 2 Coin Cell Batteries (3V) 5. 2 220 ohm resistors 6. 12 LEDs 7. Metal Clasp or Snap...
Plan out your circuit on paper first. Each leg is a separate circuit with 6 LEDs. The LEDs are wired in parallel. The rest of the circuit is in the...
I usually use LED beads but I had some small blue LEDs that I decided to use for this one. Using a pair of pliers or tweezers curl the ends of the LE...
Using a pen, mark where you want the LEDs to go while the leggings are on you. Put the cardboard insert in the leggings where you are sewing so you h...
Start with the LED closest to the foot of the leggings. Sew the positive end to the leggings. Sew up the leggings attaching only the positive ends of ...
Put in the battery and twist the clasp together! Its that easy : )
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