Step 1: Materials Required
2. LEDs (colors of your choice)
4. Sewing Thread
5. Conductive Thread
7. Round nose plier
9. Transparent nail polish (Optional)
10. Lily Tiny
11. 3 V Coin Cell
12. Lily-pad coin cell battery holder.
13. Transparent Cello-Tape.
Step 2: Setting up the power supply
2. Do the same for the negative terminals as well.
Insulate the connection using transparent nail polish or transparent Scotch/Sello-tape. (Fig.2)
Now the connection is ready!
Note: You should be careful that the connection does not short- circuit, make sure that the connection is proper so as to avoid loose contact. Also be careful about the polarity of the connection. If you accidentally switch the direction of current flow in the system the LilyTiny board could get damaged.
Step 3: Making the necklace
lost and tie it across the center of the ribbon. (Fig.1)
2. To get connections from all the pins of Lily-Tiny, sew each of the pins to the ribbon using a conductive thread. (Fig.3)
3. Make a pattern on 2 sides of the ribbon using beads. (Fig.4)
Step 4: Making the Ribbon Flower
After making the flower, insert an LED s in to the center of the flower.
Note: There are 4 INPUT pins for a Lily tiny, but here we have used only 3. So made 3 flowers.
Refer to this tutorial for an indepth introduction to the Lilytwinkle board (which is the same as the Lilytiny except for the blink patterns available)
Step 5: Making connections
LED leaving the length required for making the loop.)
2. Now sew all the negative terminals to negative of the battery holder using conductive thread..
3. Using a round nose plier, make a small loop in the positive terminal of the LED.
4. Now take each positive leg of LED and sew it with each pin connections (Mentioned in '2' of STEP: 3)
Now your jewelry is ready. Put the coin cell battery in to the battery holder to make the LEDs glow.