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The eyes on this Jack-o-lantern knitted wristband light up RED when you squeeze it.I was already knitting a wrist band / pulse warmer when I thought: wouldn't it ...
The Electronic Sewing Kit (tm) from http://www.aniomagic.com contains:- conductive thread- two hand-made LED sequins - a hand-made cloth switch- a small, flat battery- battery holder made from regular ...
Arrange your pieces to see how they fit. While you're at it, tie off your thread with a knot.
Make several passes through the copper bead on any light. Secure your stitches with a knot.
Connect the second light by fastening its copper bead in the same way.
Now connect the switch. Apply a dash of fabric glue to keep your knots from untangling. You must cut the thread after connecting the lights to the switch. ...
Connect the two silver beads to the square tab on the battery holder. Even though they may be really close, make sure this new segment of thread does ...
Connect the other end of the switch to the rounded tab on the battery holder. Insert the battery and carefully seal the holder shut.
Your lights should twinkle red when you press the switch. If you'd like to get started, order your own ready-made kit, with soft, washable components from http://www.aniomagic.comEnjoy!
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