Post Tagged with: "conductive thread"

Core Spun

Core Spun

on10 February 2016 / in eTextile

  Cleaning up the studio and I found some core spun conductive yarn samples from Jayce Boggs.      

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Lace Speakers with Conductive Thread

Lace Speakers with Conductive Thread

on29 July 2015 / in eTextile, travel

     

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Coffee with Sara

Coffee with Sara

on29 July 2015 / in eTextile, life, travel

  Sara is hosting an eTextile workshop at Sajeta so I met her for coffee to help spread the electronic sewing love!    

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Idrija Bobbin Lace Class

Idrija Bobbin Lace Class

on23 July 2015 / in eTextile, life, textiles, travel

  While in Slovenia I’m taking lace making classes.   I arrived in Ljubljana without supplies so my teacher lent me her mother’s bobbins and pillow.     This is third piece of lace I worked on.     Of course I had to insert electronics into my project! More about eTextiles can be found on my sister blog The […]

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eTextile Sound Speaker Prototypes

eTextile Sound Speaker Prototypes

on29 June 2015 / in electronics, textiles

  Speaker prototypes from conductive thread.    

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Sewing in Nature

Sewing in Nature

on8 June 2015 / in sewing

  Stitching speakers into Mother Nature’s leaves.      

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Conductive Thread Samples from Silverell

Conductive Thread Samples from Silverell

on31 March 2015 / in eTextile

  Conductive thread samples from Silverell in 2007. Wrapped in plastic and stored in the dark for seven years and there is no degradation in the threads ability to transmit electrical signals.    

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Handwoven Conductive Fabric

Handwoven Conductive Fabric

on18 April 2014 / in textiles, weaving

  Conductive fabric I wove in 2010. You can see the conductive threads in the warp.    

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Great Grandmother’s Sewing Tray

Great Grandmother’s Sewing Tray

on22 March 2014 / in studio

and a large 1 lb. spool of Silverell conductive thread purchased in 2009. I think she would be thrilled!

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Testing ALL the Conductive Threads!

Testing ALL the Conductive Threads!

on22 February 2014 / in studio

  Documenting the final numbers for resistance on ALL the conductive threads. ALL of them!    

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Conductive Thread Comparisons

Conductive Thread Comparisons

on30 January 2014 / in eTextile

  Over the past month I’ve been ordering conductive thread from ebay, etsy, and online retailers. The past two days I’ve been hand sewing samplers of a basic LED circuit with the thread options. I’ll start posting results on The eTextile Lounge next week. Meanwhile – my advice is buyers beware and only purchase conductive thread with resistance of 20 […]

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Testing the Continuity

Testing the Continuity

on21 January 2014 / in electronics, eTextile

Using my Fluke75 multimeter to test the continuity of a conductive thread sample.

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SALE – conductive thread 9.5 Ω/ft resistance

SALE – conductive thread 9.5 Ω/ft resistance

on22 September 2013 / in eTextile

I finished a project and have some extra thread to sell. 9.5 ohms per foot resistance works on top needle of home sewing machine 1 bobbin holds apx 60 feet (20 yards) of thread $22 for USA – includes shipping! email me at lynne @ lynnebruning.com for paypal options and shipping info

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The Twisted Warp

The Twisted Warp

on17 September 2013 / in weaving

I was able to dress Holly with a five month old warp that has been waiting to be wound on to the back beam. But only after I salvaged the stainless steel conductive thread and cut out all of the tangled grey pearl cotton warp threads. WHile I was away there must be thready gremlins that infiltrated The Gas Station […]

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Shopping for 234/34 4 ply conductive thread

Shopping for 234/34 4 ply conductive thread

on2 March 2013 / in eTextile

Years ago I purchased a cone of 234/34 4 ply conductive thread with a resistance of 15 ohms/foot. As you can see in the photo – Sheildex labels it as 235/34. They explained that this number change is because the thread is wound on a one pound cone. It is great thread that I have used for teaching as well […]

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