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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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 infoRead more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›