Becky Stern is always coming up with something new in softcircuits and electronic embroidery. She has posted a video on her Sternlab blog showing us how to create and stitch tiny, almost-flat LED sequins. Imagine the applications for these wee …
Wouldn’t you love to embroider a jarful of fireflies that light up? Go to the Craftzine.com post for the link to the free pattern and tutorial by Haley of The Zen of Making.
When the weather is frigid, must you risk frost bite to use your smart phone? Not any more. Becky Stern of Sternlab says, “Use a bit of conductive thread to make your gloves work with your touch screen phone.” Go …
The Relaxolotl gives us a peek at the fabulous steampunk dress she created over the past year. Look closely at the skirt. Some of the stars in those constellations light up! See more at her blog post.
the_gella has posted a timely tutorial on Instructables. She says,
Inspired by Becky Stern’s Electronic Embroidery Tutorial, this pattern uses LEDs as the string of lights on a felt Christmas tree applique. I’ve included a tree pattern that fits
Carleyy‘s tutorial on Instructables shows us how to use soft circuits to make leggings sparkle. She says,
Create a light show with these light up LEDs. Wear them dancing and all eyes in the room will be on you.
Are you keeping an eye on the Lily Pond? Here’s the site summary:
LilyPond is a budding online resource that allows people to document and share projects that blend electronics and textiles. We are developing the site to provide
quasiben has posted “A Full Demonstration of All LilyPad Components” over on Instructables.com. The LilyPad soft-circuit platform has allowed for the boom in electronic embroidery because it uses conductive threads that don’t require soldering. Get lots of good info from …
LilyPond is a new site for sharing soft circuit projects, resources, and tutorials. It’s in development by the high-low tech group at the MIT Media Lab. It looks like a lot of their
Get the latest on soft-circuits from the women who know: Angela Sheehan and Becky Stern. See video of their Maker Faire demo over on Craftzine.com.
Flying Diamonds by Becky Stern of Sternlab
Becky Stern of SternLab and Craftzine.com — and trailblazer of electronic embroidery — has “inspired” Maker Shed to offer an LED Sewing Kit. You get all the hardware to create a softcircuit masterpiece for just US$ 15.00. Get the …
At least two examples of fabulous, conceptual electronic embroidery have cropped up on Craftzine.com lately.
(1) Becky Stern pointed out this dress design by Stijn Ossevoort that is “embellished with wind-sensitive electronic dandelions.” So lovely. And brilliant. See the post.…