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A simple, decorative momentary button made from conductive fabric, conductive thread, and common craft supplies.
LilyPad + Stunt Kite = Awesome
She's always sending me mixed signals. Checkout this twist on a stoplight costume using MOSFETs, XBee, and plenty of blinking LEDs.
Sometimes you want the bulb shape of a regular LED in a project, or would like your LED to sit on top of your fabric without a visible PCB, however small. For those situations and more, here is a quick tutorial on sewing with regular LEDs.
A brief introduction to sewing an Arduino circuit with the Lilypad Arduino Simple board. This tutorial requires no programming knowledge.
A video primer on the basics of LilyPad etextiles, using a simple circuit.
Building a jousting bot
A beginner's guide to building a circuit with the new LilyPad LilyTwinkle!
A fun, craft-heavy project that uses the LilyPad TinyTwinkle to illuminate a pair of translucent fairy wings.
How to sew the ProtoSnap e-sewing kit together!
New tutorial featuring the logomatic data logger and a new class weaving conductive thread.
Building a muscle-riffic demo for conductive yarn!
Check out today's episode of "Engineering Roundtable."
Check out this nice e-textiles project from a SparkFun customer.
Join us for a fun workshop at Wondercon in Anaheim!
Here are a few tips for creating your e-textiles workshop and activities.
Check out this new tutorial for the ProtoSnap E-Sewing Kit.
We're headed to Maker Faire! Get a free ticket with each piece of SparkFun swag.
Check out some coverage of past e-textile meetups as well as an update on upcoming wearable technology events!
New. Lots. XBee, linear pots, encoder, USB ANT Stick, a little LilyPad proto board, some AA batteries, and a new Rotary Phone using Bluetooth!
We'll have the LilyPad kits available for sale at the Maker Shed. And we now have a PDF catalog!
SparkFun teamed up with DIY.org, a web community that encourages kids to gain skills in all sort of areas - from astronomy to camping to hardware hacking - to bring a new skill to their site: the fabric hacker.
48 hours of intense learning, sharing of ideas, products and eTextile love. Sparkfunʼs eTextile maven Lynne Bruning reports on her latest progress of mating textiles with microprocessors.
Recapping SparkFun's experience teaching area teachers about electronics.
Tom Becker was nice enough to email us and comment on our <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/present.php?p=GPSClock-1">12ft. GPS wall clock</a>. Then he put us to shame...
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Angela from the Education Department visited F.I.T's Digital Spa Maker Camp to present a workshop on LilyPad and e-textiles.
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SparkFun Electronics at NSTA National Conference Who is SparkFun SparkFun Electronics Department of Education views electronics as more than just a fun hobby or a career path, but as …
XBee Buying Guide Welcome to the wireless world of XBee. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t, either way you are in for a fun ride. XBees are tiny blue chips that can communicate …
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Conductive fabrics and threads suitable for touch screen gloves
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