Fabric

Velcro

Conductive Thread

Battery

LED

Needle

PCB Battery Holder

Finishing Tape

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tape

scissors

needle nose pliers

ruler

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Cut a strip of FABRIC 3/4 of an inch wide (use ruler above).

The strip should be at least as wide as the PCB.

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Bend the legs of the LED as shown:

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Orient the LED so that the LONGER LEG is on the right.

The LONG LEG is the POSITIVE LEAD (+) = DIAMOND shape


The SHORT LEG is the NEGATIVE LEAD (-) = CIRCULAR shape

2b

Bend the legs into a “V” shape. 

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Using the PLIERS, twist the end of the short leg into a circular shape.

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Then bend both legs to form a 90 degree angle with the LED dome.

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Using the PLIERS, twist the end of the long leg into a diamond shape.

AZELLACO

eeTextile LED Ring Kit Tutorial

KIT PARTS
TOOLS NEEDED
MAKE IT

The eTextile LED Ring Kit is a fun and educational, illuminated LED ring kit that you make yourself.


Using the enclosed parts and instructions, you will assemble a wearable, electronic circuit by sewing an LED onto fabric using conductive thread, powered by a coin cell battery.  The finished ring is a fun, eye-catching accessory!


Advanced users can use the kit parts to sew the LED onto any piece of fabric to create their own original eTextile designs.

What will I learn?


•  how to assemble a soft circuit

•  how to sew by hand

•  how to use conductive thread

•  basic electronics

•  how to make your own eTextile design

More ways to make the kit


For the classroom or when you’re not near a computer, download the printable .pdf version of this tutorial: Azellaco_LED_Ring_Kit_Tutorial.pdf


Follow along with the video tutorial on YouTube.

Please refer to our policies regarding safety when making this kit.  Azellaco and its owner(s) disclaim all responsibility for any resulting damage, injury, or expense.   

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