Angela Sheehan

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3 Ways to Use Conductive Fabric in an E-Textile Project

Most people only think of conductive thread when they begin to explore e-sewing projects, but there are a variety of conductive materials available to use in constructing projects. Conductive fabric ... Continue reading

4 Crafty Ways to Make DIY Sewable Electronic Sensors

BY Angela Sheehan 8/17/17 6:25 AM

e-textiles STEAM

Creating your own sensors for e-textiles, soft circuits and wearables is a uniquely creative way to dive a bit more into the inner workings of sensors and switches. In addition to being a relatively ... Continue reading

9 Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List: Electronic Crafts, Paper Circuits and E-Textiles

Whether you are looking to get new ideas for your classoom, read up on materials and academic research or just find some fun projects to create, we've gathered up nine of our favorite maker titles ... Continue reading

Create Your Own E-Textile Teaching Tools

In March, we shared our techniques for building paper circuit teaching tools — large props to help students understand project construction techniques. This post will show you how to build and use a ... Continue reading

5 Tips for Teaching E-Textiles

Teaching e-textiles can be a daunting task for educators new to the craft. We've compiled our top five tips and tricks to use while designing and facilitating a class or lesson around learning to sew ... Continue reading

Create Your Own Paper Circuit Teaching Tools

Electronic craft projects are quickly becoming one of our most popular activities for classrooms exploring STEAM. Students can learn about simple circuits through building creative pop-up cards with ... Continue reading

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