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Adapting Quilt Patterns to Polymer Clay by Judith Skinner, Sarajane Helm

By Judith Skinner, Sarajane Helm

Cover block designs and pieced best styles lend themselves fantastically to millefiore cane making and different concepts utilized in polymer clay. recognized polymer clay artists Judith Skinner (creator of the «Skinner Blend»)and Sarajane Helm carry you this new one hundred and five web page complete colour e-book jam-packed with beautiful photos and transparent directions. The authors express tips to create awesome duvet styles in polymer clay! Many block styles are proven together with Amish Bars, Log Cabin diversifications, 9 Patch, Drunkards direction and extra. colourful oven-cured polymer clay is used to create jewellery, miniatures, ornamental goods and extra. The Gallery part contains the paintings of many different polymer clay artisans. As an exploration of colour and development that is going some distance past the elemental how-to, this publication will be loved on many degrees.

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4. Trace the outline of the wire onto your skirt with sewing chalk. Allow 1∕8 inch (3 mm) on each side of the wire to create a tube for the wire. 5. With regular thread, sew along these lines from the outside of the skirt and through the lining to create a tunnel for the wire. You can do this by hand using a backstitch. It will be faster if you use a sewing machine. 6. Cut a small hole at the top of the skirt near the switch and insert the EL wire. Watch out for bunching! 7. Sew the top and bottom of the tube closed with regular thread.

New York: Potter Craft, 2008. com Find instructions for a variety of fun e-textile projects. edu Check out some e-textile projects others have created. 31 MAKERS as Innovators Index Arduino microcontroller, 23–25 batteries, 15–16 Buechley, Leah, 8, 24–25 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 8, 24–25 microcontrollers, 23–25 needles, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18, 20 circuits, 21–22 conductive thread, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 28 electricity, 8, 16, 19, 26 electroluminescent (EL) wire, 26–29 Fashion Fly project, 26–29 paints, 4, 5, 8, 20, 29 seams, 10, 14 sensors, 5–6, 7, 29 sewing machines, 9, 18, 28 stitches, 10–12, 14, 18, 20, 28 supplies, 9–10, 15–17 switches, 21–22, 27, 28, 29 Gadget Gloves project, 19–20 zippers, 21, 26, 28 knots, 11, 12, 20 LEDs, 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 LilyPad microcontroller, 24, 25 About the Author Jan Toth-Chernin is the director of information and technology at Greenhills School in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

28 E-Textiles Go someplace fun! Most switches on EL wire are programmed so users can select how they want their wire to glow: steady, blinking, or off and on. Conductive Ink and Paints Ink has been around for ages. Now it’s being used to print circuits, sensors, and switches directly onto fabric and paper. For example, sleeping bags printed with conductive inks help keep campers’ feet warm. You can experiment with conductive ink and paint for yourself. There are paints on the market that are photochromic, which means that they can change color when exposed to sunlight.

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