– Using a sewing machine, sew two parallel lines of the solderable conductive thread to the fabric by zig-zaging over them with a regular (non-sythetic) thread.
– Solder on the LEDs.
– Cut the conductive thread on one of the leads and insert the 10 Ohm resistor.
– Sew and solder the LilyPower module.
– Plug the battery and turn on.
– Use stuffing or padding with translucent gauze fabric to diffuse the light if desired.
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