Sewing by hand can be tedious. Sewing by hand with conductive thread is frustrating.
The thread I use is almost woolly, so if you use too much at once, it twists and tangles in itself. Ugh.
For a project I have in mind, there would be much sewing with conductive thread. But we recently got a sewing machine, and this weekend I thought … heeeeey! The thread actually comes in little bobbins. Maybe I could load one in the machine?
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