Cute way to add electronics to your knitted projects! Via potipoti on Instructables.
Want to make your knitted clothes fancier using LEDs, yet not looking like a walking Christmas tree?
We have developed this awesome pom-pom that diffuses the light from a LED. By connecting it to a microcontroller (Arduino or AtTiny) you can also have this awesome glow…
The switches are activated using capacitive sensing, and you can program the micro controller to perform several different patterns.
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