Nice coat project from Instructables user evolve1383!
This is a fun and easy way to add some LIGHT to an article of clothing. Before beginning this project, I had a few hours of Arduino microcontroller experience and no experience working with conductive thread. I recommend that you have some basic Arduino experience before beginning this project. Experience sewing with a machine and by hand was helpful but not required.
I welcome any feedback or suggestions you might have to improve my tutorial. Thanks!
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