We always love seeing members of the Adafruit community sharing their projects and tutorials on the web which is why we were excited to see Cynthia’s take on this thermometer scarf that we posted about last week. Check out the comments section of the original tutorial for more photos of Cynthia’s version of the project! She writes:
Thanks for the awesome inspiration!! I had some lovely plum wool that was apparently just waiting for such a cool project as this. I embroidered the temperature numbers, and tube-knitted a sheath for the LED strip to be housed into.
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