July 22, 2016 AT 3:00 pm
Community Corner – July 22, 2016: The Featured Projects from this Week
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This week in our Community,
Claudio Sousa shared his Arduino powered Simon Says project! Check out the full tutorial on instructables here.
Simon Says Game based on Arduino (
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This week on the blog,
we featured this festive, flora powered sparkle skirt from Jill Dawson.
…Throughout this process, I learned quite a bit. In addition to figuring out how to make gathers in fabric using the cording foot on my sewing machine, I discovered the beauty of fabric paint as an electrical insulator, which I’d never thought about prior to this experiment. (
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