‘Amigurumi Electronics Components’ are Exactly That – Free Patterns Provided #ArtTuesday
Somehow I missed this when it was posted a couple months back over at Make: Projects – they’re great, and for all you crochet-makers out there there’s still plenty of time to make these in time for Xmas!
I designed these myself after feeling the need to merge electronics with the textile arts. I’ve rendered the two most common electronics parts–the LED and the resistor–into an extra cute and soft form.
If you know how to crochet, make your own amigurumi electronics components using the patterns for free below!
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