When: February 2, 12:00 to 5:30
We’ll intersperse lessons with small projects. You’ll learn what an Arduino is, and how to sew it together with fun glowing, noisy things on a scarf or hat or shoes or whatever we find that we can work thread through. We’ll have a break with sandwiches so that no one goes hungry
What to bring
Required: Yourself, a laptop, and $42 dollars if you go home with an Arduino, else $20.
Suggested for maximum fun:
- scrap fabric, zippers, buttons and notions
- junk toys with keypads, switches, speakers, etc.
- old gloves, scarves, hats and such
- scissors, pliers and other small hand tools
We have room for 20 people and some overflow, but we only have 20 Floras to give out. We’re using this meetup to handle RSVPs: eTextiles using Arduino
If you can’t make this workshop then sign up for the next workshop on March 2 here: eTextile Workshop