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  • adj. Capable of being sewed.


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sew +‎ -able


  • You may embroider it as-is, or trace the different pieces of the hen tail, wing, body, crown, waddle and then trace onto sewable Heat and Bond, following the package directions.

    I hope you had a Merry Christmas....

  • It is almost superfluous to say that she patched and mended the household garments, washed the most of things washable, sewed the sewable, darned the sock, and, generally, did-up the whole McKay family.

    The Buffalo Runners A Tale of the Red River Plains

  • The jackets are made by Shih Chien University fashion students with the direction of Leah Buechley and use the LilyPad, a sewable set of electronic components.

    Bike Hugger

  • Inspired by the LilyPad, and the wishes of little girls, Dave Clausen and I created the Twinkle Pad, a board made specifically for sewable LEDs, to create the Fairytale Fashion designs.

    MAKE Magazine

  • George Lucas and Steve Jobs, talked about the creation of Poststitch, an interpreter that took a Postscript file as input and converted it into a machine-sewable pattern.

    Ars Technica

  • The design is a prototype for a new series of sewable circuit kits by Polymath Design Lab. [via]

    magpie and cake

  • Bachelorette using a LilyPad Arduino and some LilyPad sewable LEDs.

    MAKE Magazine

  • If youre interested in getting started with soft electronics or the LilyPad Arduino, the worlds first sewable microcontroller, give these a whirl: Lilypad E-Sewing Kit The LilyPad e-sewing kit contains the bits to sew LEDs into any piece of clothing.

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