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Ring in the New Year with a neck-worn light show.
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A light-up bowtie is never a bad decision. This simple, affordable project combined a little 3D printing, a little EL wire, and a little bit of fishing line (what?) And how!
Glowing Bean Bags with EL Wire
for nighttime yard games & juggling
This beginner sewing project will teach you to stitch crisp corners and add EL wire piping to your own set of DIY bean bags.
EL Wire Stocking
Xmas with a glow!
Spell out your loved ones' names on a Christmas stocking-- in light! This is a super easy EL wire project perfect for newbies to both EL and sewing.
EL wire speed project
Light up the night with a glowing hooded sweatshirt using EL wire. Perfect for Halloween or Burning Man!
EL Wire Animal Masks
Make a glowing impression on Halloween
Create a wire frame mask on a bike helmet! Great for parades, Burning Man, or any time you want to get noticed in the dark.
EL Wire Hair Accent
Electrify your ensemble with this easy EL-trimmed hair bow!
Glowing Star Chuck Taylor Sneakers
Pumped up kicks
Mod your Converse sneakers with EL panel!
EL Wire Sign
Make your design glow
EL wire is a super effective way to create neon-esque decorations- and cost efficient too. Liven up your parties or laser tag arena with some DIY EL wire signs!
Working with Electroluminescent Wire
EL Wire, also known as Electroluminescent wire, is a stiff wire core coated with phosphor and then covered with a protective PVC sheath. When an AC signal is applied to it, it glows a cool neon color. Find out how to solder, power, and work with EL Wire in your next project.
Turn an old laptop bag into geek-chic
Tote your Thinkpad and port your Apple in style with our custom TRON-inspired laptop bag tutorial. With a little soldering and sewing skills you can have your own light up satchel, sure to impress geeky friends. So grab your sewing needle and soldering iron and follow along!
Run a workshop with EL wire, tape, & panel!
Learn some tips, tricks, and extras that will have a whole classroom of students making working EL wire/tape/panel projects in just a few hours.