Copper Textile

Copper textile I think is a very nice conductor for using in fabrics. I also found payable copper textiles in silver and black, besides the normal copper colored ones. These textiles are often made as EMF protection for e.g. packaging. I actually even found EMF protected curtains to protect your living room from radiation from…

Textile Paint Conductive Sewing Thread

Sewing thread is almost impossible to dye. This is because the temperatures to paint this thread are so high that you need a machine for that. Although I understand some conductive thread is made out of a combination of cotton and steel. This might be more doable, but I haven’t been able to get any…

Needle Felting

The first technique I tried in my preliminary research for Sensoric Fabrics was needle felting. Like many tries I found the instructions for including conductivity on Kobakant. Links below! I used merino wool and one felting needle. Later on I used three needles at once, which is faster but a bit challenging. For that there’s…