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Arduino Wearable Projects by Tony Olsson

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Leather time

Once you have soldered your components together, it is time to bring out the needle and thread as we will need to stitch the last part of the construction. There are a few steps to this next part in order to finish the watch. I recommend that you first read through this part to get a good overview of the steps so you can make the necessary preparations and gather your tools.

You will also need the piece of leather you have selected. Figure 9.9 shows how the watch template is placed onto the piece of leather I used for the watch in this chapter. There is no need to cut the leather yet, since once we will start stitching, you will note that the components on top of the template will add to the demotions of the watch and having some extra ...

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