Stainless Thin Conductive Yarn / Thick Conductive Thread Is 316L stainless steel thread and it is somewhere between a thick thread and a thin yarn. Most sewing machines wouldn't be happy with this thread since its thick, and it has the 'furry' soft feel of yarn which makes it poor for most e-textiles/wearables projects. However, the high conductivity and softness make it a great thread for making smart phone gloves.
Sew a couple inches into the pad of your gloves to keep your hands warm while you use your smart phone, tablet or any other device with a 'capacitive' touch screen. Because capacitive sensors sense your finger through conductivity, not pressure, they don't work when you wear your gloves - they act as insulators. Just follow Adafruit’s tutorial and in 10 minutes you will have upgraded winter wear.
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