Resistor Necktie

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In this episode of Becky’s Workshop, learn to construct a basic long necktie with stripes to represent your favorite value of resistor – fashion inspired by the electronics bench! Learn to work with slippery fabrics cut on the bias. In addition to the video, you can find a full step-by-step tutorial for the resistor necktie over on Make: Projects.

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6 thoughts on “Resistor Necktie

  1. Brian Tkatch says:

    OK, geeks are resistant to neck ties. So here’s a tie with resistance printed right on it.
    This creates a Kirkonian logic problem.
    Must wear tie.
    I hate ties.
    I will show my resistance on the tie.
    I now like tie a little and have less resistance to it.
    To be truthful, i must now lessen listed resistance.
    Showing less resistance isn’t as kewl.
    Showing more resistance means i like it so it is a lie.
    But showing less resistance means i no longer like it, so it is a lie.
    Ahhhhh!
    less is more
    more is less
    *kabloom*
    Gee thanx guys, the neck tie used to be just a noose, now it’s a self-imploding detonator.

  2. Video Streaming Social TV says:

    Very nice of school to work in fashion design as well to think of other people would not lose the things that so many people follow suit.
    Thank you,,,

  3. Rosemary says:

    This is the best of ALL the how to make a neck tie videos. Especially as it had NO ads to start with that you HAVE to watch.
    Thank you. Rosemary

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Becky Stern is a Content Creator at Autodesk/Instructables, and part time faculty at New York’s School of Visual Arts Products of Design grad program. Making and sharing are her two biggest passions, and she's created hundreds of free online DIY tutorials and videos, mostly about technology and its intersection with crafts. Find her @bekathwia on YouTube/Twitter/Instagram.

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