The North Carolina college of textiles has an amazing e-learning resource for those of you who are interested in going deeper into the fiber arts.
This is a really great book on modern weaving techniques, including woven sensors and 3D woven fabrics.
Nicole sent me this really great article about thermochromics in couture.
When creating traces with conductive threads, it’s often useful to use the backstitch because it creates a more secure stitch and a neater look than a basic running stitch.
This method is great for securing electronic components such as wires, resistors and anything with leads in place on fabrics.
Here are a couple more links about conductive threads and yarns and wearables.