2022-07-13 (W) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Cut sleeve version

I wanted a custom sleeve with a hole to show off the lights. So long as the garment is comfortable, it should be easy to wear long-term, and when the lights are off, it should look like the hole is intentional. I bought some fabric adhesive to cut into the material without destroying the rest. I stretched the sleeve over a cardboard tube and applied the glue in a circle the same size as the loop.
Fray Check applied to sleeve

After the glue dried, I cut along the edge, and the adhesive seemed to hold well. When I wore it, my arm stretched the hole larger than the coil. I should have accounted for this, but I bought four sleeves, so I will try again.
Right spot, wrong size

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