Okay, so I have been banned from all things crafty for the following threee weeks or so, which means I suddenly get these weird, craft-related questions popping up.
Putting a whole series of LEDs (I blame it on my brother's LED-studded pc keyboard with glowy LED-powered scroller bit on top of the matching mouse) into an article of clothing (jeans, T-shirt, hoodie,...) would probably cause things like electrocution, burns, death and freakish explanations in ambulances. But then news spreads and you learn that a town uses glass fibre for its lit christmas decorations to save energy (and probably loads of money, too). You know, like with the portable UFO lights or some kinds of christmas tree lights, lighting one street-width of decoration with one bulb. Questions at the nearest EA-ICT semi-specialist tells me that
"Glass fibre won't get any hotter under a lamp than your glasses would."
So my question is: is it possible to put glass fibre in anything made out of cloth and then light it up with the use of a low-heat generating light source (like a blue LED similar to the type used for lit juggling balls) in a (hidden) pocket, linked to the glass fibre?