I definitely like the iPad sleeves and bags from Hard Graft, and these ones from Mujjo have a similarly pleasing aesthetic. This sleeve is part of Mujjo’s Originals collection, in which you’ll find good looking sleeves for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks.
Felt and linen are great materials to choose when you want to put together an easy DIY device cozy. Felt is soft and it’s not difficult to sew, so creating your own cozies and cases for your tech devices becomes a lot less problematic if you’re not an expert sewer. Once you’ve completed your cozy, don’t be afraid to decorate it, just like Geninne did with hers.
This cute little felt case for the iPhone will work with your brand new iPhone 4S. The cover showcases the TV color bars that were broadcast once your favorite TV channel went off the air. It’s a soft carrying case, rather than a hard plastic one to protect your smartphone.
iPad cases are a dime a dozen, but any case that costs $2 is definitely worth a look, especially when it looks like this and can be easily made with some IKEA stuff. This felt iPad case was conceived by Sah-Rah and I have to say that it looks really nice.
With everyone is sporting similiar-looking devices, it can be the accessories that distinguish you from the crowds. So there’s on reason to be carrying around a me-too laptop case or sleeve when there are so many fashionable options available…
If you’re looking for something a bit different in an iPad case, then you might want to check out this Hard Graft case that’s handmade in Italy. While it’s a bit more expensive than most, you get a pretty unique case that has a bunch of features and great materials.
It’s kind of amazing the amount of detail that Ray Cannon is able to capture with his needle-felted designs. While I’ll probably never try this, I can appreciate the hard work that went into this. Ray makes quite a few different things with his needles, including this incredible E.T.
While we’ve seen many different types of plastic chairs, these are the first that we’ve come across that are actually made out of felt. This type of molded felt is also 100% recyclable, which just goes to show you how much you can do with that material.
While I can’t remember the last time I saw a TV test pattern, I can say that this is a swanky-looking TV cover. It was handmade by Jason Loper, and has a retro style will definitely not look out of place in any modern dwelling.
I really like the angles and the general shape of this frame, a lot more than some of the other TT frames that I’ve seen. Felt has got an interesting battery placement for the Di2 version of this TT rig. The battery is located on the seat-tube, under the seat. While it looks very clean, I doubt that it’s very efficient. The weight of the battery is best placed as low as possible.