Neil has been struggling to keep up with technology for years, preferring a more analog lifestyle over the virtual world. All that changed when he dove in head first with his 10 inch iPad pro for reviewing drawings on site.
Panicked that he might not resist the urge to use his tablet as a hammer on slow internet days, I fashioned a protective cover for it and tossed a logo on it just to see if we could.
We created a felted cork for the project, which yielded some really interesting possibilities, including being a great foil for laser engraving. It’s firm, somewhat rigid, but with a pliability that allowed it to flow through a sewing machine for the final stitching.
It can’t compete on price to manufacture, but it sure makes up for it in style!
Taking on personal projects are an adventure we always learn a bit from, and the holidays offer added incentive to get creative. This lego table was designed with the idea that it could age well past the lego building years (we still haven’t outgrown it) and act as a coffee table, games table and lego storage.
In the spirit of giving we’ve included the plans so you can build your own if you’ve got a similar passion for woodcraft. Enjoy !