Toddler gets an iPhone quilt, "fanboy" term taken to a whole new level

Toddler gets an iPhone quilt, "fanboy" term taken to a whole new level
The wacky world of gadget aficionados has had its fair share of fanboyish accessories and events, and it is usually the cult of Apple that comes up with the funniest stuff.

One Harriet Rosin seems to have been worried that her little grandson, Gabriel Stein, will be missing those colorful, glowing iOS icons that his parents distract him with, when he goes to sleep. Therefore she rolled up her sleeves and hand-knitted... you'll never guess... a quilt that visualizes an iPhone screen.

We know that quilts with prints of your loved ones' favorite stuff, or made out of their college t-shirts have saved the Christmas for millions of people, devoid of gift ideas, but this might be taking it too far. The comment from the father under the picture - "There's a nap for that!". Priceless.

source: via IntoMobile



3. Sheila unregistered

It's sewn, not knitted. Big difference.

2. NotanAppleFan unregistered

Im not really a fan of Apple products. Not that I hate them. I just find other products more to my liking, but I think this is really cool. Someone put a lot of time into this. I would buy one for my kids if they were available.

1. newwon

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 30, 2010

Its a great quilt but you can't cover it for liquid damage.

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