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Soft-side "Legos"

Velcro'd pillow cubes
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Little, Velcro-covered pillows about 4" or 6" on a side. Easy to play with, has limitless constructs, non-injuring and can't be swallowed by baby.

My preference would be to have three 'male' and three 'female' faces on each cube (both in 'U' shapes) but any combination is possible. Since the pillow version won't work well taller structures, the pre-school version could be a padded plastic block for greater structural integrity.

phoenix, Jun 11 2002

Lego Furniture http://www.halfbake...ea/Lego_20furniture
Something solid to put these cushions on. [bookworm, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       That's not entirely true. I expect my sandwich to be cut at the corners and my beer ice cold - and while you're at it, pick up my socks. *Ducks*
thumbwax, Jun 11 2002

       I'm just trying to figure out whose faces we are going to put on the pillows.   

       Could we also do something about linclon logs? They are a pain to get out of the throats that they lodge so well in.
barnzenen, Jun 11 2002

       These might have some practical uses besides toys. Build your child's bed larger as he grows with them, for one.
RayfordSteele, Jun 13 2002

       so sweet, so impractical, the adults might like these better :)
po, Jun 13 2002

       Great for building play forts ....   

       On a more serious level, the basis for reconfigurable furniture ?
8th of 7, Jun 13 2002

       baked, they are already used to create indoor playgrounds for creches etc.
etherman, May 12 2004


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