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New hand-made iPod shuffle sleeves available

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By LC Angell

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Published: Monday, June 6, 2005
News Categories: iPod shuffle

imageJocelyn Vilter of Charter Oak Rags let us know about her new line of hand-made iPod shuffle sleeves. She offers a variety of designs, including several jacquards, prints and solids. Each lightweight case features a detachable beaded lanyard. The iPod shuffle sleeves from Charter Oak Rags are priced at $10 each.

Meanwhile, Mercury Software Japan has introduced the iTabi shuffle, a new iPod Shuffle case made from embroidered gold fabric (kinran) traditionally used for making the kimono sash (obi) in Japan. “Like the ‘tabi’ or the traditional Japanese sock worn with kimono, iTabi protects your iPod while ‘on the road’ (another meaning of tabi).” The iTabi shuffle sells for $19.98.

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dp you do a i pod shuffle pirates of the carabian sock.

Posted by christine melton on October 5, 2008 at 1:24 AM (PDT)

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