Sticklets are flexible silicone connectors made in a variety of configurations

One of our secret passions is connectors — not just connectors of ideas – but connectors of physical things as well: materials you can build with. We can’t wait to try out Stick-lets, flexible, stretchy silicone connectors made in a variety of configuerations. (They’re meant for kids, but when did that ever stop us?) You use them to connect sticks and wood or metal dowels to build structures. They got us thinking about the indoor pop-up guest room we’ve been imagining for years. We’d get a bunch of 1-inch dowels and go to town.

Sticklets are flexible silicone connectors made in a variety of configurations

Sticklets are flexible silicone connectors made in a variety of configurations

Sticklets are flexible silicone connectors made in a variety of configurations

Sticklets are flexible silicone connectors made in a variety of configurations

via Better Living Through Design

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