—all of my own making.
I made a phone or iPod case out of dark purple felt with cream and mustard accents. I followed this tutorial for the most part, but I modified it as my experience dictated. I hand appliqued the details on this item with a simple slip stitch. The Slice didn't really want to cut the felt in one go, so I picked the simplest shapes so that there would be less room for error when I ran the machine twice. The single layer of felt didn't turn out to be very sturdy for a potentially oft-used case. So if I were to make it again I would either get industrial-grade felt or I would try using iron-on adhesive to stick two layers of felt together.
I also made a small bag and I "put a bird on it!" (See sketch comedy show Portlandia.) I followed this tutorial for the most part and it worked out fine. I thought the straps were a little too wide in the finished product, but they weren't egregious.
And finally I made a wallet with a cameo detail. This was the most complicated applique, but it was worth it. It took time and patience to machine zig-zag around all the scallops and the fine features of the face. I followed this tutorial for the wallet body, but I wouldn't use it again. There was more than one problem with this pattern, but mainly there's a lot of bulk in the seams that I had to figure my way around to make it look more professional. But it was a great idea to use hair elastics as closures; they come in many, many, many more colors than the round elastic you can buy at craft and fabric stores, and they're cheap, to boot.
From what I understand, Making Memories will be using these items in a promotional video for the Slice. If the video becomes available for public consumption, I'll post it.
I didn't want to do a tutorial for these, but will be happy to answer any and all questions about the sewing and the project. Also, I apologize for the sad novice photographer skills.