I claim gerbilonwheels for a sewn laptop cozy. I've been wanting one of these forever! I'll PM you my laptop's dimensions in a bit.
--Knitted armwarmers or wristwarmers (You know, I've made about 20 pairs of these, but I've never remembered to take a pic.
I'm making some wristwarmers right now, so I will definitely get a photo of those)
--Tshirts/tank tops/whatnot with transfer designs (I can do pretty much anything with this except photographs.) Here are some examples: http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/ReadingisSexy02.jpghttp://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/Download062005052.jpghttp://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/Download062005051.jpghttp://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/MarchStuff081.jpg
--I just started stenciling, so I can do tshirts/tank tops/whatnot with stenciling. Both of these were specific requests. http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/c9d2d948.jpghttp://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/6565d93e.jpg
--Scrapbooking Supplies (paper, stickers, and whatnot) I know this isn't something made, but I have TONS of stuff.
--Knit headband similar to this:http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=36027.0
--A knit head warmer/headband (rather panta-ish) like this:http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/ecbe2cdd.jpg
--Knitted Clouche hats in the 1920's style. I don't have any pictures of any I've made because I have sent them all away for swaps without taking pics, but here are some links that show the basic shape of the cloches I make (they are not exactly like these at all, though).http://www.thekingspottery.com/pattern_bowhat.htm
(this one is pretty close)http://www.marloscrochetcorner.com/Ladies%20Cloche%20Hat.html
(this one is also pretty close)
--Decorative Hairpins http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y244/redpopsicles/b50901d6.jpg
--Marble magnets with any pics you might want (you can see some I made in the picture below with other pics coming soon)
--Knitted Harry Potter Scarf Bookmarks or any other pattern bookmarks (you can see one in the picture below, along with another transfer design example)