Sin esperanza got my package today so she gave me the OK to post some photos of what I made. (Finally! It's so hard keeping all this crafty stuff secret.)
First, a bright pink knitted uterus doll that I made using the pattern from Knitty.
Here's a needle felted sushi pin cushion. It was fun getting the fat marbling to turn out right.
This was by far the project that took me the longest. It's a small felted purse that I made using a combination of needle and wet felting using some roving I dyed myself. Then I embroidered a fern on the front and sewed on a velvet handle. I'm not much of a seamstress, so it was a tough one for me but I'm really happy with how it turned out.
Then I made a lace shrug using a Rebecca pattern. It has a really interesting construction, but it's hard to photograph--it kind of looks like a bra. I'm hoping we can get an action shot!
Then I knit some simply constructed armwarmers with a complicated looking mosaic stitch (Barbara Walker was a goddess!) I need to make some of these for myself, they were so fun.
This is my smallest needlefelted project to date. It's an anatomically correct heart pendant. Sorry for the flash, but I wanted to include a quarter for scale. I hope she can find a chain that suits it.
Then here is a decoupaged pen case that has "Apostrophe Protection Society" stenciled on the front. It's funny that this turned out to be the only project that blatantly flaunts its geekiness.