Ok, MonkeyThumb made me so much stuff, I gotta warn you there's a lot of pics.
She sent everything in this pretty box:
And packed so much stuff in it, all of which was wrapped in fun paper with little notes for every item:
When we started the swap, I told her I liked steampunk stuff, so the whole package has that theme. Here is the outfit she made:
Closeups to show the details of the shirt and corset:
And of course every good steampunk girl needs some ass-kicking boots:
And a belt with a gun holster (that matches the corset):
A decorative watch dangly that can hang from the poppet's belt (or my purse XD):
And to complete the outfit, the quintessential steampunk accessory - goggles (and they actually have lenses in them! MonkeyThumb, your ingenuity amazes me.):
She also made a poppet-sized camera out of polymer clay. Look at the details!
I don't actually have a poppet of my own yet, so MonkeyThumb sent me materials to make one.
Not only did she give me supplies, she did half the work for me!
Soft soft fabric, all pinned in place with the pattern ironed on:
The most awesomely fantastic wonderful dread-looking yarn in such gorgeous shades of red, all wefted together (plus some extra, loose poppet hair, (not pictured) which is even woolier and more dready looking):
Eyes! With felt lids and the most jaw-droppingly awesome jeweled eyelashes:
She also gave me buttons for jointing, a big long needle, clay for molding the nose, and one of the skully poppet necklaces ghilie made.
What a sultry, sexy, bad-ass steampunk poppet I'm going to have! Thank you so so so much MonkeyThumb!!! Everything is so fabulous.