I recieved from pogo! I love her, by the way.
Pogo and I worked in a scheme where we had vauge list of criteria to meet. These included things like, something local, something litterary, something psychological, something sewn, senders choice, and a few more that I can't quite remember. (I know, thats bad.)
A rapunzel scarf in my favourite shades of pink and black. Very snuggly, very warm, and very loved. *is wearing it now*
Extra's! Piratical and steam-punk-esque thingumabobs. I love them. The hangers and being decorated for the uni-flat tree, and then taken home for a place of honour on my folks tree. It are law, as stated in piratical articles. Linked!
The above is linked because its not suitable for younger people. I have an on-going joke with my flat-mate that Freud's manbits come alive at night, looking like a zombie, in search of young women's mind to violate and corrupt. I have no idea where it came from, but it amuses us to no end, so Pogo made me a Freud's Manbits Hand-puppet (my something psychological, as it be Freud.)
A sewn wrist cuff with buttons and clock fabric. Steam-punk and practical for me. I can't wear jewellry because I'm allergic to nickel, so its really hig-priced metals or titanium for me. Now I have a snazzy wrist thing to wear and not worry I'll break out! I love it.
Another thing I'm allergic to is bugs, especially Lady-birds. I do however, think they are adorable. This is a crochetted Lady-bird book-mark, designed to be large so it will be useful in my text-books when I'm revising. I've already used it to make out a page with some relevant information regarding my final year project! Its also very soft and I find myself snuggling it regularly.
Hand-made cards with pictures of thing Pogo had taken herself. I love them! I don't want to use them because they're adorable and I think they should be framed instead
Also, my knee. Apparently, it likes to get in the picture.
A handy tool belt! okay, not a tool belt. Pogo researched Victorians and found that they often wore little bags under their clothing. So she made me this! It was her first attempt at embroidery (and it is WAY neater than mine) so it has a steam-punk gear on it. I use it for catching, holding and otherwise carrying cotons, scissors, needles (in a book), measureing tape and china-markers (one black one white) around with me when I'm crafting now. It's become a permanent attachment to me sewing kit, and I honestly don't know how on earth I managed without it! Its made from some really funky, study material too.
I think thats everything... Pogo, let me know if its not! I do love it all though. I can't believe how mcuh she sent me!