I started with a scissor fob, so no one can try to run off with her snips. It was obviously inspired by her Craftster username, sheepBlue, with various shades of blue glass beads, and an adorable sheep charm.
Next I put together a set of stitch markers, featuring some of her favorite things, including a gun and skull for her love of the My Favorite Murder Podcast, another blue sheep, an old tv for her favorite shows, buttons, dinosaur, skeleton key, book & reading glasses for her book club, embroidery thread for her awesome embroidered Teesha Moore style patchwork bags, a little artist, and an eye.
About a week later, I received my new subscription box from Darn Good Yarn. It was a beautiful fingering weight silk in the color Morning Glory, along with a shawlette pattern. I was game to try it, but found that I was going to run out of yarn, so Curiousfae, another member of the Shawl-Along offered to swap yarns with me. She'd send the Morning Glory, and I'd send her a skein from a few months previous that I hadn't used yet.
Since I had just sent a box of crochet goodies to sheepBlue, I obviously had to send one to Curiousfae too! So she also got a scissor fob, this time of a little fairy leaning forward to peer at something.
And a set of stitch markers too, including a deck of tarot cards, a camera for her love of photography, a gnome, a caravan for her love of glamping, the Frog Prince, a K for her initial, a fae, paw print for her pup, rose, miniature fairy or gnome house, and a heart.