Here is the package I got from cat9!
Everything is nicely packaged in different kinds of fabric that I'll probably use to embroider stuff on.
The fuzzy ball on the left is actually two balls of yarn. They are a little shiny in real life and very soft. If I ever figure out how to crochet or knit, I will make something out of them
Here is water. It is a necklace made of silver shells and pearly white rocks. Pretty cool, huh?
For air, there is a long string with tons of little bells on them. I hung them on my door to get a good picture. They make a nice sound when they are moved.
Here's a picture of one of the bells so you can get a good look at them:
Here's fire. It's a small book made of fabric that you use to put your needles in. The pages are made of felt, and it even came with needles and pins already inside
I'm glad of that because I only had one needle before, but now I have four needles and four pins.
Here is some soap, for earth. It smells great and looks really cool because of the fir trees floating inside of it. When I first saw it, it immediately reminded me of Pennsylvania because of the shape, but it actually isn't the same shape (I had to look it up online
). And the soap came from Vermont, anyway.
And here is the most awesome thing, also for earth. A scarf!
I don't even understand how you can crochet such curvy shapes, but it looks great! I tried to get a picture of the whole thing, but it didn't turn out so good because the picture is so small.
Thanks, cat9! Your stuff is amazing and you were a really good partner during the swap process as well