Here we are at the final post and time to show you the final pictures. Wait. Don't scroll down yet. Resist the temptation. I have a confession that has to do with the surprise twist. I didn't make just one SWAP. I made two, two identical SWAPs. I made one for my daughter, but I made another one, identical to hers (right down to the necklace) for her American Girl dolls. Here's the doll SWAP:
Here's my daughter's SWAP:
I made all of the pieces for the doll SWAP by modifying pieces from Butterick 5604 to match each of my daughter pieces. I worked that pattern pretty hard.
Here are some detail shots of the doll's clothes:
Now, for the final shots of my daughter and her dolls. Notice in each picture that no one is wearing the exact same outfit. It took a little doing, but there are 16 different outfits among the four photos.
Parting Shot: Today was our last school ski day, so here's my son, hanging out in front of the fire, eating lunch.
Tonight I have to work on a fixing a comforter for a customer and then maybe I can get back to the vest or Easter dress tomorrow. We'll see . . .