As told by Queen Crosspatch
At last--Our dual challenge and swap revealed!
Who doesn't like to make clothespin dolls?
Whether it is a simple yarn and pipecleaner dolly or an
elaborate carved clothespin dolly, it is fun, fun, fun!
So--for our first Challenge and Swap for the Racketty-Packetty House, I present:
The Clothespin Dolly Swap and Challenge
No shipping fee or materials fee needed--thanks
to the many generous donations
we have received at http://www.hittygirls.com
In each kit you will find two different
dolly clothespins, lace,
and two pieces of challenge fabrics. You will also find a small clothespin.
What do you do? Dress the two bigger
clothespins using some of the challenge
fabrics--Yes, you may of course add your own fabrics. One is for you to keep,
one is for you to swap with another player. The teeny clothespin is
another challenge--can you make your clothespin dolly a clothespin dolly?
You DO have to make a swap Clothespin
You SHOULD make your own Racketty-Packetty House clothespin dolly to keep.
You CAN but are NOT obligated to make the teeny clothespin challenge dolly.
(You keep the teeny one too!)
We have a doorprize for the challenge
dolly, and another doorprize for the
teeny clothespin doll's doll--so get your thinking caps on!
Doorprize for the Big Clothespin Dolly challenge
Doorprize for the Teensy Clothespin Doll's Dolly challenge
Here are some clothespin dolly pictures to get you interested.
Anne R. to Denise
MaryAnn to Phyllis
Kimberly to Pauline
Michelle to Marcy
Josie to Elaine
Ann S. to Jan F.
Cyndy to Erin
Sandy to TC
Janet to Erin
NancyB to Mary T.
Jan F. to Ann S.
Sylvia to Jane
Sherry to Sophia
Julie to Laurel (right)
Linny to Julie
Julie to Linny (girl on right)
Hope to Kathleen
Kathleen to Hope
Erin to Cyndy
Sophia to Sherry
Denise to Anne R.
Marcy to Michelle
Jane to Sylvia
Kathie to Linda B.
Linda F. to Vickie S.
Fung to Susan K.
Laurel to Sandy
Susan K. to Fung
Vickie S. to Linda F.
TC to Erin