Here she is. She's being a little dramatic, but then she's been that way during the entire process. I'll admit, it was all my fault. Originally I thought she was going to be a boy, she absolutely refused that and insisted that I immediately add a bow to what was left of her hair. She hated the first outfit that I so lovingly created so I made a second, and then a third :0) She is a very particular pincushion. I hope her new mom enjoys her. She is really looking forward to helping her with all projects that require pins and needles. She is filled with a mixture of fiberfill and crushed walnut shells which will sharpen the pins and needles. Her arms and legs are fully bendable and if you position her just right she'll stand on her own but I recommend sitting her down when in use.
Here is a look at the package that is going to my partner
Once again I had a great time creating for this swap!! A big thanks to Val from Yarnigras Swapper Spot for hosting and organizing these great swaps for us!!!