I'm doing the SWAP again this year and, though I haven't made as much progress as I really should have (spending the first month traveling didn't help - or at least that's my excuse). But I have made some!
My colors are browns and peacock blues and a dash of lilac. I should probably have a bit more but just doing brown rather than black as my base was stretching enough. And I apologize for not having a storyboard. My attempts to photograph my fabrics didn't turn out so well (bad winter light! bad, bad!) and at this point I figure it's better to just show the finished items anyway.
I finished skirt #1 a long while ago and I've worn it so much it's already showing it just a bit. Oops. Still, very happy with it. It started life as a very ugly long green skirt with buttons up the front and a gathered back waist band. Not so much my style. I tossed it in with a packet of Rit dye, disassembled it, then used it as my fabric for my favorite (and sadly out of print) skirt pattern, Simplicity 3754. I omitted the pockets as I just didn't have enough fabric and just laid the under pocket piece on top of the main front piece and treated them like one. I did keep one of the patch pockets from the original skirt and sewed it on - I like the reminder of what it once was.
I have a second skirt in progress again using this pattern (what can I say, it's a great one) from a denim remnant I found at Joann's. I'm having some unexpected fitting issues but once those are worked out I'll share it.
Also in progress are a cape, a faux two piece dress, and a knit shirt. I hope to do some serious cutting this evening and get a wool jumper, silk shirt, and rayon shirt all started on. Then there's the light wool fabric Liccarit gave me that so wants to be a boyfriend cardigan-like jacket. I think I might use the Lydia wrap pattern I made up a couple years ago as the base and add some darts for fitting. And change up the collar just a bit. But change it to what? Hm. Must continue pondering.