I have diffuse scleroderma and the skin on my toes has softened so they are now less curled but they still aren't what they once were. Finger contractures (sclerodactyly) is another story and the photo is of my hands. According to our page on Limited Scleroderma, it is diagnosed when there is tight skin limited to the fingers but it can affect every part of the body, including the skin, blood vessels and/or internal organs.
I can't say what type of scleroderma you have but what I can suggest, after having scleroderma for 6 years and being involved both virtually and face to face with many people with scleroderma, is that the disease does not always conform to the labels we put on it. Have a read of my recent blog, inspired by a conversation that took place at a recent meeting of sclerodermians, in which one person explained that their expert had said it was possible to have both limited and diffuse furthermore there may not be these categories but just one disease with many, many different presentations.
So I guess anything is possible with scleroderma but talk to your rheumatologist if you're concerned and let us know what they say about it.