Previously, I’d shared some Fall inspiration and how to get the same looks using Muttonchop. Today, I’ll show you how many looks you can get with Every Which Way. Between these two patterns, and Free at Last, you may not need another pattern for fall sewing.
Every Which Way is already a very versatile pattern, but you can get even more looks by using dressier fabrics. Like the two below in velvet and silk.
This pretty gold dress from Janie and Jack is made from silk dupioni. You could easily get the same look using Every Which Way’s short bodice, gathered short sleeve and the Duchess and Hare Free Bow on the front.
I love this sweet dress from Olive Juice. Get this look by using velvet or velveteen (I prefer velveteen because it’s easier to sew), the Every Which Way long bodice, peter pan collar and belt option. Combine it with the cap sleeve from Petit Four for an almost perfect duplicate.
This gorgeous silver satin dress I found on Pinterest can be made using the Every Which Way short bodice, set in sleeves and a sash from any pattern you have on hand.
If you’re a more casual sort, give these plaid looks a go.
Try Every Which Way’s tunic length and long set in sleeve over the shorts from Free at Last for this sweet fall look.
If plaid’s aren’t your style, Every Which Way is just as sweet in a solid color. Kaufman’s Kona in Berry is a great match for this color. Pair it with tights and a sweater from you closet and you have a great basic for every day wear!
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