I made a spur of the moment decision this past Saturday morning to take part in One Week One Pattern. It’s a challenge where participants wear items made from one pattern of their choosing every day for a week. I’m not sure why I waited until the last minute to jump on board considering I already had 6 versions of one pattern hanging in my closet… betcha can’t guess which one?? Of course, it’s the Washi! I had 4 Washi dresses and 2 Washi tunics. (And then I made another tunic this week, which took me to a Washi everyday!) I’ve posted about most of them already, but here is a round up of what I wore this week:
Day 1– My Favorite Ship Washi Dress
Day 3– Pink Lawn Maxi Washi Dress
Day 4– Dotty Chambray Washi Dress
Day 5– Lotus Pond Washi Dress
Day 6– When I Am King Washi Tunic
I really liked doing this challenge, but by day 6 I was really glad to be done with the dresses. I had planned to alternate dresses and tunics, but early in the week I found out that the weather was supposed to get much cooler at the end of the week. I am not in the frame of mind to pull out tights yet, so I wore the dresses while it was still Summer and switched to tunics and pants when Autumn hit.
It will be fun to contemplate what pattern I should choose for the next OWOP challenge. Helen from Just Sew Therapeutic used the Scout Tee pattern and I loved the outfits she wore. I have 2 Scouts in my closet– maybe it’s time to make 5 more?!