All fabrics have two sides, but on some, they’re both right sides. Whatever you call them, double cloth or two-faced, two right sides challenge you to do something out of the ordinary. You can choose a pattern where both sides show and be satisfied with that. Or you can engineer seams, pockets, and closures to make a truly reversible garment not that it has to be reversible to be a success. Take on a double-faced fabric, and design a way to make it spectacular.
In this article from Threads #152, Kenneth D. King and Judith Neukam take three entirely different double-faced fabrics (a knit, a wool, and a linen) and turned some classic techniques inside out for a new slant on seeing both sides of the fabric.