I cut out a bunch of stuff - mostly in sizes 3 with 4 length - at the beginning of "fall" in southern California. Unfortunately, we really haven't had much of a fall, and my sewing got sidetracked with other commitments - like life, and holidays. So, I realized that I'd better tackle these already cut-out projects before they get too small.
I may have been too late.
My kid has shot up lately. I think she's about 44" tall now, which puts her at the end height-range of the size 5. Oops.
I tackled a Sunday Brunch jacket - one of my favorite styles from the Oliver + S patterns. If there was an adult version, I'd definitely give it a try.
I used some fabric that I picked up in the Los Angeles garment district in a place that sells by the pound - $2.50/pound to be exact. This fabric is definitely unknown content - it has metallic thread through it, but washed up beautifully and is very soft. I have absolutely no clue what it could even be made of. When Julia saw me cutting it up, she immediately loved it.
The buttons have some "bling" to them, and Julia loves them. So, she loves the fabric and the buttons....perfect!