This lightweight jacket was made from the Kaffe Fassett prints leftover from another jacket featured in our gallery, Jalousie Windows. Kind of fun to see what else you can do! Jalousie Windows is a quilted and lined jacket suitable for Spring outerwear, while this jacket is better suited to be a layer brightening up blue jeans and a tee shirt, or perhaps a jacket for cool summer evenings. Like many of Rae’s cottons, the sections are sewn together with rolled edge seams on the outside of the jacket. This type of construction is described for sheer and drapey fabrics in our Swing Variations for the Tabula Rasa Jacket, but is even easier to execute with light cottons. They go together so quickly and easily that you can add several to your wardrobe!