With the Rory Jumpsuit sewalong started next week, I wanted to go ahead and talk a bit about fabric choices and notions in case you want to get everything together. First lets talk fabric. By far, my favorite fabric for the Rory is a linen or linen blend. I just think that the look and texture of linen lends itself perfectly to a jumpsuit. And as a bonus it's easy to care for, easy to sew with, and cool in warm weather. The negatives to linen is that it can be scratchy or rough against the skin, and it wrinkles. If these two things worry you, I recommend trying out a linen blend. I especially love a good linen / rayon blend as it cuts down on the wrinkling significantly and softens the fabric. Below are a few linen and linen blends that would work really well for the Rory. The Rory Sewalong starts on Monday. I will not be going over printing and assembling you pattern, cutting out your fabric, making adjustments, or markings. If you want a refresh on printing your pattern, check out the following post from a past post - Printing / Assembling. The Rory Sewalong will happen as follows: Day 1 (Monday June 4) - Facings / Pockets / D Ring Ties Day 2 (Tuesday June 5) - Assembling the Front / Back / Shoulder Seams Day 3 (Wednesday June 6) - Neck Facing / Side Seams / Crotch Day 4 (Thursday June 7) - Armhole Finishes Day 5 (Friday June 8) - Buttons / Buttonholes / Hems Wide Leg Hack (Tuesday June 12) Long Tie Hack (Thursday June 14) Excited to get get started on Monday!