The hoodie is cut slim and has invisible zippers along the front raglan seams. I traced off a 152 for length and thought that I'd probably end up taking it in some. K's broad through the shoulders but slim through the chest and waist.
I didn't do any adjustments and it's a good thing because I don't know if she'd be able to get it off without any help if I had.
There's some extra fabric under her armpits and along the side seams but she needs that to shimmy out of the hoodie.
Ignore our messy house in the background! K is also wearing a shirt and tunic from way back in 2009 that I made as part of a fall SWAP (sewing with a plan).
I've ensured that spring is on it's way by sewing a warm hoodie suitable for wintertime. In fact, today it's supposed to be in the upper 60s here. K will have to wait for a cooler day to wear her new hoodie to school.