Most writers who choose to skip around and write sections out of sequence make sure that they first outline the complete work so they won’t be writing scenes that later must be eliminated or changed because they don’t fit.
They are more likely to be changed (instead of eliminated) because of changes in the story that the author didn’t anticipate when making the outline.
I once story-doctored a wonderful science fiction book that had sections that were moved all over the place even after the entire book was written and it worked for that book because they could be moved without affecting the story itself.
So go for it. Just make sure you don’t spin your wheels unnecessarily.