I love the colors, but because the scale of the print is so large (and I'm petite), I will probably make a kimono style robe--maybe V9218. When I travel I like to take a silk robe and pajama pants. I use them with cotton knit tops for comfort. The silk is lightweight and packs down beautifully, plus, charmeuse is hand washable.
This cheetah print is also still available (#43932) and is much more beautiful in person than either my photo or the one on the site. It's not an allover print--there's a definite center that's darker, with larger spots. I got this for my intended Safari Suit--it will be the lining and a blouse, for sure, and there will still be fabric left over!
I wish the website would do a better job with their photos. They also don't do swatches, but you can order 1/8 or 1/4 of a yard, which is enough to make an infinity scarf.
I did get another cut, but it's sold out now, and my photo doesn't capture it well. It's a cotton/silk voile, the perfect weight for late summer.
There are literally hundreds of silk fabrics at Fashion Fabrics Club, as they have just bought out an entire inventory. I urge you to go over and have a look--these are truly bargain prices, roughly comparable to what I've seen in LA's Fashion District. These silk charmeuse fabrics are perfect for the lining of a LFJ and a matching blouse.