Maybe not exactly champagne. Especially because (A) these fabrics are not created in the Champagne region of France and (B) this is fabric.
If you ignore those two minor facts, then you can help me and Lawrence Welk (remember Lawrence?) introduce my newest pattern, Bubbles.
Available in three different bundles, neutral, warm, and cool, as well as a build-your-own fat quarter or half yard bundle, these fabrics, like all my prints, are hand stamped and vat dyed to achieve that hand made intensity of color.
This design represents a bit of a change for me. Lately, I've experimented with varying the stamping quality across the fabric surface so that, although made with the same stamping tool and at regular intervals, the design seems to fade in and out.
Some of the circles are super crisp and dark while others are a lot more wispy. Because of the nature of the stamping process, the variety of circles and their placement changes for each length of fabric that's created.
Currently this pattern is available in fat quarter and half yard bundles, but look for it in single and multi yard increments as well as on-demand on rayon for those of you who's interest runs more to apparel than patchwork.
Makes for a super-cute dress, wouldn't you agree?