Coming in eleven colors, this would be an excellent fabric for wedding or mourning veils, or to add just a touch of class to a fancy hat. Because of the way the pattern is done, you should be prepared to sacrifice parts of it for smaller cuts, and maybe trim the edges in a bit of ribbon to prevent unraveling. Sleeves also wouldn’t be difficult to make, or it could be affixed to your wall as a reusable alternative to wallpaper.
If you’re okay with losing part of the pattern, then this becomes an excellent fabric for laying over another, for things such as purses, the bodice and skirt of dresses, or dramatic flare for every-day shirts and jeans. The important thing is that this looks like embroidery on other material, but significantly decreases the hassle of trying to do it yourself.