Organic Fabric: Harmony Art

This is the first in a series of posts on sources for organic fabric.

Harmony Art is an industry leader in organic fabrics. Their website provides a history on the “(r)evolution of textiles” and answers why you should buy and use organic fabric.

“Fields of Honey” certified organic cotton sateen

“Let It Grow” certified organic cotton twill

Harmony Art’s base fabrics are grown and certified organic by various international agencies. They are in the process of certifying all their products through GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards). Their synthetic water-based dyes and pigments meet stringent toxicity screening and biodegradability/eliminability standards. Their printing process conforms to the OTA fiber processing standards and GOTS.

“Uncomplicated” certified organic cotton twill

“Ohio” certified organic cotton interlock knit

Harmony Art is a wholesaler, offering woven and knit 100% cotton prints and solids. You can buy their fabrics retail in the U.S. through Organic Cotton Plus or NearSea Naturals, in Europe through Buy Me 10 Flowers, Natur-elle, and Volksfaden, and in Australia through Organic Fabrics Online or PM Organics.

2 Comments

  1. Michele C says:

    The orange is great! — Michele

  2. harmony says:

    Thanks for the post! I LOVE your new blog. If you are looking for other “green” fabric companies to blog about, let me know and I can send you a link to my delicious page. BIG GRATITUDE! – harmony