Posts tagged ‘harmony art’

The Great Knit Fabric Experiment

{ Harmony Art‘s knit prints }   I have to admit, though I have a few yards of it in my stash, I’ve never sewn with knits in my life. But Stitch Simple‘s recent Great Knit Fabric Experiment is getting me motivated. If you aren’t already familiar with Stitch Simple, it’s an online shop offering [...]

Interview: Harmony Art

{ Fields of Honey organic sateen by Harmony Art } Today we welcome independent fabric designer/producer Harmony Susalla to talk about her company, Harmony Art. I was thrilled to get to meet Harmony earlier this year when she visited Austin. I’ve featured Harmony and her fabrics before, as part of the Organic Fabric series and [...]

Fabric Forecast 2009: HarmonyArt

To help kick off the new year, I asked fabric sellers, designers, and manufacturers the question: Where is the fabric world (or your corner of it) going in 2009? Today, Harmony Susalla, founder and creative director of HarmonyArt, producer and advocate of organic fabric and textiles: 1. I believe the days of bragging about the [...]

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 [...]