100% Organic Cotton Fabrics
For home sewers, businesses, retailers, and anyone who gives a scrap!
Yep, it was six years ago this month that we took the plunge and made the shift to working exclusively with organic fabrics. In that time, we have produced over 50 fabrics, supported over 200 small businesses and given at least 10 lectures all centered around organic cotton. We have watched as successful businesses sprouted to life, and have grieved when some have closed up shop. I would be lying if I said it had all been fun and painless. There have been many bump and bruises but I can say with all honesty that it has been the lovely, thoughtful, committed, caring people I have met along the way that have made it all worthwhile.
BIG thanks to everyone who has supported, purchased, shared, laughed, cried and sewed with us over the last S-I-X years!
In honor of the new year and our birthday, we are going to once again offer our gratitude challenge. The first person to send me a list of 2,011 thoughtful, unique things they are thankful for will win a FULL ROLL of the limited release or clearance fabric of their choice. All you pay for is the cost of shipping! Let the gratitude begin and spread! I'm grateful for you!
Note: this year was the 11th year that we made such a list to welcome in the new year.
Head on over to True Up to check out an interview with Yours Truly! True Up is a fabulous fabric blog run by the thoughtful and knowledgeable Kim Kight. If you like fabric - you will love her site.
While you are visiting cool fabric sites, don't miss checking out Stitch Simple too! Jen (founder of Stitch Simple) is a gem to work with. I am SO thankful!!!
I have to say, having a 4 page article about Harmony Art be the lead story in the Spring issue of Surface Design Journal is pretty darn cool! It is a real trip to read about yourself but when it is in such a high caliber publication as the EcoVision issue of Surface Design Journal it truly could go to ones head or make one feel unworthy! (In my case, I think I am feeling a smidge of both.)
No, you can't run out and just buy a copy of this gorgeous publication at Barnes and Noble. It is a membership publication by the Surface Design Association. It's a great organization and a beautiful magazine. Big thanks to the author of the article Jo Ann Stabb, the editor Patricia Malacrcher, and the super talented art director, Dale Moyer.
I feel extraordinarily lucky, blessed and honored. Thank you.
While I am on the subject of very thoughtful textile groups.... I highly recommend checking out the Slow Cloth Facebook group. Elaine Lipson is a friend and co-founder. The quality and creativity of the artists is truly inspiring. Check it out!
Founder of Harmony Art organic design.