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April 2017
Quilt Journalist Tells All

Harmony Susalla is featured in an article in Meg Cox's newsletter entitled The Latest From a Pioneer in Organic Fabric.




Sept 24, 2016
Green Bag Lady

Harmony Art teamed up with the Green Bag Lady to offer a Harmony Art ORGANIC Freebie! Green Bag Lady is an eco-friendly art project started by artist Teresa VanHatten-Granath in 2008. Teresa and her international teams of volunteer "Bagettes" make bags out of donated fabric and give them away for FREE in exchange for the promise to refuse paper + plastic when shopping. The world-wide use of these bags is documented at GreenBagLady.com. As of September 2016 her team has given away over 37,000 fabric bags!




May 5, 2015
Designer Insights

Harmony Art was interviewed for Designer Insights - Our designer insights section enables us to profile prestigious designers and design enthuisiasts, gaining a keen understanding of their creative process, their background and what they use for inspiration.




April 16, 2014
Crafting A Green World

Harmony Art was featured in the blog post DIY Baby Toy Log that Rattles written by blogger, crafter and vegan foodie, Becky Striepe.




April 12, 3014
Liesl Made

Read an Three Question interview with founder of Harmony Art, Harmony Susalla.




Volume 6
Sew it All

Harmony Art's organic cotton Chocolate Brown Sateen is featured in the lining of a purse tutorial: Bag of Tricks by Beth Bradley.




May 22, 2013
Toxic Free Talk Radio

Debra Lynn Dadd has been helping consumers make toxic-free choices since 1982. Harmony Susalla was the featured guest on her Toxic Free Talk Radio internet radio broadcast on May 22nd. An archived recording of the show is available online.




May 6, 2013
WWD

Harmony Art organic fabrics is featured in the article titled: More Firms Say Yes to GOTS Cotton by Arthur Freidman. The article highlights the increased number of GOTS certified suppliers worldwide. (NOTE: You must be a subscriber to see the entire article.)




June 2013
The Quilt Life

Harmony Susalla is featured and quoted in the article titled: New Faces of the Organic Fabric Movement by Dana Jones. Also featured are other organic cotton fabric pioneers like Daisy Janie, Monaluna, Birch Organic Fabric, Cloud9 Fabrics, Nancy Mims and HoneyBeGood.




March 2013
Textile Truths: Baby

Harmony Art with help and encouragement from Stitch Simple, Oecotextiles, Spark Collaborative and many others, created the first in the Textile Truth Series: BABY. Like the fruit and vegetable "Dirty Dozen", the Textile Truth series helps guide decision making for items made from textiles in a user friendly, educational and accessible way. Our hope is for this to be a starting point with the goal of empowering consumers to overcome the overwhelming number of marketing claims and make purchasing decisions that will help create a healthier home and life.




March 23, 2013
Interview with KGUA 88.3 FM

Harmony Susalla, founder of Harmony Art is interviewed by Peggy Berryhill for Peggy's Place on KGUA a local public radio station for the Mendonoma Coast. You can listen online at SoundCloud.




Volume 4
Sew it All

Harmony Art's organic cotton Let it Grow brown/aqua twill and Solid Aqua twill is featured in a reversible circular pillow tutorial: Tuft Stuff by Beth Bradley.




March 2012
A Newsletter From Meg Cox

Harmony Susalla was featured in an article titled: Game-Changer Profile: Harmony Susalla.




February 2012
Fibre2Fashion

Harmony Susalla was interview for an article titled: "Woven with Love" organic clothing trends enter a new era. The article is available for subscribers or may be purchased online.




February 8, 2012
Organic Cotton Fabric Leaders Harmony Art and Organic Cotton Plus Get Certified to Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

Organic cotton fabric leaders Harmony Art and Organic Cotton Plus have become certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). In doing so, they are leading the way towards higher standards for the overall textile supply chain and giving users peace of mind that toxic inputs aren't in their fabrics. - Read the full press release.




January 3, 2012
Living Craft Blog

Craft Resolutions: Harmony Susalla of Harmony Art shares her new year's crafting and business resolutions with the Living Craft blog readers.




November 14, 2011
Math For Grownups

Harmony Susalla was interviewed for the blog series Math at Work Monday a series by author Laura Laing who wrote the useful book Math for Grownups.




Ocotber 2011
FabShop News

Harmony Susalla is featured in the column Trade Talk in the October issue of FabShop New. The article is titled Pioneers and Rebels and is written by Meg Cox.




September 28, 2011
Women of Green

Harmony Susalla was asked to write a post for Women of Green's Be the Change series. You can read her post I make pretty landfill for a living by clicking the link.




September 8, 2011
Toxic Free Talk Radio

To celebrate the launch of Debra Lynn Dadd's latest book Toxic Free and her new weekly radio show Toxic Free Talk Radio, Debra put on a 12 hour Talk Radio Marathon. Harmony Susalla was a guest on show #6 of the marathon. You can listen to the recored version of the show by clicking the link.




August 18, 2011
Living Craft Blog

My Life My Craft: Harmony Susalla of Harmony Art an interview focused on how Harmony began creating and what inspires her journey.




July 18, 2011
Liesl Made

Read an in depth interview with founder of Harmony Art, Harmony Susalla. Also, enter to win a free yard of Harmony Art organic fabric if you comment by July 22nd.




Summer 2011
Living Crafts

Living Craft's summer issue includes a Complete Guide to Organic Fabric section which features Harmony Art. Click photo on the left to see the feature. Also in the feature is a list of Organic Fabric retailers.




May 2011
Growing Up Sew Liberated by Meg McElwee

Growing Up Sew Liberated: Handmade Clothes and Projects for Your Creative Child by Meg McElwee features a child's t-shirt made out of Harmony Art's organic cotton interlock, Alphabet Soup. This how-to book is packed with innovative, playful sewing patterns.




April 2011
Quilter's World

Quilter's World's April issue features an article titled "The Organic Cotton Difference". This educational and informational article features Harmony Art fabrics in a quilt created by The Organic Quilt Company.




March 2011
Peppermint

In the March issue of Peppermint Magazine, our organic cotton fabrics and our distributor in Australia Organic Fabric Online are recognized and complimented. Peppermint is the hip new eco-fashion magazine in Australia.




March 2011
Pregnancy & Newborn

In the March issue of Pregnancy & Newborn, Cotton Monkey's Whispering Grass crib skirt is featured in their "Blue, green and oh-so girly" - good mom & baby space.




October 6, 2010
True Up

Read an informative interview with founder of Harmony Art, Harmony Susalla.




Summer 2010
Living Crafts

Living Craft's summer issue features several DIY crafts utilizing Harmony Art organic fabrics in their series, Sewing Projects for Camping Comfort. Click photo on the left to see the instructions on how to make a Utensil/Toll Roll. Also in this issue learn how to make a Hammock and much more.




September 20, 2010

OrganiLuxe blog

In a post titled: Hey, where'd you get that fabric??? business owner and designer Leah Loudermilk, of OrganiLuxe, explains where she sources her organic fabrics and some of the expenses involved in organic farming.




August 24, 2010
Crafting A Green World

Harmony Art was featured in the blog post series Fab Fabrics written by blogger, crafter and vegan foodie, Becky Striepe.




July 27, 2010
Healthy Home Fabrics

Learn how to Make Your Own Organic Cotton Duvet Cover with the expert instructions by Karen Powell whose blog is "a sew-it-yourself guide to eco-furnishings". While you are there, check out her previous post about backing a quilt with our Dreamy Organic Cotton Sateen.




June 11, 2010
Pretty Little Green Things

Harmony was featured in a blog post titled Harmony Art - "Committed to keeping oatmeal and granola where it belongs". Pretty Little Green Things is a new design blog which describes itself as: musing on living a chic, luxurious and sustainable life.




May 18, 2010
Sun People Dry Goods Co.

Sun People Dry Goods will be opening later this year in Spokane, Washington and have announced their intention to carry Harmony Art organic fabrics in their new store.




May 6, 2010
The interior Revolution

Harmony Susalla wrote a guest post titled Evolution of an Organic Design for The Interior Revolution blog which chronicles the design inspiration and process of the newly released 40 Ginkgos design.




Spring 2010
Surface Design Journal

Harmony Art: "Green" is a Cloth of Many Colors is the lead article in this issue of Surface Design Journal. In addition to giving a brief background of Harmony's journey, it also touches on her design process and inspiration. The article is written by JoAnn Strabb.




April/May 2010
Lonny

Harmony Art's Evelyn print was featured in the online magazine Lonny. Also, on page 30 Harmony Art's organic vs conventional breakdown was spotlighted.




March 31, 2010
ABC 7

Harmony Art's Evelyn print was used in the green remodel of the Zenergy House featured in a segment titled: Owning a 'green' home has many benefits.




March 25, 2010
Daisy Janie

Harmony Susalla was honored to be the first organic textile designer spotlighted in Daisy Janie's new series titled: organic fabric love in words which will highlight various organic fabric producers.




March 22, 2010
Green Your Decor

Learn how to make no-sew curtains using Harmony Art's Let it Grow 90" wide twill, by reading this post by Jennae of Green Your Decor. On March 15th, Jennae highlighted Harmony Art in her series Green Rooms in a Box. This particular room is extra special because it is for her brave and beautiful daughter.




March 7, 2010
Hip Moms Go Green

In the post titled Green your Décor Harmony Art along with several other designers were featured. Proving once again, "you don't have to sacrifice style for sustainability."




January 20-21, 2010
EcoChic

Harmony Art sponsored the EcoChic Geneva fashion show produced in collaboration with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. You can see a picture of couture designer Anggy Haif's creation, utilizing Harmony Art fabrics, by clicking on the image to the left. (Photo credit: (c) Johann Sauty)




October 26, 2009
do it YOURSELF

Find out how to improve those reusable shopping bags with this DIY instructional blog post: Green and Gorgeous Grocery Bags. Better Homes and Garden's "do it yourself" blog features Harmony Art's Eyes of the World organic cotton fabric.




October 19, 2009
Examiner.com

In the Minneapolis Homemade Living Examiner is a interview with Harmony Susalla titled: The big deal about organic cotton fabric. In her interview Jen Madsen delves into why organic cotton is better, what about bamboo, and why many of Harmony Art fabrics are produced in India.




September 29, 2009
StarTribune Minneapolis - St. Paul

In the Home + Garden section of the Star Tribune, Harmony Art's Fields of Honey pattern was featured in an article titled Harvest Home Design. Our retailer Stitch Simple was also given mention/credit.




September 22, 2009
The interior Revolution

Harmony Art was honored to be the very first post (In Harmony With Nature) for this new blog.
The interioRevolution is a design blog devoted exclusively to sustainable interior design. Through product reviews, guest blogs by experts in their fields, special features and spirited discussion, the interioRevolution provides new knowledge and expands the dialogue on sustainable interior design.





September 9, 2009
Sheree's Alchemy

Mother, entrepreneur, sewer, designer, wife and philanthropist, Sheree Schattenmann blogs and inspires. Read her interview: Sewing with Harmony. Her tag line sums it up: live, love, laugh, create.




August 17, 2009
Natural Home

Eco blogger, Victoria Klein, highlights Harmony Art fabrics in her blog post about making your own home accessories for Natural Home Eco-Decor Delights: Harmony Art Organic Fabrics.




August 13, 2009
Going Home to Roost

Going Home to Roost is is a daily inspiration blog that focuses on design and style, handmade artisans, designers, eco indieprenuers, and a more organic way of life. Read their interview:: organic fabric industry with Harmony Susalla.




Summer 2009
SEW Hip

Based in the UK, Sew Hip is dedicated to supporting and promoting designers from the UK and around the world. Harmony Art and others are featured in their article titled "Organic Fabrics" which starts on page 80. The photo used on page 81 was taken by the talented Béatrice Peltre.
(Click magazine image on left.)





Volume VI, 2009
CraftStylish

From Taunton Press comes CraftStylish's Restyle issue. This issue features Harmony Art's organic fabrics in their craft supplies "Craft Candy" section on page 10.
(Click magazine image on left to see the blurb.)





Spring, 2009
Living Crafts

Living Craft's spring issue features a complete guide to organic fabrics. Informative articles, fun how-to projects and a comprehensive Organic Fiber Directory. (Note: photo by Harmony Susalla - click to enlarge.)




April 2009
Sewing Green by Betz White

Harmony Susalla is spotlighted as an Eco Innovator in Betz White's newly released book Sewing Green : 25 Projects Made with Repurposed & Organic Materials. This book includes tips and resources for earth-friendly stitching.




April 2009 - Special Issue: Going Green Made Easy
Metropolitan Home

Metropolitan Home's Editor's Choice: Eco-Fabulous article on page 60 features Harmony Art's Eyes of the World fabric. CORRECTION: Harmony Art is a California based company. (Click image to left for a view of the feature.)




March 9, 2009
The Quilt Show - Episode 405

Harmony Art organic fabrics are featured on the The Quilt Show "Quilting in the Green" - Episode 405. This online video show is hosted by celebrity quilters Ricky Tims and Alex Anderson and requires membership to view.




January 28, 2009
Grist

In response to a Dear Umbra question from a self proclaimed "fabric geek" about where to find organic fabric by the yard, Harmony Art was noted as a possible resource.




January 23, 2009
Super Eco

Super Eco is the website for people who want to live a more environmentally conscious life but may not know where to begin, as well as for those tracking breaking news and trends. Read their review of Harmony Art at Hip, eco-savvy organic cotton from Harmony Art.




January 20, 2009
Crafting a Green World

Harmony Art organic fabrics were featured in the blog titled Fab Fabrics: Organic Cotton by Harmony Art. In addition to highlighting a few fabrics, this post explains some of the hope that organic cotton farming in India is bringing.




Winter, 2008
Stitch

Quilting Arts Magazine's premier issue of Stitch features a thoughtful and informative article titled "Sew Eco" by Elaine Lipson which highlights the Harmony Art fabrics as well as several others. (Click image to left for a view of the featured fabrics.)




September 8, 2008
ecolife news

Read the article Tainted Textiles: Cotton written by the founder of Harmony Art, Harmony Susalla for the new and expanding newspaper and website ecolife.




August 28, 2008
New Moon Girls

Read an interview with the founder of Harmony Art, Harmony Susalla done for New Moon girls media, an ad-free resource for girls who want to be heard.




August 15, 2008
Red Thread Studio

This thoughtful blog by Elaine Lipson explores art, craft, cloth, culture and sustainability. Harmony Art was one of the companies featured in the posting titled: Green Threads: Harmony Art, Coleccion Luna, More.




August 12, 2008
Crafting a Green World

The new release of organic cotton sateen fabrics was spotlighted in Fabulous New Cotton Prints From Harmony Art Organics. Included are comments Harmony recently made on Crafting A Green World's blog on Consumer Choices.




Aug/Sept 2008
Modern Bride

"How to Throw an Eco-Chic Wedding" in Modern Bride magazine features a beautiful table setting created by Danielle Venokur of dvGreen. The fabric shown on the table is a Harmony Art design that was digitally printed on organic cotton at Adaptive Textiles. Click on the magazine to the left to see the image and read the details.




July 22, 2008
True Up

Harmony Art was first in a series of posts on sources for organic fabric on True Up. True Up is a blog written by fabric aficionado, Kim Kight dedicated to fabric; all fabric, all the time.




July 18, 2008
The Week

The Week magazine in their consumer section featured sites for 'green' fabrics. (Click image to left to view the blurb.) We were happy to see Organic Cotton Plus (one of our fabulous retailers) was also featured. This magazine has a circulation of over 439,000!




July 11, 2008
Apartment Therapy

Harmony Art and a few other fabulous eco fabric companies were featured in the Best Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Fabric Resources blog on Apartment Therapy whose tag line is: saving the world, one room at a time.




June, 2008
Yoga Journal

Harmony Art organic cotton fabric was featured in the "eye pods" craft page in Yoga Journal's June issue. You can see the complete article online at Victoria Everman's blog.




May 16, 2008
Sphere Trending

Sphere Trending is an innovation and ideation based consulting team. Harmony Art was featured on their blog which posts on Macro-Consumer and Micro-Design trends.




May 15, 2008
Jetson Green

Jetson Green is a daily updated web magazine featuring news and trends on green building, good design, sustainable development, and clean technology. Harmony Art was featured: Organic Fabrics for Interior Home Design.




Summer, 2008
Living Crafts

Living Craft's summer issue features, on its cover, our Eyes of the World fabric. (Click image to left for larger view.) Inside the magazine is instructions for how to knit the red cape and where to order the pattern for the apron. This magazine's tag line is, "Craft your whole life".




March 11, 2008
Crafting a Green World

Crafting a Green World is a blog dedicated to diy projects with an environmental emphasis. Their post, Fabulous Fabrics: Harmony Art Organic Design, gave a nice glimpse into the Harmony Art world.




March 10, 2008
Red Thread Studio: Slow Cloth, New Cloth, Art Cloth

Sustainable Textile Resources and 5 Things I've Learned highlights Harmony Art and several other resources for people looking for sustainable fabrics. The author Elaine Lipson also makes some great points about fashion, sustainability and textiles.




March, 2008
domino

Domino's March green-themed issue, featured Harmony Art in their green-fabric rolodex, "A fair-trade-oriented wholesale designer of delightful prints."




February, 2008
Treehugger

The online magazine Treehugger has a post (New Fabrics from Harmony Art: Moon and Whispering Grass B/W) featuring our latest releases of organic printed fabrics.




December, 2007
home Know-It-All

Harmony Art organic design fabrics were featured on the home Know-It-All blog, your one-stop shop for home design, improvement, and repair.




December, 2007
New Harmony Art Distributor Added

Organic Fabric Online has become the latest member of the Harmony Art distribution team. Located in Victoria, Australia, Organic Fabric Online will be servicing retail and wholesale customers "down under". Founder of Harmony Art, Harmony Susalla, says. "The interest we have had from this part of the world has been growing. We are very happy to be working with Organic Fabric Online."




July, 2007
eInsider - by Quilts, Inc.

Volume 2, Issue 1 of eInsider (the electronic newsletter for quilting and the soft crafts industry) has an article entitled Green Quilting: Improving the Earth One Fiber at a Time in which several eco-designers are mentioned and quoted. We are happy to have been included. One of the pictures used in the article is of an Amy Bulter pillow which was created using our fabrics and sewn by local fiber artist Marilyn Limbaugh.




April, 2007
Fashion Institute of Technology

As part of FIT's An Introduction to Sustainable Business and Design Conference Harmony has been invited to speak. Other speakers include representatives from EnviroTextiles, Timberland and Johnson and Johnson. Harmony Art fabrics will also be a part of the fashion show portion of this event. This event is open to the public but registration is requested.




March 13, 2007
Harmony Susalla to Speak at Westweek

Harmony will speaking Thursday, March 29th at 10am at the Pacific Design Center Green Gallery Suite no. B-261. She will be speaking about the recently adopted Global Organic Textile Standards and the work being done to create the Sustainable Textile Standards. Click here to download a printable flyer for this event.




March 1, 2007
Harmony Art enters Convenient Truths video contest

Treehugger and Seventh Generation have created Convenient Truths: A Green Video Contest. This contest was designed to share solutions. We encourage you to watch the other videos and get inspired! Click here to watch and comment on our "Spend Wisely" video.




February 2007
Pilates Style Magazine

Harmony Art and the City Girl Designs tote bag were featured in the "Organic Rocks" Teaser Style section of Pilates Style magazine. The blurb goes on to say that Harmony Art could start a "ready-to-wear revolution". Click the image to the left to read the full article.




Winter 2007
Radiant Magazine

Harmony Art was featured in the Living Room, Living Green section of Radiant magazine. The magazine's tag line is "Life from the Inside Out". Click on image on left to see the full blurb.




December 12, 2006
The Worsted Witch

Harmony Art was featured again on The Worsted Witch blog. This post inspired me to add where grown, woven and printed info to all of the designs on my web site.




November 8, 2006
design TURF

Harmony Art was featured on the design TURF blog along with some great links to Eco-DIY projects. This blog is dedicated to green, modern design and is connected with re-modern.com.



November 8, 2006
Haute*Nature

Haute Nature, dedicated to ecologically based creative ideas, did a nice blog about Harmony Art and some of our friends: 10 Flowers, Enamore, Fiber Active Quilts and Organic Baby Shower.




November 1, 2006
A Dress A Day

Harmony Art Organic Design fabrics were featured in "FABRIC WEEK" on A Dress A Day blog. This fun and witty site focuses on dresses, fabrics, sewing and such.




October 10, 2006
Vote for us for Co-op America's People's Choice Award for Green Business of the Year! Green Business of the Year Nominee

Harmony Art has made it into the top 10 for Co-op America's People's Choice Award for Green Business of the Year. Runoff voting continues through October 24th.





August 2006
Body + Soul

Harmony Art was featured in the Whole Living section of Body + Soul Magazine on page 18. Body + Soul is a Martha Stewart publication. "Most fabric stores don't carry much organic fabric....But now the California-based company Harmony Art is changing the trend." Click on image on left to read the full column.




July 13, 2006
HGTV.com

HGTV.com has a section on Organic Style - "Stylish ways to bring the colors and shapes of nature into your home" which highlights Harmony Art's "Let it Grow" design.




July 6, 2006
Funky Finds

Harmony Art fabrics have been featured on the Funky Finds Blog. This blog created by a graphic designer in Texas is an eclectic variety of creative and interesting "finds".




July 5, 2006
More Hip than Hippie Podcast

Harmony Art fabrics have been featured for the first time on a Podcast! Click on the link to have a listen for yourself to - More Hip than Hippie's cool approach to the eco-friendly lifestyle Podcast. The hosts Val and Dori have a real life and humorous approach to living with sustainability and style.




June 27, 2006
Fabulously Green

Harmony Art was featured on design blog Fabulously Green. "This blog is a blend of style, sustainability and social responsibility...part blog, part directory." This is another fabulous spot worth bookmarking! Stephanie takes time and care with her posts. We are honored to be included.




June 21, 2006
Decor 8

Harmony Art was featured on design blog Decor 8. This blog is dedicated to "fresh finds for hip spaces." We are thrilled to be included in this mainstream style conscious design blog.




June 20, 2006
Treehugger

The online magazine Treehugger has a post (Harmony Art Adds New Textiles) featuring the recent release of our first 100% made in the USA organic printed fabrics.




May 28, 2006
The Worsted Witch

Harmony Art was featured on The Worsted Witch blog. We are honored to be noted by such a fun, intriguing and thoughtful blog. The blog also featured fellow organic print pioneers Mod Green Pod. If you haven't heard of them, they are worth checking out!




May/June 2006
VegNews

Harmony Art was featured in the Veg Picks Organic Cotton section of VegNews. "Harmony Susalla makes the connection between nature and spirituality without coming off as cheesy with her Harmony Art Fabrics."




April 7, 2006
Independent Coast Observer

Jo Rouse is a local reporter who does a weekly column in the Independent Coast Observer called Sustaining Ourselves. This week Harmony Art was featured. What a sweet home coming to return to after our trip to CT. Click image on left to read the full article.




April 2006
Sustainable Industries Journal

Harmony is quoted in the article "Loose ends tied on organic fiber" about organic processing standards and certification.





April 6, 2006
Harmony Susalla to Speak at Fashion and Sustainability: Wearing Social Change at Yale University

Lecture to be held on April 6, 2006 - Linsley-Chittenden Hall 102 - 5:00pm
Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Textile history is full of scandal, slavery, child labor, pollution, and environmental degradation. By looking at cotton's sordid past, Harmony Susalla believes she has found a portal to its future. For more details and to read about the other events go to www.wearingchange.org.





March 2006
Sustainable Industries Journal

Harmony Art Organic prints were featured in the SIJ Product Spotlight of the March issue of Sustainable Industries Journal.





February 2006
Harmony Susalla to Speak at the de Young Museum

Lecture to be held on March 18, 2006 - Koret Auditorium - 10:00am
de Young Museum - Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

Textile history is full of scandal, slavery, child labor, pollution, and environmental degradation. By looking at cotton's sordid past, Harmony Susalla believes she has found a portal to its future. - Read the full press release.





February 2, 2006
Treehugger

The online magazine Treehugger has a post (Cotton's Sordid Past: Harmony Susalla at the de Young Museum) featuring Harmony's upcoming speaking engagement at the de Young.




January 28, 2006
Santa Rosa Press Democrat

The cover story for the Home and Garden section is "Going Green is keen" by Meg McConahey. Harmony is mentioned and quoted in the article.




February 2006
Sew News

The February 2006 issue of Sew News features Harmony Art prints in their "what's new" section.




January 13, 2006
Treehugger

The online magazine Treehugger has a post ("The future is green. Find it here.") featuring Harmony Art's organic textiles.




January/February 2006
Natural Home & Garden

In the latest issue of their magazine, Natural Home & Garden has an article featuring Harmony Art's Season One fabrics.




August 2005
Harmony Art Organic Design Launches Designer Fabric Line

Harmony Susalla is a woman with a mission: to inspire environmental and social change through creative, sustainable fabrics.

With the launch of her Season One line of printed fabric, Harmony Susalla, designer and founder of Harmony Art, has brought the organic movement to designer fabrics.   - Read the full press release.