The whole month of April we will be celebrating Harmony Susalla, the creator of Harmony Art, and the special relationship we have with her and her fabrics!
Read more to get to know Harmony, what inspires her, and get a free pattern plus a tutorial from the Green Bag Lady!
Read More» 1960s Style Gingko Dress
Creation: Gingko Print Burda Dress
Fabrics Used: Harmony Art Gingkos Sateen
The Visionary: Laura Mae, Laura Mae Designs
Our Thoughts: This Harmony print made for a perfectly festive holiday dress!
Read More» Vintage Inspired Dress
Creation:Vintage inspired Dress
Fabrics Used: Navy Blue Sateen
The Visionary: Lauren, Lladybird
Our Thoughts: Lauren at Lladybird.com made an elegant vintage inspired dress - simple, yet stylish.
Read More» Senior Thesis Project
Creation: Senior Thesis Project
Fabrics Used: A variety of fabrics HERE
The Visionary: Callie Jensen, Calliejensen.com
Our Thoughts: Callie from CallieJensen.com used Organic Cotton Plus sustainable fabrics as part of her thesis entitled "Made in ________". We think she did a fantastic job and wish her a wonderful career.
After World War One, there was a push for sustainable clothing development, not because it was “in fashion,” but because resources were scarce. The repair and reuse of items became a necessity, and fabrics were rationed just as were many other supplies. At the time, grains, flour, and plant growing supplements were delivered in cotton-linen bags that were durable and tightly woven as to transport the various kinds of feed. For women like my great-great-grandmother, who lived on farms, this created an incredible resource. The bags often came in friendly floral patterns which made them desirable and easy to repurpose into clothing. By the end of World War II, increases in mass production in the food and fashion industries created a depreciation in quality that persists today.
Read More» Elegant Easter Dress
Creation: Elegant Easter Dress
The Visionary: Ajaire, Call Ajaire
Our Thoughts: Ajaire at CallAjaire made an elegant Easter dress for her daughter using our Garden Sateen and she looks pretty as a picture.
Read More» Cool Cotton Dress
Creation: Cool Cotton Dress
Fabrics Used: Bearing Blue Sea Sateen
The Visionary: Rochelle, LuckyLucille.com
Our Thoughts: Rochelle at Luckylucille.com made simple, yet elegant cotton dress using our Bearing Blue Sea Sateen. We think she looks wonderful.