Organic ABC print fabric

Your ABCs

Why it’s great: A is for adorable, and like all of Harmony Art’s fabrics, this one is certified organic and all dyes and pigments are synthetic and screened to avoid hazardous inputs from being used. This particular fabric is organic cotton interlock grown, woven in India, and printed in the USA to GOTS (Global Organic Textiles Standards) . We love it for a kid’s room or nursery.

Alphabet Soup Fabric
From Harmony Art
Available to the trade


Organic silk-screened print fabric

Chic Throw Back

Why it’s great: The vine curl pattern is simultaneously modern and retro, plus it offers some femininity to boot. Like all Mod Green Pod fabrics, this one is hand silk-screened with non-toxic, water-based inks on organic cotton fabric.

Clara (available in three colors and shown here in Chocolate)
From Mod Green Pod
Available to the trade


Hemp cowboy print fabric

Giddy Up

Why it’s great: For anyone looking for a modern take on a traditional formal print, look to this cowboy print made from 100-percent hemp.

Cowboy Toile (available in four colors and shown here in Big Sky)
From Live Textiles
Available to the trade


Flax linen print fabric

Pineapple Damask

Why it’s great: This elegant print offers a new twist since it is made from 100-percent flax linen, which is a renewable source, to give a classic look a forward-thinking edge.

Pineapple Damask (available in eight colors, shown here in Coffee with Cream White)
From Live Textiles
Available to the trade


Organic denim and sateen fabric

Swirls and Curls

Why it’s great: Made from organic denim (yes, denim) and sateen, this beautiful print also meets GOTS standards and can be printed with words on the fabric. Since the denim is a limited release from Harmony Art, you should order right away.

Silent Stumps
From Harmony Art
Available to the trade


Organic sprout fabric

Garden Grid

Why it’s great: This intricate pattern, which is described as a “stylized sprout motif morphs into surprisingly complicated, organized pattern,” is both delicate and interesting. It is printed on organic cotton fabric and screened with non-toxic inks.

Atticus (Available in three colors, shown here in Basil)
From Mod green pod
Available to the trade


Hemp dotted fabric

Sign On the Dotted Line

Why it’s great: These delicate dots are printed on 100-percent hemp, which is a renewable material used to make fabric, paper, and even oil for hundreds of years. The pattern offers the perfect amount of details for Roman shades or pillows.

Dot Dot Dot (available in four colors, shown here in Touchstone and Mocha)
From Live Textiles
Available to the trade


Lightweight flannel fabric

Moon Rising

Why it’s great: While made of lightweight flannel, there is no sign of lumberjack plaid in this playful pattern.

Moon
From Harmony Art
Available to the trade


Silk-screened striped fabric

Tick-tock

Why it’s great: When it comes to fabric, stripes are always a classic choice for furniture or curtains. The hand silk-screening process gives these stripes a texture-like quality.

Ticking Stripes (available in 5 beautiful color combinations)
From Mod Green Pod
Available to the trade


Printed From:
http://www.myhomeideas.com/decorating/stuff-youll-love/9-eco-fab-fabrics