Harmony Susalla created the Let It Grow design "sparked from a picture of the ends of boards of wood stacked on top of each other. The balance of circles within squares and life within death make this more than a print to me." You can see the other Harmony prints here. They're woven and printed in India according to Global Organic Textile Standards, so you can be sure that the fabrics are made in an environmentally- and socially-aware fashion.
At 16.2 ounces per linear yard, this wide-width twill is 6.4 ounces per square yard; it's a medium-weight fabric that works well for both apparel and home decor/crafts projects. This really is a design that fits in almost anywhere - we have a chair that I want to upholster in Let It Grow Brown/Aqua Twill and I can make matching throw pillows for the couch to tie it in. Curtains would be so very easy and eye-catching, and I see them being the tailored sort or even a quick set of Roman Shades. Marvelous for bags and backpacks, placemats and tablecloths, and so very much more. It could be just me, but I love using darker colors for baby clothes and accessories; they're so unexpected and add such an easy touch of sophistication; this fabric would be great for one layer of a blanket or changing pad, a diaper bag, a snap-down-the-front gown, or a very sturdy winter sling. Kids would love a pair of Let It Grow overalls (and only you would have to know the symbolism of the name, if you didn't want to share it), and of course it's wonderful for adult clothing too, from jackets to skirts and wonderful sheaths.