Harmony Susalla, the designer, was inspired by the "fields that bloom in the spring on the bluffs above the ocean along the northern California coast. This print is dedicated to Honey, a dog who loved to hike these bluffs."
The 233-thread count and wide width (it's like getting two yards for the price of one) mean this fabric is absolutely perfect for bedding, interior decorating, curtains, and quilting, while the exciting print means you'll want to see it in so many other places. Try it for adult clothes (jackets, skirts, and dresses), craft projects (pillows, bedskirts, curtains, tote bags), handkerchiefs, and even items for oh-so-lucky small people (a jumper or dress, a baby blanket, sweet overalls, or a baby sling).
At 12.8 ounces per linear yard, the fabric is about 4 ounces per square yard. (The maker says it's 4.4 ounces/square yard; we're working with different scales, though, and .4 oz is a fairly minimal discrepancy.) Made of 100% organic cotton grown and woven in India and printed with fiber-reactive low-impact inks and dyes in accordance with the Global Organic Textile Standards. You can see the other Harmony prints here.
As a sidenote, if you're interested in making bedding, I know someone who made a set of sheets using wide-width sateen and following a link she found on our blog. She said it was very easy to make them, and she's loving sleeping on her very own hand-made organic sheets. You can do it too, and we encourage you to let us know how it goes! We also have a pattern for an easy duvet cover and shams, should you want to make a matching bedspread.