We still have over a month to go before the first day of summer (June 21!). But, now is not too soon to show you the Summersville Etsy shop.
I have kept an eye on the shop for awhile, mostly because I loved the patterns and colors. But, just yesterday, Summersville’s Lucie Summers was featured on Etsy’s homepage as the featured seller, and I couldn’t help but notice that we have many similar interests, including favorite books from Maeve Binchy and Lucy Maud Montgomery. She must be a kindred spirit! (Only Anne Shirley fans would get that joke…)
Anyway, I thought I should give her a shout-out here too. I love the versatility of her shop… she sells the fabric that she screen-prints, so it’s up to you how to use it: placemats, napkins, displays, table-runners… Plus, each pattern has a name (“twist,” “weave,” “avenue,” “alphabetty,” “totem,” etc), and the design is incorporated throughout different products.
Here’s a totem print on oatmeal fabric for $6.75.
I love these fabric magnets for $8.50.
I really gravitate toward the “weave” patterns that she has. This one in green is $6.75 too.
She incorporates her patterns very well with sketchbooks and notebooks. Here’s one with the twist design for $14.95.