When I was in South Carolina recently, my mom and I worked together on a quilt, all in greens. I had chosen all the fabric earlier in the year, and had it shipped to her house so it would all be ready the next time I was there. My favorite fabric came from an Etsy shop called Summersville. Here the very talented Lucie Summers hand screenprints her fun designs on a delightfully textured oatmeal cotton with natural slubs and flecks of cotton seed.
Her designs are all hand-drawn. In the age of computers, that is a rarity. I feel Lucie's personality must come through in these designs, and they make me think she's likely a warm, delightful person.
At Summersville, you can find a lot more than fabric. My favorite product (that I've yet to try) is this gift wrap. It is printed using vegetable based inks on 80% recycled paper and you'll get two sheets, printed on both sides.
There are also cute fabric-covered magnets...
and beautiful fabric-covered notebooks, with either lined or blank pages.
Perhaps the most unique thing I saw at Summersville was this color-it-yourself poster, in a selection of her designs. What a fun gift this would be!