Folly Cove

A dive into our archive led to the rediscovery of the Folly Cove Designers, a guild of women artisans who worked in Cape Ann, Massachusetts, and designed for Schumacher during the 1940s and ’50s. The mostly self-taught designers produced charming, unpretentious designs that were first sketched and carved into linoleum blocks, then hand-printed onto textiles and other materials. Largely inspired by their New England surroundings, the group was known for cheerful, picturesque scenes from country life and a flat, folksy aesthetic. We are thrilled to revive some of their wonderful patterns in Folly Cove, a collection of printed textiles and wallcoverings that are as appealing today as they were when Schumacher introduced them more than half a century ago.
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