Sister Parish was a interior designer and socialite famous in the 60s and on for her work on the Kennedy White House and for her take on the English country house look. I’m deducing that she was at least partially responsible for the quilt revival of the 70s. Today, her granddaughter Susan Bartlett Crater, and Parish’s onetime apprentice Libby Cameron, run Sister Parish Design. They designed a fabric and wallpaper collection featuring patterns that Ms. Parish loved and used in her work. The fabrics are screenprinted by hand in the U.S. and are sold through their website and via showrooms across the country.