Summer Lindeman began sewing in 2013 after her grandmother, Bea Sutton passed away, leaving her entire sewing room to Summer. As a classically trained artist, Summer had no idea how to sew. Not letting inexperience stop her, she decided to experiment with making toys for her young daughter, Little Bea, so her grandmother's sewing supplies wouldn't go to waste.
After much trial and error, Summer created a few designs and found that her dolls and toys were popular with Little Bea's friends so she made them available to the general public. She quickly found that creating dolls can be just as much of an art as the drawing and painting she had done previously. She now creates dolls for children and collectors alike.