Paying homage to Slovakian folk art, Marimekko designer Maija Isola created the Kulkunen fabric in 1959. Impressed with their use of traditional textiles such as embroidery and lace, Isola extracted many of these elements and hand-drew her interpretations to create a powerfully crafted textile print. Always a lover of color, she superimposed her detailed drawings onto a colored background to create a highly ornate print. Made from 100% cotton, the detailed nature of this print adds a rich quality to anything you create out of this fabric.
(See the secondary photo for an approximation of one yard. Note: This fabric is cut from a large scale piece of fabric; your print may vary from the one shown.)
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