The island of Jussarö is an abandoned mining settlement that is now recognized by its lighthouse. Though it is known as Finland's only ghost town, it is still greeted by one devoted visitor: the Gulf of Finland's wavering weather. Different hues of blue blend together to give dimension to ominous clouds, each leaving behind a thick trail of rain against the navy sky. Designed by Aino-Maija Metsola, this powerful pattern is part of the Sääpäiväkirja, or Weather Diary series. The 100% cotton fabric is still screen printed in Helsinki, Finland at Marimekko's printing works. Among other things, the Marimekko Jussarö Blue Fabric would be beautiful made into curtains, framing your favorite window where you watch real rainstorms roll overhead.
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Is it possible to buy 1 1/4 yards of this fabric? I don't need more than that so buying 2 yards would be a waste.
Please round up when you are adding the fabric to your cart. At checkout there is a 'comments' section in which you can specify the exact amount of fabric. When we download your order, we will pro-rate the cost of the fabric and send you a new order confirmation.