Finnish for “Strawberry Hills”, the 1969 Mansikkavuoret pattern was designed by Maija Isola in 1969. Two years prior, the songs "Strawberry Fields" and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" were released and inspired this delicious design. The strongly saturated colors and pop art imagery feels as fresh as it did during the peak of its popularity in the late '60s. Here, it encourages the imagination even further on 100% heavyweight cotton fabric, as you can craft it into anything you dream; use it to make curtains, wall hangings, table linens, and more.
See secondary image for approximation of one repeat.
This Marimekko fabric is sold by the repeat. Enter desired quantity of repeats in the Repeats box. If you order multiple repeats, they will remain intact.
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