The Masurkka pattern is Anneli Qveflander's graphic interpretation of the Mazurka, a Polish folk dance. This 100% cotton fabric is printed in Finland. The exceptional design works well for many kinds of interior decoration, from table linens to simple yet dramatic wall hangings.
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