One of Marimekko's most famed prints, this Mini-Unikko fabric displays white poppies with green centers and stems on a black background. Made from 100% cotton, this version of Mini-Unikko fabric is the perfect fresh addition to your home décor.
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This Marimekko fabric is sold by the yard. Enter desired quantity of yards in the Yards box. If you order multiple yards, they will remain intact.
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The bold, effusive prints and textiles of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Founded in 1951 by Finnish couple Viljo and Armi Ratia, the name Marimekko translated literally means "Mary-dress." Marimekko’s impact reaches beyo... More Marimekko
Maija and Kristina Isola; this mother daughter team has become a Marimekko design legend. First joining the company in the 1950’s, it was apparent that Maija Isola had a knack for textile design. After creating over 500 prints including the beloved Unikko pattern; Isola eventually became ch... More Maija & Kristina Isola
Lovely pattern and perfect for its purpose of covering a chair seat. Fabric is thick enough so no show through but not so heavy as to be unwieldy.
By Susan P.
Love this classic print 0
August 11, 2020
Nice mini print to make face masks
Beautiful print crisp fabric
Lovely, as expected
February 27, 2016
Great quality. Will hem the ends and use it as a just-right-size tablecloth.
By Deborah B.
March 22, 2012
This is one of my favorite Marimekko prints: The flowers are about 4" - 5" across in size, which makes it perfect to use in my quilting projects. The two-toned pale green centers are lovely, and coordinate with a lot of other fabrics. The black and white design elements are rhythmic and very striking.
The shades of green as accents to what is essentially a great black and white design. I worried (from the image on the website) that the design would look too rigidly "lined up", but that is not a problem at all. The green flower centers are much more dominant when you see the actual fabric, and the whole design flows very well.
The areas of white fabric are a tiny bit transparent...it is not a problem for my quilting, because the batting behind the fabric is white, but on a dress, for example, you might need to use a lining or interfacing.