Stripes, dots, and circles intersect with playful flowers in a vibrant colorway of white, navy, red, pink, and orange. Siirtolapuutarha, Finnish for 'allotment', alludes to the cheerful work and hum of growth that can be found in urban gardens. Here, it's been scaled down to pieni (small) size for a variety of projects, but thanks to the stain-resistant acrylic coating, it's perfect for tablecloths, table runners, and placemats.
See secondary photo for approximation of one yard.
Please note: This fabric is coated in acrylic, not PVC as Marimekko fabric previously was. Although it is less shiny and smooth than the PVC fabrics, it has even greater benefits. A safe and eco-friendly alternative, acrylic-coating has better stain repellent qualities than PVC, is machine-washable, and is foldable without leaving marks on the fabric.
Enter desired quantity of repeats in the 'Yards' box. If you order multiple yards, they will remain intact.
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