Spunky blossoms traverse playful patterns on this Marimekko Pieni Sirrtolapuutarha acrylic-coated cotton fabric. Stripes, dots, and circles intersect with playful flowers in shades of black and white on this Marimekko Sirrtolapuutarha acrylic-coated cotton fabric. Siirtolapuutarha, Finnish for 'allotment', alludes to the cheerful work and hum of growth that can be found in urban gardens The acrylic coating on the fabric makes cleaning a breeze. From the kitchen to the great outdoors, use this fabric anywhere your creative mind desires.
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