Antii Kekki uses a paper cutout technique to create the Rukinlapa (Distaff) pattern. The distaff, used for spinning fibers, is interpreted here as a cutout decorated with vegetal patterns. It makes a striking and modern throw pillow in a dark blue and olive colorway. This throw pillow cover unzips along one side and can be removed for easy machine washing.
These throw pillow covers are sewn from large bolts of Marimekko fabric, and each is unique. The pattern you receive may differ slightly from the product shown.
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