Maija Isola's wavy Seireeni (siren) pattern graces this cotton-linen fabric, inspired by the movement of water during her travels in the 1960s. A flowing red wave sprawls down the center against a beige backdrop, an eye-catching print for any home decor crafts or fashion projects. Whether that be curtains, a tablecloth, or a dress, this fabric will effortlessly elevate anywhere it goes. The Marimekko Seireeni Beige / Red Linen Fabric is made in Finland and machine washable when needed.
*See secondary image for approximation of one repeat.
Repeat: 61.4" (156 cm) or 1.70 yards. Please order carefully. Cut fabric cannot be returned.
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