Lemons and florals bustle together in Aino-Maija Metsola’s Sitruunapuu pattern. Made from 100% cotton, this durable fabric is printed in Finland in cloud-busting hues of red, yellow, green, blue and magenta on a white backdrop. Whether it’s made into a wall hanging, table linen or curtains, this refreshing burst of color will bring a summery comfort.
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