Pioneering designer Maija Isola created the Vihkiruusu (Wedding Rose) print in 1964, and it's just as lovely today. The repeating blossoms are sweet yet eye-catching in hues of fuchsia and gold on a soft white backdrop. Use this 100% acrylic-coated cotton to make some retro placemats or a tablecloth!
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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.
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