Designed in 1964 by Maija Isola, Marimekko Unikko has remained a powerful flower through six decades. In the Pieni (little) version, the blooms are in a smaller scale, and laid in two alternating columns. Printed in Finland on 100% heavyweight cotton, this machine-washable fabric is ready to shine in a DIY project, big or small.
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I love this fabric. It is cheerful and sunny and brightens up the entire couch, where I've used it to cover two throw pillows. I plan to use this same fabric elsewhere in my apartment to provide touches of color to the kitchen and dining areas.