The Ruusupuu Marimekko fabric was designed by Maija Isola in 1957. Ruusupuu, Finnish for "Rosewood," is expressive of her deep love of nature. She uses symmetrical, black branches against a white background with alternating bright, pink roses.
(See secondary photo for an approximation of one yard.)This fabric is sold by the yard. Enter desired number of yards in the Yards box. If you order multiple yards, they will remain intact.
The photo shows the fabric pattern as if the cut edges were at the top and bottom; selvage with Marimekko name will appear on the sides.
Please order carefully. Cut fabric cannot be returned.
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I love this print, and bought just one yard. By cutting it lengthwise down the center, I was able to have enough for a nice gathered skirt. Rather than having the print at the waist, it circles the bottom and looks fabulous.