Perfect for the holiday season, the popular Taikamylly pattern by, Sanna Annukka, is available in a festive red and green color combination. Taikamylly is Finnish for "Magic Mill" and these grinding mills are taken directly from The Kalevala (Finland's national epic story) and interpreted by Annukka. With such bold and complementary colors, this cotton fabric would be perfect to make your own visually stunning throw pillows, wall hanging or tablecloth.
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