Tuuli, Finnish for wind, is a Marimekko upholstery pattern with black trees swaying in a storm on a white background. This gorgeous, mysteriously ominous black and white pattern was designed by Maija Isola and Kristina Isola in 1971.This Marimekko fabric is sold by the yard. Enter desired quantity 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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