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Marimekko Unikko White / Black Acrylic-coated Cotton Fabric
Marimekko Unikko White / Black Acrylic-coated Cotton Fabric
Marimekko Unikko White / Black Acrylic-coated Cotton Fabric

Marimekko Unikko White / Black Acrylic-coated Cotton Fabric

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  • Q & A
Maija Isola's popular Unikko pattern was created in the 1960's during the height of modern design and has since remained one of the most iconic patterns of all time. Delving into oversized design and deconstructed shapes led Isola to create large than life patterns. Large black poppy flowers are printed over a white background to create a vivid and graphic print that impresses any design connoisseur. Made in Finland from 100% cotton, it's coated in acrylic to serve in spots that might get a little messy - such as a tablecloth or placemats. Acrylic-coated cotton makes minor messes easily wiped clean, but also allows it to be machine washable for more major spills. It feels coarser than untreated cotton, but still feels like fabric and not like vinyl of earlier fabric. Plus, the eco-friendly treatment helps to avoid wrinkling when folded!

See secondary image for an approximation of one yard
  • ITEM #: MM069847-030
  • MATERIAL: 100% Acrylic-coated cotton
  • PATTERN: Marimekko Unikko
  • COUNTRY: Designed in Finland, Made in Finland
  • Repeat: 39-3/8" (100 cm) or 1.09 yards
  • This Marimekko fabric is sold by the yard.
  • Enter desired quantity of yards in the "Yards" field. If you order multiple yards, they will remain intact.

The bold, effusive prints and textiles of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Founded in 1951 by Finnish couple Viljo and Armi Ratia, the name Marimekko translated literally means "Mary-dress." Marimekko’s impact reaches beyo... More Marimekko

Maija Isola

Undisputedly the most famous textile designer to have existed at Marimekko, Maija Isola created over 500 prints during her long and colorful employment. The height of her design notoriety occurred during the 1960’s, right around the time when she created her explosive Unikko pattern. In add... More Maija Isola

Review Summary
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100% Recommend this product (5 of 5 responses)
By Brigitte
Beautiful fabric
January 19, 2021
I sewed 4 pillows for my new yard furniture, they look great.
  • Great for outdoor projects
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By Elizabeth
White Mountains of Arizona
Elegant and fun Finnish style
December 20, 2020
Classic Finnish design looks right at home as a table cloth in my rustic cabin. It's perfect! Wipes clean and brightens my day every time I walk by. Thanks FinnStyle!
By Cristina
Beautiful, stylish and practical!
November 30, 2020
This is the best and most beautiful tablecloth or resistant fabric ever. I discovered Marinekko with my finish friends through its design and I fell in love with the practical side plus design of it. Perfect tablecloth for a house with kids that need help keeping the house beautiful!!! Love it!
By Michele
Cocoa, FL
Practical table topper for use in outdoor patio
November 16, 2020
Of course the beloved pattern is sigmature Marimekko and we get lots of compliments!
  • Plastic coated and easy to clean.
  • It's imperative, however, that the cut side edges are surged to use as a tablecloth.
By Winkumsmom
Arvada, CO
My perfect tablecover!
September 24, 2017
I cannot say enough good things about both the Marimekko PVC fabric, and this pattern in particular. We use it to cover our dining room table, which serves as a homework spot, art workspace, and casual dining table for our family of 5. I have been buying Marimekko PVC fabric for years to use as a tablecover, because the patterns are both lovely and striking, and the fabric is tremendously practical. It is heavier weight than the plastic/coated tablecloths you see in your run-of-the-mill fabric store, which means that the fabric stays in place on the table and doesn't need to be clipped down. It drapes rather than sticking out the way a cheaper plastic-coated fabric would. While I own several Marimekko PVC fabric patterns, and switch them out now and then for a bit of change, the Unikko Black is my favorite. It manages to look both fun and sophisticated, and I have gotten so many compliments on it. From a practical standpoint, this fabric is so easy and practical to use as a tablecloth. Order enough yardage to cover your table, trim any excess with scissors, and then just wipe clean with a soapy cloth whenever needed.
  • Not a cheap plasticky tablecloth! This fabric is heavyweight, drapes well, and feels much nicer.
  • Expensive of course...but has been well worth every penny.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Joyful Optimist
from Rockport Massachusetts asked:
July 3, 2017
How wide is the fabric?
1 Answer
56" (142 cm) wide
Submitted by: FinnStyle Staff on July 6, 2017

from Toledo, OH asked:
February 25, 2015
In a yard of fabric, is there quite a bit of white on each side, or is the fabric covered with the floral design with only the white between the flowers?
1 Answer
Hello, There is approximately 2-3 inches of white edging on each side of the fabric.
Submitted by: FinnStyle Staff on March 2, 2015

from Toronto Ontario Canada asked:
February 24, 2014
I would like to use that to re-upholster my dining chair cushions which is about 21" x 21" in size. It looks like i would need 2 yards of this fabric to do 6 chairs. However, my concern is about the "repeat" of the pattern. You info says 37" repeat, I am wondering if there is any apparent "gap" between the floral pattern or is the pattern more or less continuous across the width of the fabric. I just don't want to show too much "white gap" between the pattern repeats for the amount of fabric I purchase. Thanks so much for your help.
1 Answer
There are not white gaps between repeats, the pattern is continuous. Please keep in mind, however, that Marimekko recommends using upholstery fabric for this type of project rather than PVC fabric. PVC is used more for tablecloths and areas with slightly less wear and tear than chair covers.
Submitted by: FinnStyle Staff on February 24, 2014

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