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Marimekko's New Fall Fabrics

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One of our favorite textile makers, Marimekko, has just launched a new line of scrumptious fall fabrics. The patterns are super fun as always and the colors could not be more spot on for fall. Here, we pick out just a few of our favorites from the line so far.
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  Attika cotton fabric$48.69Consisting of large colour blocks, the Attika print from 1959 is one of the bold graphic prints of Maija Isola.

    Attika cotton fabric$48.69

    Consisting of large colour blocks, the Attika print from 1959 is one of the bold graphic prints of Maija Isola.

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  Kuuskajaskari linen fabric$66.45Brilliant panoramas. Bring the splendor of rainfalls and sun rays to the home all year long. This stunning fabric complements Marimekko's new, exquisite Weather Diary collection inspired by the beautiful autumnal nature of Finland.

    Kuuskajaskari linen fabric$66.45

    Brilliant panoramas. Bring the splendor of rainfalls and sun rays to the home all year long. This stunning fabric complements Marimekko's new, exquisite Weather Diary collection inspired by the beautiful autumnal nature of Finland.

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  Jussarö cotton fabric$64.34Misty landscapes. Bring the splendor of rainfalls and sun rays to the home all year long. This unique fabric designed by Aino-Maija Metsola depicts heavy rain clouds rolling in and it complements Marimekko's exquisite Weather Diary collection.

    Jussarö cotton fabric$64.34

    Misty landscapes. Bring the splendor of rainfalls and sun rays to the home all year long. This unique fabric designed by Aino-Maija Metsola depicts heavy rain clouds rolling in and it complements Marimekko's exquisite Weather Diary collection.

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  Pähkinäpuu cotton fabric$35.94The Pähkinäpuu print from 1974 exemplifies Katsuji Wakisaka’s close relationship to Japanese design tradition.

    Pähkinäpuu cotton fabric$35.94

    The Pähkinäpuu print from 1974 exemplifies Katsuji Wakisaka’s close relationship to Japanese design tradition.

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  Taapeli cotton fabric$100.27The quilt-like Taapeli (pile of boards) pattern takes us through the forest and all the way to a saw mill. There logs are being sawn into boards and placed in piles, or “taapeli” in Finnish, to dry.

    Taapeli cotton fabric$100.27

    The quilt-like Taapeli (pile of boards) pattern takes us through the forest and all the way to a saw mill. There logs are being sawn into boards and placed in piles, or “taapeli” in Finnish, to dry.

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  Twisti cotton fabric$136.21Named after a popular schoolyard game, Twisti (twist) takes us back to childhood summers.

    Twisti cotton fabric$136.21

    Named after a popular schoolyard game, Twisti (twist) takes us back to childhood summers.

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  Unikko coated cotton fabric$59Unikko (poppy) was born in 1964 shortly after Armi Ratia had announced that Marimekko would never print a floral pattern. Maija paid no heed to Armi’s decree and designed an entire collection of floral patterns in protest. One of them was Unikko, a true icon of the future.

    Unikko coated cotton fabric$59

    Unikko (poppy) was born in 1964 shortly after Armi Ratia had announced that Marimekko would never print a floral pattern. Maija paid no heed to Armi’s decree and designed an entire collection of floral patterns in protest. One of them was Unikko, a true icon of the future.

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  Puketti coated cotton fabric$40The Puketti (bouquet) pattern from 1965 is a true Marimekko icon. Its minimalistic design language reflects functinalism, a key principle in Annika Rimala’s work.

    Puketti coated cotton fabric$40

    The Puketti (bouquet) pattern from 1965 is a true Marimekko icon. Its minimalistic design language reflects functinalism, a key principle in Annika Rimala’s work.

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