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Pieni Siirtolapuutarha Pot Holder
SKU: 14726
$15.00

This cheery potholder features the pieni siirtolapuutarha pattern, celebrating community gardens and the bounty they produce. Machine wash warm, air dry. Made in Estonia.

Founded in 1951 by visionary Finnish textile designer Armi Raitia and her husband, Viljo, Marimekko grew from a small textile-printing firm into an international phenomenon. From its beginnings as a textile design company, Marimekko (meaning "Mary's dress") branched out into everything from toys to dinnerware to architecture, becoming something of a lifestyle brand in the 1960s and 70s. The company's outstanding designers revolutionized modern printed fabrics and fashion. Today the company continues to collaborate with young artists, encouraging experimentation. The result is spirited, non-traditional patterns and vivid colors.

  • Pattern Designer: Maija Louekari
  • Country of Design: Finland
  • Materials: Cotton with polyester filling
  • Measurements: L 8.46" W 8.46"

This cheery potholder features the pieni siirtolapuutarha pattern, celebrating community gardens and the bounty they produce. Machine wash warm, air dry. Made in Estonia.

Founded in 1951 by visionary Finnish textile designer Armi Raitia and her husband, Viljo, Marimekko grew from a small textile-printing firm into an international phenomenon. From its beginnings as a textile design company, Marimekko (meaning "Mary's dress") branched out into everything from toys to dinnerware to architecture, becoming something of a lifestyle brand in the 1960s and 70s. The company's outstanding designers revolutionized modern printed fabrics and fashion. Today the company continues to collaborate with young artists, encouraging experimentation. The result is spirited, non-traditional patterns and vivid colors.

  • Pattern Designer: Maija Louekari
  • Country of Design: Finland
  • Materials: Cotton with polyester filling
  • Measurements: L 8.46" W 8.46"
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