The printed cotton fabric features the Maalaisruusu pattern. This cotton fabric can be made into curtains, a tablecloth and much more. Printed in Helsinki.
Armi Ratia, the founder of Marimekko, had publicly announced that Marimekko would never print floral patterns. Maija Isola, who did not like such restrictions, protested by designing an entire series of floral prints. Once Ratia saw the designs, she immediately decided to include eight of them in Marimekko’s collection. Maalaisruusu (country rose) was one of those designs, as was the iconic Unikko (poppy).