Marimekko's Muksunhylly Fabric

Marimekko's Muksunhylly Fabric

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Alejandra Valera
Oct 30, 2008

We just recently discovered Marimekko's Muksunhylly fabric and have to say "Wow!" Why hadn't we seen it before? A playful, colorful pattern featuring children and a variety of household items combine with a nod to Mondrian to create this charming fabric.

Designed and printed in 1955 by Vuokko Eskolin-Nurmesniemi, the vintage appeal of the Muksunhylly fabric is what makes it so fun. We can easily see creating a pair of shorts, pillows, curtains, a pair of kicky capris (for us) and being pleased as punch with the outcome.

Have any of you created items with the Muksunhylly fabric? Please share!

Images above (left to right): Marimekko Muksunhylly Throw Pillow, Marimekko Muksunhylly Apron and Marimekko Muksunhylly Tea Towels

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