jokeri papjo cotton fabricfabric
The printed cotton fabric features the Jokeri Papajo pattern and it is printed in Helsinki.
The Jokeri Papajo print is a captivating combination of two much-loved Annika Rimala designs from the 1960s. In the pattern, a large scale meets smaller proportions.
The non-figurative Jokeri (joker) dates back to the time when influences from contemporary youth culture were perhaps most strongly evident in Annika Rimala’s rhythmic patterns.
During her trip to Mexico in 1964, Annika Rimala became inspired by the Maya civilization. Carvings found in Mayan temples gave her the idea for the Papajo (papaya) pattern.
This product is certified in accordance with STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® (SE 08-1621 RISE IVF).
Pattern: Jokeri Papajo by Annika Rimala
Material: 100 % cotton
Repeat: 88 cm
Fabric width: 147 cm
Colour: turquoise, beige, white
Sold by the 1/4 metre as it comes from the bolt. If you'd like 1 metre, purchase 4. Quantity entered will be sold as 1 continuous piece.
The image shows more than one pattern repeat.
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Cut fabric is a final sale.