The Marimekko Hauki print harkens back to designer Sanna Annukka's childhood summers, spent at a lake near her grandmother's. Kids were encouraged to stay close to shore unless they wanted their toes to end up in the belly of a pike. Little Sanna listened to her grandmother and always came home with all ten.
In this instance, the charming print has been turned into a charming oven mitt.
Please note: image shows front and back print on mitten.