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Discover the beauty of Mola art and its rich cultural significance. Get inspired by top Mola designs and learn how to incorporate this unique art form into your home decor.
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Kindergarten artists used a mola technique of stacking shapes from small to large to practice their cutting skills. A mola is a textile art from Panama that involves sewing layers of fabric in this way, as seen here from molamama : Some classes used photos of themselves in their designs and added extra shapes, keeping to the spring theme.

Carolyn Jehring
Kuna Indian inspired, San Blas Islands✋Molas are beautiful applique and embroidery  More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✋ Reverse Applique, Art Textile, Mexican Folk Art, Aboriginal Art, Elementary Art, Art Plastique, Teaching Art, Rug Hooking, Fabric Art

The deadline for the Mola Challenge is November 15. This was a challenge by Pat Pauly to our RAFA group. We all own numerous molas which we have purchased from Priscilla Kibbee. We were to pick one of our favorites and make a quilt inspired by some aspect of the mola. Pat actually found someone from outside who will act as a judge. The prize will be a mola!! A dinner (which I can't attend) will follow up to celebrate the completion. I figure everyone is pretty much finished by now so letting…

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I need to get some class samples done for a Mola class I am leading next month: You can follow along while I create the horse: Molas consist of layers... Authentic Molas use the reverse appliqué method... In this 3 hour class we will use the fusible appliqué method This technique involves filling all the available space The horse shape is filled in... now to fill in the background area I am working with pre-fused fabrics and placing them on black felt I decided to use up the scrap fabrics…

Eisley Anderson