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Mola One  collection

Mola art originated in Panama by the Kuna Indian women. Before missionaries settled in the region, Kuna women painted themselves with colorful geometric shapes. This later developed into reverse appliqued panels that were made into blouses. Mola comes from the word for clothes in their native language.

I used mostly satin stitches to represent the reverse applique. Blending of geometric and animal shapes  in vibrant colors makes these creations fun and exciting.

 

There are 10 different designs

 

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These machine embroidery designs available in DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP formats.

Will fit 120x115mm hoops

Scroll through the slides below to view each design.

Mola 1 Collection Design mola1
Mola 1 Collection Design mola1

Satin Stitches 1 Size: 119.8mm x 95.8mm Stitches: 22807

Mola 1 Collection Design mola2
Mola 1 Collection Design mola2

Satin Stitches 1 Size: 118.6mm x 81.2mm Stitches: 22267

Mola 1 Collection Design mola10
Mola 1 Collection Design mola10

Satin Stitches 1 Size: 111.0mm x 72.4mm Stitches: 17494

Mola 1 Collection Design mola1
Mola 1 Collection Design mola1

Satin Stitches 1 Size: 119.8mm x 95.8mm Stitches: 22807

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Mola 1 Collection -

10 Designs 

$10.00 All purchases in US Dollars