Fumiko Nakayama (possibly channeling Jane Sassaman )
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Working on a mola -- notice her leggings! Those are not fabric, but instead long strands of beads called "wini" -- strung in complex sequences that will result in vertical geometric patterns when spiraled up the leg or arm. (For the patterning to line up,
Painter Fukimo Nakayama and his 'paintings' using mola applique technique Note detail in the base layer fabric: color shifts in the swirls and what that adds to the work
Complete mola - with step by step instructions. Mola is a traditional form of reverse applique worked by the Kuna Indians of the San Blas Islands off the coast of Panama.