I have needle turned all the 'Florida Blue' batik and the leaf patterned batik, also from Floria, is visible.
There's a bit of purplish batik ('pasta' remnants from Trinity Green!) at the ground and a triangle of yellow sticking out.
Mola - Snippets of Interest
The Cuna Indians of San Blas Islands believe in a life after death. Cuna women who make beautiful Molas are ensured a place in a special house in heaven.
(Source: Eva Köhlmark - Broderiboken)
Traditional Mola motifs often feature mirrored images, this tradition originates in the belief that everything comes in pairs, is the same and yet different, e.g. left and right, man and woman...
(Source: Elizabeth Healey - Stitch, Fabric & Thread (which is an excellent book))
I used the outline of the oak leaf and acorn that was my homework for the Du Vos Stitch
and filled it with straight stitches and French Knots.
It was then mounted on a piece of cardboard and inserted into a window card, and is now winging its way to a friend's birthday celebration.