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The word “mola” has several meanings for the Kuni people of Panama. It can be used to mean “cloth,” or refer to a garment. It is also used to describe colorful handmade textiles that decorate women’s clothing. Primarily made by women, these textiles’ distinct designs are achieved with intricate stitching and applique, often featuring geometric patterns, birds, flowers, animals and cultural motifs.

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