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Mexican Patterns

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Gladys Chaidez

on 9 March 2015

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Mexican Patterns
In addition to flowers the designs include plants, animals such as squirrels, rabbits, deer, armadillos, doves, hummingbirds, pelicans, seagulls and fish.
is a traditional Mexican dance which is a melting of many cultures that came together in Mexico.
Mexican culture uses colorful motifs for traditional dresses and blouses, some areas in Mexico still use this type of clothing on a regular basis, they are also used as costumes of folklorico dancers.
Lets look at some other Mexican Patterns
Why do you think they wear this type of clothing for dance?
Mexican Tiles
Now you will make your own pattern inspired my Mexican Folk Art
Mexico is considered to be a colorful country, and it has become a melting pot of cultures. You can see the influence of other countries through Mexico's Folk Art, which includes Music, Dance, Ceramics, fabric embroidery, among other things.
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