Helix Snail in Rose
This little helix atrolabiata snail was documented by Wilhelm Kobelt in Russia in 1903, and appeared in his book 'Systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet' in 1906. No one has seen once since, so it’s suspected that Wilhelm misidentified the little gastropod. Show your love for snails with one cut from paper and hand embroidered, ready to frame and hang on your wall. .
The snail is 4.75 inches wide, stitched by hand on 5x7 inch 100% cotton watercolour paper, which means that it will pop right into any commercial frame in that size, and be ready to hang on your wall.
Materials: Japanese katazome paper, glass beads, and cotton floss on cotton paper.