Hand embroidered, felted and indigo dyed fiber art lobster. Made out of hand dyed Merino Wool, Tussah silk, silk threats and embroidery yarn



This project is best described as fiber art, although there was also a lot of drawing and old fashioned craftsmanship involved. I used the technique of Indigo dying for the background. After that I felted the wool with some silk threads and hand embroidered the illustration on it.

The embroidery took some weeks to finish, because I really wanted to 'paint with thread' sometimes using one thread, and on other parts 3 or more, so the texture would vary like in oil paintings.

The final result is a very detailed image which gives the viewer a lot to discover.

Of course you'll get it framed, as shown on the pictures.

SjoRs! :-D stands for high quality, new, unique, hand made items for a reasonable price. If you have any questions at all don't hesitate to ask!

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14 days cooling off period

We will grant you 14 days to judge if your purchase is satisfactory. Within this period you can return the product. You can take a close look at the product just like you would do in a shop and test if it lives up to your expectations. If you have your doubts whether you can still change your product then please contact us on etsy@e-liza.nl

If you are not all satisfied with the product then please return it to us in the original packing and unused. You can read below how to handle. We will refund your money including the original delivery costs within 14 days. You only have to pay yourself for the return shipment.


Did you know....

- I am a trained graphic designer and a registered community mental health nurse. I combine my knowledge and experience to make beautifull, happy items.

- Every item I sell is hand made by myself. Thats why I can guarantee every item is unique and made with love and attention to details.

Frequently Asked Questions

I love your art yarns, but what can I do with it?

Art yarn can be used in lots of different ways. You can use it to create a stunning detail in a larger knitting/crochet/weaving/fiber art project. Or you can use it for smaller projects like a necklace or scarf. I recommend to search for art yarn projects on Ravelry and Pinterest for inspiration. But be careful, once you’ve tried hand spun yarn, you’ll be hooked! :-)