Original hand-embroidered coaster - spider & net - handmade, only one! Size: 11.5CMX11.5CM (including tassel), manual measurement, error within 2CM. **Note: There is still a white manuscript imprint near the tassel. Because the small salt is very fond of this trace of production, it is not willing to completely remove it, mind carefully!** Black cloth, what is the embroidery? What comes to my eyes is the continuous network of wires. It is an ugly figure that is busy... Well, how can my protagonist be ugly and gorgeous! - It's a little impulsive, so some friends call it "crab"! Uh... then, please come and love this crab spider! https://a-ssl.duitang.com/uploads/item/201801/23/20180123170122_Ry3SP.jpeg The following is transferred from the network: From the book of naturalist Wilson: "On August 27, 1883, the volcanic eruption on Clark Island not only killed 30,000 people, but also killed all the creatures on the island. It also caused a series of tsunami in the world... After nine months, a French expedition Going to the island to search for any signs of life, as a result, on the entire desolate island, only a small and very small spider was found, just one of them, we are weaving the net..." Wilson said that the little spider was on the island by the wind. Then, Wilson asked a question: "I really don't know what it is going to sculpt that spider web. What is it going to catch? It's just one on the island." Of course, the island of Clarke gradually recovered. The sea rushed up the shrimp and crab, and the birds in the sky survived. No one knows if the little spider could survive until then. I simulated the feeling that it had weaved the cobweb alone, but could not wait for a while. “Is the first in this world? Or the last one in the world?” I imagined that the little cobweb that fluttered in the wind, so brave, so ridiculous, so overbearing, so empty. This little spider is really enough for Don Quixote.