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Description

Includes instructions for 16 sushi pieces:

Cucumber Roll
Futomaki
Inside-out Roll
Battleship Roll
Tuna Nigiri
Salmon Nigiri
Egg Nigiri
Clam Nigiri
Eel Nigiri
Crab Stick Nigiri
Shrimp Nigiri
Octopus Nigiri
Ginger
Wasabi
Inari
Decorative Grass



This is knitting pattern suitable for intermediate to experienced knitters, and involves the following techniques:


* Making I-cord
* Working in the round
* Increases (yo and M 1) and Decreases (k 2 tog and slip 1, k 1, psso)
* Magic Cast-On (a how-to for this technique is included with the pattern, along with directions for replacing it with easier techniques if desired)
* Kitchener Stitch (suggested, but not required)
* Basic color work (Shrimp Nigiri pattern only)-- suitable for working stranded, or with duplicate stitches


For reference, the plate in the photo measures about 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches. Most individual sushi pieces are about 1.75" to 2.5" across.


This pattern is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. In short, this means that you *ARE* allowed to make and sell items made from this pattern, or other derivative works, so long as you give me credit for the original design, and make your own work available under the same terms.

This pattern is written in English and all needle sizes, abbreviations, etc. are American. Contains 23 fully-illustrated pages.

A download link for the pattern PDF file will be made available to you within 24 hours of receiving payment. File size is about 6.1 MB. Please make sure that the email address that you have listed with your Etsy account is accurate to ensure that your pattern arrives promptly.



Yarn Suggestions:

Any worsted weight yarn should work for these projects, but here are the colors used in the example photos:

Cucumber Roll:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Futomaki:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green
Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Inside-out Roll:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Battleship Roll:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green

Tuna Nigiri:

Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Salmon Nigiri:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Egg Nigiri:

Yellow: Patons Classic Wool: Old Gold
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Clam Nigiri:

White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather

Eel Nigiri:

Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
Brown: Patons Classic Wool: Natural Mix
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Crab Stick Nigiri:

White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather

Shrimp Nigiri:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Octopus Nigiri:

Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Inari:

Brown: Patons Classic Wool: Natural Mix

Ginger:

Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather

Wasabi:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green

Decorative Grass:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green


Additional Materials:

* US Size 6 Double Pointed Needles
* Stuffing
* Needle + Thread and/or Felting Needles (for attaching finished pieces to one another)
* Tapestry Needle (for weaving in yarn ends)
* Scissors
Includes instructions for 16 sushi pieces:

Cucumber Roll
Futomaki
Inside-out Roll
Battleship Roll
Tuna Nigiri
Salmon Nigiri
Egg Nigiri
Clam Nigiri
Eel Nigiri
Crab Stick Nigiri
Shrimp Nigiri
Octopus Nigiri
Ginger
Wasabi
Inari
Decorative Grass



This is knitting pattern suitable for intermediate to experienced knitters, and involves the following techniques:


* Making I-cord
* Working in the round
* Increases (yo and M 1) and Decreases (k 2 tog and slip 1, k 1, psso)
* Magic Cast-On (a how-to for this technique is included with the pattern, along with directions for replacing it with easier techniques if desired)
* Kitchener Stitch (suggested, but not required)
* Basic color work (Shrimp Nigiri pattern only)-- suitable for working stranded, or with duplicate stitches


For reference, the plate in the photo measures about 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches. Most individual sushi pieces are about 1.75" to 2.5" across.


This pattern is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. In short, this means that you *ARE* allowed to make and sell items made from this pattern, or other derivative works, so long as you give me credit for the original design, and make your own work available under the same terms.

This pattern is written in English and all needle sizes, abbreviations, etc. are American. Contains 23 fully-illustrated pages.

A download link for the pattern PDF file will be made available to you within 24 hours of receiving payment. File size is about 6.1 MB. Please make sure that the email address that you have listed with your Etsy account is accurate to ensure that your pattern arrives promptly.



Yarn Suggestions:

Any worsted weight yarn should work for these projects, but here are the colors used in the example photos:

Cucumber Roll:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Futomaki:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green
Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Inside-out Roll:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Battleship Roll:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green

Tuna Nigiri:

Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Salmon Nigiri:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Egg Nigiri:

Yellow: Patons Classic Wool: Old Gold
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Clam Nigiri:

White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather

Eel Nigiri:

Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
Brown: Patons Classic Wool: Natural Mix
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Crab Stick Nigiri:

White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather

Shrimp Nigiri:

Orange: Patons Classic Wool: Paprika
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White

Octopus Nigiri:

Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather
White: Patons Classic Wool: Winter White
Maroon: Patons Classic Wool:
Cognac Heather
Black: Patons Classic Wool: Black

Inari:

Brown: Patons Classic Wool: Natural Mix

Ginger:

Pink: Patons Classic Wool:
Woodrose Heather

Wasabi:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green

Decorative Grass:

Green: Patons Classic Wool: Leaf Green


Additional Materials:

* US Size 6 Double Pointed Needles
* Stuffing
* Needle + Thread and/or Felting Needles (for attaching finished pieces to one another)
* Tapestry Needle (for weaving in yarn ends)
* Scissors

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Custom Orders:

I am happy to take custom orders. Feel free to contact me with your ideas and we can discuss options. Please know in advance that my policy is not to make items from trademarked characters (Hello Kitty, Disney princesses, etc.), or to make direct copies of others' work.


Trades:

Trades are fun! However, my house is also quite full, so, I usually only accept trades for consumable items (yarn, spinning fiber, soap, food, etc.)


Buying for children:

Many of my items contain small or breakable pieces, and as such, are not safe for very young children (particularly those under the age of 3)
Please feel free to contact me with questions and comments about age-appropriate toys.


Help with Patterns:

I do post the odd mini-tutorial and clarification here:
http://needlenoodles.com/home/?q=taxonomy/term/5

or, contact me via Etsy convo.


Splitting Patterns:

I do not break up patterns containing multiple projects into cheaper single-project patterns. The rationale is that, once the labor cost of re-doing page layout is taken into consideration, the price of an individually customized pattern would be greater than that of the original pattern set.


Other Sellers Selling Items Made From My Patterns:

I am generally okay with individual crafters making use of my patterns in items that they sell. However, I do ask that they give credit to me for the design. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

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