How to Crochet a Sushi Toilet Paper Roll Cover

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Toilet paper cozies are a cute way to camouflage that extra roll while still keeping it handy when it's needed. For sushi fans, the makizushi roll brings a new twist to the traditional toilet paper cozy. And this pattern is so quick and easy, you can whip one up in one sitting. The following pattern uses common crochet abbreviations and is worked in continuous rounds. See "References" section for a link to a website that provides definitions for common crochet abbreviations.

Things You'll Need

  • 3 ounces white worsted weight or rug yarn
  • 3 ounces black worsted weight or rug yarn
  • Scraps of green, orange and yellow yarn
  • Size G crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
  • 1 new roll bath tissue (to use for a fitting guide)

Rice

  • Row 1: With white yarn, ch 2 and sl st to form a ring. Make 8 sc sts in ring.

  • Row 2: Ch 1, sc in same st; 2 sc in each st around.

  • Row 3: Sc in next st; 2 sc in next st around.

  • Row 4: Sc in next 2 sts; 2 sc in next st around.

  • Row 5: Sc in next 3 sts; 2 sc in next st around.

  • Row 6: Sc in next 4 sts, 2 sc in next st around.

  • Row 7: Sc in next 5 sts; 2 sc in next st around.

  • Row 8: Sc in next 6 sts, 2 sc in next st around. Check size by putting the piece you have just made on top of the toilet paper roll. If your piece reaches the edge of the roll all the way around, continue to Row 9. If not, repeat row 8, except you should "sc in next 7 sts," rather than "sc in next 6 sts."

Nori (Seaweed Wrap) and Fillings

  • Row 9: Change to black yarn; sc in back loop around.

  • Row 10: Working in both loops, sc crochet around until piece measures approx. 5 inches, or completely covers toilet paper roll. Finish off.

  • Fillings: Using yarn needle and scrap yarns, embroider fillings onto top center of sushi roll.

References

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