Cool Sushi Coasters – Free Crochet Pattern

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I am a sushi nut. I love the freshness and the flavor. Lots of protein. So healthy too.

Although, sushi will soon be a thing of the past for me. IF  a recently  PASSED LAW in the US is not stopped by YOU, my American readers, right now: the law that allows GMO salmon to be sold unlabeled to our fresh fish restaurants and supermarkets.

sushi coasters free crochet patterns

Once a particular type of food, such as salmon, is produced modified and is mixed with God’s food, there is NO turning back!!!SOONER OR LATER, all food in that food group will become modified. Wild Atlantic salmon will be a thing of the past, FOREVER.

Ahum, OK. That’s my sense of the crisis in the situation. Let me put it simple and more constructively: please take action now: https://fooddemocracynow.org/. Please stop this and other future GMO FOOD DISASTERS, that could so easily be avoided. Say NO to GMO. That’s all there is to it.  Thank you for taking action to preserve pure food for our and future generations.

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OK. This post is about a crochet pattern. Yes it is. Just to remind me then of that food I once loved so much, here are some sushi coasters and a free crochet pattern to make them. This is an easy-peasy crochet projects for which you need 6 colors of mercerised cotton yarn. Great to use up some leftover yarn. A set of 6 makes a wonderful housewarming, hostess or Christmas gift for that special person who appreciate handmade presents and loves California rolls.

Free Crochet Pattern for Sushi Rolls

The California Roll Coasters
Each coaster is approximately 4″ across.
Make 4 for a set, or if you’re really feeling generous 6 or 8 for a really cool gift.

Supplies:
Loops & Threads
Snuggly Wuggly baby sport
Color 01512 Perfect Peach

Red Heart Soft
Tangerine

Loops & Threads
Impeccable
Color 01223 Grass
Color 01243 Forest
Color 01005 White

Red Heart Soft
Dark Leaf

Size G hook

Instructions:

Crab
Using Perfect Peach chain 4.
R1: Sc in second ch from hook, sc in each ch, ch 1, turn. (3 st)
R2-3: sc in each st across, ch 1, turn. (3 st)
R4: sc in each st across, switch to Tangerine, ch 1. (3 st)
R5: 2 sc in corner, 2 sc down side, 3 sc in corner, 1 sc across bottom, 3 sc in corner, 2 sc along side,  3 sc in corner, 1 sc across top, 1 sc in first corner, sl st to first sc of round. (18 st)
Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Avocado
R1: Using Grass, pick up and sc 5 st along side of crab piece, ch 1, turn.
R2: 5 sc, switch to Forest, ch 1, turn.
R3: 5 sc.
Fasten off, weave in ends.

Rice and Nori
R1: Using White, pick up and sc 31 st around edge of crab/avocado piece, making sure to put 3 sc in each corner, and sl st to join round. (31 st)
R2: ch 1, (2 sc in next sc, 2 sc) 10 times, sc,  sl st to first sc to join round. (41 st)
R3: ch 1, sc in each st,  sl st to first sc to join round, switch to Dark Leaf. (41 sc)
R4: ch 1, (2 sc in next sc, 3 sc) 10 times, sc,  sl st to first sc to join round. (51 st)
Fasten off. Weave in ends.

The California Roll Scarf
Approximate length 66″ long
Follow instructions for The California Roll Coasters and make 16 coasters.  Using Dark Leaf yarn, sew coasters together right sides facing up, matching stitches along the edge.  I used a whip stitch, matching the edge of 8 stitches, to sew mine together.

Full credit for photo and free crochet pattern goes to  Jaime from CrochetDynamite.com  (blog no longer existing).

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