Sushi Roll Scarf

from Susan Carlson

Sushi Roll Scarf Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Complete basic crochet stitches: ch, sl st, dc
  • Read a crochet pattern in standard US terms

Pattern Description:

It's a sushi roll. It's a scarf. It's colorful, unique and good for conversation.

Skill Level: Easy

The pattern includes:
~complete instructions for making your own sushi roll scarf
~details for how to felt your scarf
~instructions for adjusting the length of your scarf without losing the sushi roll appearance
~BONUS: simple instructions for crocheting and felting a fortune cookie or two

Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.

Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at for the pattern.

Keep in the "Button" loop: (Blog)


Gauge is not critical to this process as dimensions vary due to felting.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 3/4 inches (9.5cm) wide and 70 inches (177.8cm) long but pattern includes instructions for altering the length and maintaining the "sushi roll" appearance


  • Feltable wool (100% worsted weight--4)
  • H (5mm) hook

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn needle
  • Small amount of soap
  • Laundry bag (preferred--for felting)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Paton's Classic Wool or any feltable wool (preferably at least 80% wool content for good felting)


Black, Petal Pink, Burnt Orange, Leaf Green,

About Designer

About Designer

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Susan Carlson
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Salt Lake City, UT USA
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Cheerful, Creative, Crocheter and Collector of all things Colorful describes me to a C--er, I mean a T. My sweet, left-handed granny taught me (a righty) to crochet when I was but a youngster. My first project was a hideously long scarf for my dad. It seems I just didn't know when to stop--something my teachers told me in school, too! Although crochet and other craftiness have always been part of ...

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