I Love Sushi Quilt

from Artisania

I Love Sushi Quilt Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing with a sewing machine
  • Paper piecing

Pattern Description:

This 20 page PDF e-pattern includes all sewing templates, basic paper piecing instructions, full quilt construction directions, some embroidery and applique technique, links to online tutorials, and much much more!

The first 10 pages of the PDF print out as a handy instruction booklet!

This is a super fun pattern to sew and makes an amazing baby quilt, small lap quilt, or yummy wall hanging.

The pattern was developed with beginners in mind, and is rated moderate for novice quilters.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 37" x 43"


  • scissors
  • seam ripper
  • iron, ironing board
  • rotary cutter
  • cutting mat
  • quilt ruler

You Will Also Need:

  • thread
  • 1 yard of background fabric
  • Ten 6" x 6" fabric scraps for: sushi, seaweed, sesame seeds for California roll tea cup, teapot handle, and chopsticks
  • Four 12" x 12" fabric scraps for: rice, sushi trays, rice bowl and teapot
  • 11 strips of 3.5" x 14" patchwork border prints, or 1/2 yard for wide border fabric.
  • 1/2 yard of inner/outer border fabric.
  • 1 1/2 yards of backing/hanging sleeve fabric
  • 1 1/4 yards of batting
  • 1/2 yard co-ordinating fabric for binding/facing
  • 1 skein of black embroidery floss
  • optional: fusible web or 2 buttons for the sushi rolls

About Designer

About Designer

Artisania on craftsy.com

Hi! Thanks so much for popping in! I"m Sonja Callaghan, and I'm a pattern designer from Vancouver, BC. I'm just having a ball creating fun and quirky patterns for you to play with.

I have several more block and project patterns in the works so check back often!

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