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Sushi Roll Pom-Poms
In the Designer's Words: "When you move to a new neighborhood and can't stop dreaming about the sushi joint in your OLD neighborhood, you sometimes obsess over sushi rolls until you start seeing them in your craft supplies. Then you grab some yarn, felt, fabric glue, pom-pom makers, rubber bands, and scissors, and make a batch of pom-poms that look like salmon, avocado and cucumber rolls, and tuna rolls. This project is a great way to use scraps of yarn, and makes an adorable gift-topper. Making pom-poms wrapped in "nori" felt strips is probably faster than making real sushi, but it sure leaves your tummy growling. This is a great project for any age, and a fun way to use scrap yarn!"
Unexpected ideas have never been cuter than this DIY craft to make faux sushi. Created out of poms and scrap fabric, the adorable Sushi Roll Pom-Poms can be made out of items for your stash, making them completely budget-friendly. Once you create these cuties, you can display them as a charming knick knack or even give them to your kids to play with. Tea parties with dolls are so passé, especially when you can serve them sushi.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Project TypeMake a Project
- Caron medium weight yarn in white
- Bernat Softee Chunky yarn in Berry red
- Large pom-pom makers
- Sharp Scissors
- Rubber bands
- Black wool felt
- Scrap yarn in lime green
- Scrap yarn in lime salmon
- Scrap yarn in forrest green
- Aileens Fabric Fusion fabric glue
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May 29, 2018
Pom poms have never looked this good. I just discovered the simplest and fastest way to make them but I lack the creative ways to use them but after going through this blog I'm definitely making this. I've never lived close to a sushi joint so this will serve as a reminder.
Mar 20, 2017
Cutest craft idea EVER. Now, no matter where I, I will be able to remind myself that at one point in my life I was lucky enough to live within walking distance to TWO sushi places. This craft will help me with the coping process.
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