Points You are going to Need to have:
a roll of toilet paper (for sizing)
a size four.25mm hook
worsted wieght yarn in black, white, and a tiny bit of whatever colours you have for the sushi filling
With WHITE ch three, sl st in first ch to join.
Row 1: Ch 1 (counts as very first sc), 7 sc in center. Join to ch 1 with sl st. (eight sc)
Row two: Ch 1 (counts as first sc), sc in very same sp as joining, *skip sc, sc in following sc*, repeat ** around (12 sc)
Row three: Repeat Row 2 (18 sc)
Row four: Ch 1 (counts as 1st sc), sc in identical sp as joining, *skip sc, two sc in following sc*, repeat ** all around (24 sc)
Rows 5-eight: Repeat Row four, you ought to have 78 sc at the end of row eight. Do not join, fasten off white.
This fit the leading of the roll I was useing. If you want to make it bigger, preserve repeating Row 4 untill the desired length is reached.
With your scrap colors and any hook size of your picking, crochet along the prime of the circle you just created. I free-formed the sushi ‘filling’ from the center out, and just tried to make it search like sushi.
Join with BLACK exactly where you ended Row 8. Sc in each sc around. Do not join, carry on to sc in the round untill you have completed 20 rows, or as numerous is necessary to cover the sides of your roll.
Sl st along the final row of sc created and fasten off. Weave in all ends. Cover your toilet paper roll, and show it off!
Suggestions & Warnings
It did not take very much yarn to operate this up, good way to clear out your stash!
This pattern is completely custimizable: merely add or subtract rows to match how you need to have it to.
If you are a fast crocheter, you could whip this up in an afternoon!
Although gauge is not actually that critical forthis project, make confident you have a roll that you are fitting it too. It would be awful to have it all performed and made only to realize it does not fit!
This is my own pattern is not tested by any person but myself… if somebody would like to, that would be great!