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Laamissa
« on: April 10, 2004 03:07:58 PM »

Does anyone know any patterns for crocheted sushi now that getcrafty.com is no longer up??
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Jason
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2004 12:12:18 PM »

Does anyone know any patterns for crocheted sushi now that getcrafty.com is no longer up??

were these instructions posted on the old glitter boards? if so, you can still access them here:
http://discuss.gromco.com/mwforum/board_show.pl?id=2&pg=1
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Laamissa
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2004 03:39:32 PM »

Thanks Jason! Ill poke around on there...cheers ~M
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Laamissa
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2004 11:00:23 AM »

I still cant find it on that link...i did a search and everything...Jason...If your out there...could you help lil ol me again? Embarrassed ~M
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hinke
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2004 05:16:21 PM »

Laamissa, i found you a way to get to the getcrafty pages. Just go to http://web.archive.org/collections/web.html, type in getcrafty.com and you'll find the Crocheting Sushi article. It's no pattern as you suggested, but an interview with the designer. Here you are:

http://web.archive.org/web/20011019032938/www.getcrafty.com/read/craft/features/sushi/index.html

Hope the pics inspire you to make your own crocheted sushi - i think they're great, it's one of my favourites in crochet!


 
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rowan
« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2004 11:35:46 AM »

Soo, Does anyone Have the crochet sushi pattern or instructions? I believe it once existed on the glitter boards. I remember a thread  way back but then I didn't know how to knit. If there is a crochet pattern I can translate it to knitting pattern.
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rowan
« Reply #6 on: April 25, 2004 08:44:19 AM »

wow,  I was actually looking for the tp roll cover pattern. Thanks beeosh.
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meexie
« Reply #7 on: April 27, 2004 03:00:33 PM »

The tp cover pattern is going to be published in Crochet Me sometime this week.  I never posted a detailed pattern for it on GetCrafty (or at least I don't think I did...), but I did post photos in the Shiny Crafty People albums.

It's a combination crochet/knit pattern.  The Crochet Me pattern will have instructions for entirely crocheted and partially crocheted; if anyone is looking for entirely knitted, PM me and I'll send you instructions.  

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lilah r
« Reply #8 on: July 13, 2004 02:36:42 AM »

Sorry to dredge up old threads, but I was TRAUMATIZED by the loss of the skull pattern, as I had been specifically improving my crocheting skills merely to make this one craft.  So maybe this will be useful to somebody...

http://web.archive.org/web/20030605131943/http://www.getcrafty.com/store/skull.html

The pattern is there, and I will copy & paste, just to make sure it's not lost.

"(For personal use only)
               
Materials: yarn and crochet hook, plus some watered down glue.
               
Note: I let the size of the stitch dictate the size of the teeth,
which then dictates the size of the skull. So do a test and see how big your
skull will need to be for the teeth to look good.
               
Start at the top of the head and work your way down                           
 Begin by making a round bowl shape (think of this as a little skull cap)
                     
                                     
When you get to location for eyes chain approx 10 and attach
approx 4 stiches over. For the second eye do the same (chain
10 and attach 4 stiches over.) Continue around the bowl attaching
the eye chains as you go.
                     
                   
When you are at the edge of where you want the nose to be
chain 6 attaching chain to where the far side of nose should
go. Continue around bowl.
                     
                   
Once back around to the front make upper teeth, chain 2
or 3 and attach to base of chain. Slip stitch between teeth.
                     
                   
 Taper bowl in and where you want jaw bone to go chain approximately
22 stitches. Attach end of chain to where you want other side
of jawbone to go. Slip stitch across jawbone, skipping a stich
where you want to make an angle and do lower teeth same as
upper teeth.
                     
                   
Close off bottom of bowl to make it a skulll shaped sphere.
Sew in a single piece of yarn in the nose cavity to seperate
nostrils
                     
                       
Stuff the skull into the shape you like and using a paint brush
coat it with some watered down white glue (elmers/sobo).
                     
               
Once dry pull out stuffing "
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