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Learn How To Make Sushi Towels

I saw something like this online a few years back and thought it would be so much fun to make.  I found the towels I needed at the Dollar Tree, so they didn’t cost a lot, for sure.  I figured that these would be fun to make!!  I’m one who loves sushi, and have for a long time.  Seeing these just automatically puts me in the place of looking for my chopsticks and trying to mix my soy sauce and wasabi together in the perfect way!! 🙂

These would be perfect to give as a hostess gift to someone who enjoys this cuisine, or as a White Elephant gift at any party!!  They are easy to make and look wonderful when done!!  What do you think of them – do you have someone that would like to have them in their house?  Let me know in the comments below.

I hope you like it!! Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on, and share this craft on your social media channels – thanks!!


Learn How To Make Sushi Towels

Materials/Tools Used:

  • Kitchen/Hand Towels (Multiple Colors)
  • Rubber Bands
  • & Time!

Instructions:

I started by putting my kitchen towels down on the floor, completely folded out and each color next to each other.  The colors will go from left to right on how you want the piece to finish.  The color on the far right, will be the center.

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Next, I folded each of them in half, being sure that the folded side was facing me.

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After that, I folded it again, to make it even thinner.

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Now, I began rolling the piece from the right side (which will be the center), making sure to keep it very tight.sushi

As I was rolling it up, I made sure to keep all of the pieces on one side very even.  You’ll have some sticking out on the back, but when you display it, it won’t be seen.

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Once it was finished, I wrapped a rubber band around the center.  The rubber band should be a bit small, so that it hides itself a bit when it pulls in.  You can always get one that is the right color, or use some thread and knot it around…I just took the easy route. 🙂

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After that, I used my fingers to spread out the pieces a bit to make it a little more detailed.  You can fold pieces under, move them around, whatever you need.

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Once you have however many you want done, you can just display them wherever you wish, or like I said, give them as a gift to someone who loves sushi!!

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I hope you like it!  Please take a minute to leave me a comment, and let me know what you would do different, or what you would add, etc.  Be sure to tweet, pin, share, etc. – thank you!!

 


“Whoever digs a pit will fall into it, And he who rolls a stone will have it roll back on him.” -Proverbs 26:27


 

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This turned out so cute!! And yes they would make great gifts…I’m thinking housewarming! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday! Pinned!

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Rhonda Gales
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I love your towels. This would be a great gift for the Sushi lover along with a pair of chop sticks and a gift certificate to their favorite Sushi place. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best linkup. Looking forward to see more from you.

Stella Lee@ Purfylle
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This is so clever! It would look great in a guest room.

Lisa Rios
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My mom does such wonderful Diy works at home & when I see such creative works here it brings back those memories of how I used to admire her creativity. These Sushi towels looks gorgeous, colorful & have a great finish with high quality materials used all around.

DANA VENTO
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This is it the best DIY I have seen a long time, it is perfect for food lovin’ sushi addicts and it truly would compliment any bathroom if you follow the colors. THANKS For this idea, I will have to try it!

Bernadyn
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I love sushi, too and now have to make these! They would make nice gifts. You could put them on a platter to gift, as well. 🙂

Virginia
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How fun! Perfect for when guests come over!

Dogvills
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How creative! I never would have thought of that. This is a perfect gift idea.

HilLesha
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I don’t get into sushi since I’m a vegetarian. However, I must admit that these sushi towels are adorable. This would be perfect for any sushi lover!

Mhar Sefcik
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Really cool idea. It’s gonna be one option for our next party in the future. 🙂

Trisha Haas
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What a totally fun idea! We dont have any guest bathrooms but I love this idea if I wanted to surprise someone or stage a house!

rachel
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Ha! I love it. What a fun way to wrap your towels. Colorful and looks like sushi! Neat! 🙂

Marya
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Marya

That is so fun! I’ve never seen anything like it before! 🙂

Jennifer H
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Such a cute and easy way to add something different to a space. Great idea.

Ellen Christian
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What a fun idea! That definitely would make a cute gift.

Carlee C
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This is very cute and colorful. This would be perfect for even an Asian themed kitchen or bedroom

Elizabeth O.
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Elizabeth O.

Seems easy enough. Hehe. Thanks for the visual instructions. I love it, so adorable!

Toughcookiemommy
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This is such a cute decorative idea. I love that they are so easy to make and to display.

Liz Mays
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Oh this is the coolest idea ever. I’d love to try using some of these as themed decor.

Jennifer Miller
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What a cute idea.. I will have to try this sometime real soon.

Kelly R
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Kelly R

I love this idea. I think it is really neat idea and the towels actually look like Sushi!

Elizabeth @ Being MVP
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What a fun idea! Great to do in the guest bathroom or in the kids bathroom!

tara pittman
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These are cool looking. I need to make some for my bathroom.