Sushi Zushi

The first series of miniature handmade felt sculptures of sushi - various nigirizushi (riceballs) and makizushi (rice rolls) - transformed into seamless pattern design. Nigiri has raw fish meat place on top of riceballs. Onigiri refers to white rice formed into triangular or cylindrical shapes and often wrapped in a piece of black dried seaweed called nori. Hosomaki is a riceball with fillings in the middle, thinly wrapped with black dried seaweed. Futomaki is a thick rice roll with cucumbers, egg omelette, and crabstick. Uramaki refers to reverse rice roll, with a piece of dried seedweed wrapping the fillings before covered with rice on the outer layer. Temaki is a single large, cone-shaped piece of black dried seaweed on the outside, with a variety of ingredients.