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Ebi Pillow by Mekurakumo Ebi Pillow by Mekurakumo
I finally got around to making this style pillow. I offer the ebi in plush form too (extremely popular). I love how the stitch detailing on the tail turned out. It is for sale through my site at [link] for $25USD.
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:icondaughteroffenris:
DaughterofFenris Feb 17, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Adorable!
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:icontsukigokim:
Browsing, I thought it was a plushie (small little felt thing = plushie to me), and I wondered why anyone would make a sushi plushie.... but when I took a closer look and read that it's a pillow.... >.> I want it now, lol. It looks cushy... and that's really inventive (and i sound like a hypocrite since I originalyl thuoght it was a small felt thing ^^UU). Bravo on the great job.
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:iconmekurakumo:
hahahahaha no problem. I decided to make sushi plush and pillow for those people who can't afford to spent $75 to $200 for one of my dolls. That way...everyone is happy.
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kellin Oct 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
That's awesome! I agree that the tail looks fantastic at the end.

Mmmm...squishy Sushi.
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:iconmekurakumo:
yep...just plain ol felt for the tail. I make them out of fleece and felt because that way they can be soft and cuddly. Also...it's not hard to find those exact materials year round.
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BabyLondonStar Oct 27, 2005  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The fabrics you've used make it look so realistic, I'd love to see it in person (should buy one then silly me)
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:iconmekurakumo:
You'd probably laugh. This ebi pillow is made of fleece and the tail is felt. yep.....plain jane fabrics. Now the dolls on the other hand, are decorators fabrics. I get a lot of scraps from my workshop and use them of dolls. Those fabrics run $25 to $200 per yard.
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BabyLondonStar Oct 27, 2005  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The tail is felt? It looks kind of shiny :) I can imagine the fleece looking "meaty"
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taeliac Oct 24, 2005  Professional Artisan Crafter
Holy wow, you have been working your butt off! You never ceace to floor me ^___^

Looks yummy.
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