Friday, July 3, 2015

A Bunch Of FREE Dice Bag Patterns I Found On The Internet


I've been in the market for some dice bags and subsequently, dice bag patterns. I never buy anything I can make and who doesn't love free patterns? I perused the Interwebs, looking for a plain, generic crochet pattern so I could whip up some quick bags. I found many. Like, a lot. There's no shortage of dice bag patterns out there in the tubes. They're in all shapes and sizes, so I rounded up my five favorites to share.

Your Basic Crochet Dice Bags

As if made to satisfy my exact query, I found the Basic Crochet Dice Bag by Jedi Meg Knits On (left). This was exactly what I was looking for. Exactly. It would also be super easy to work a tapestry crochet chart into it. Maybe I'll make a couple charts next week - also to share with the mighty Interwebs - if I'm feeling friendly.

And for a smaller dice bag there's the Crochet Mini Dice Bag from Geek's Dream Girl (right). I have a lot of dice though.


Your Less Basic Dice Bags

Then I stumbled upon the Dragon Egg Dice Bag by Cindy De Vries on Ravelry. Oh, the glorious crocodile stitch. I'm going to make one of these for sure even though it isn't a plain bag because I do love dragon eggs. And dragons. And omelettes.

If you want an ancient deity to protect your dice there's the Cthulhu Dice Bag from Gaming Mommies as well. This would look equal parts hilarious and menacing in a jovial color such as purple, imo. This pattern has vanished from the internet. I guess Cthulhu descended back into the nether and no longer wants to hold your dice.

And A Knit Dice Bag For Good Measure

I wanted crochet patterns because I crochet marginally faster than I knit, but then I saw this wonderful creation - Fibonacci's Dice Bag by Alien Booknose. This is amazing. Stunning! Beautiful! Plus I'm a sucker for Fibonacci and his sequence.

All of these pictures here belong to their respective owners, of course. I'll share pictures of the bags I make when I get around to actually making them.





2 comments:

  1. The Cthulhu Dice Bag page has turned into something else and the pattern isn't there anymore.

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    1. That's such a bummer! I'll see if I can find it and update this post. Thanks for letting me know. I always appreciate people alerting me to messed up links. :D

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