3-in-1 Free Dice Bag Crochet Pattern

My blog is slowly becoming your one stop shop for free dice bag crochet patterns!! If you’re a D&D or other TTRPG guy or gal who loves to crochet, then you’re like me and are going to love it here! Today’s DnD dice bag crochet pattern is for a Bag of Tricks! The free pattern has 3 variations – Wicked Bag with webbing and thorns, Wild Bag with vines growing wild, and Worn Bag with patches. This is a standard sized storage Dice Bag for all your dice collections!

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    Crochet Dnd Dice Bag Pattern

    Forget mundane pouches – your dice deserve a lair worthy of their chaotic energy! This crochet pattern summons forth a wild nature bag, designed to store your epic dice collection. There are 3 designs to choose from – or make all three! The pattern is crafted in rich textured stitches, to intimidate (and probably create drooling envy in) fellow adventurers at the table.

    But beneath the wild, untamed exterior lies a heart of plush convenience. The cavernous bag’s belly swallows dice collections of all sizes, while secret pockets offer refuge for your lucky D20s or mischievous rogue D4s. Keeping your gaming treasures behind a gate of vines and thorns.

    This d& d dice bag isn’t just a pretty hoard-holder – it’s a statement piece. Imagine the gasps around the table as you unleash your secret Bag of Tricks from your backpack. Prepare for whispers of “Where did you get that?,” envious stares, and maybe even a bonus inspiration point from your DM!  💜

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    Why This DnD Dice Bag is More Than Just an Organizer

    Forget flimsy pouches that barely contain your rolling shapes. This Bag of Tricks isn’t just a holder, it’s a portable statement piece. Customize each one you make, with your own imaginative creativity! It’s sturdy design will be the envy of the table. Beyond dice, it’s a versatile haven for trinkets, game pieces, or even everyday essentials.  This bag isn’t just an organizer, it’s a statement piece, a token of epic adventures in yarn.

    How to Make Your DnD Dice Bag of Tricks

    This pattern isn’t just about stitches and yarn, it’s about weaving magic. Embrace the wild! Be adventurous!

    If you follow the Dnd Dice Bag pattern, but use a thinner yarn weight and complimentary hook size, you can create a smaller bag. Same goes for bulky yarn and a larger crochet hook. Don’t be limited by what you find written here! Unleash your imagination.

    I really like Paintbox Yarns. The colors are phenomenal and the quality and affordability have not let me down yet! So if you’re looking for an alternate weight my first choce recommendation is Paintbox Cotton DK or Paintbox Simply DK (acrylic) or Paintbox Chunky (acrylic). I’ve also included some other great options below.

    DK/Weight 3: Paintbox Cotton DK, Paintbox Simply DK, Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton DK, Knit Picks Cotlin DK

    Bulky/Chunky/Weight 5:  Paintbox Chunky, Lion Brand Hue + Me, Knit Picks Brava Bulky

    Drawstring or Snap? Choosing the Perfect Closure

    The classic drawstring speaks of ease and of practicality, a quick tug to unleash the dice’s fury. But the snap! Imagine the satisfying click, the feeling of locking away your precious rolling companions – like a dragon securing its gold. Both offer charm, both offer function. Go with your gut, your adventurer’s spirit, and let the closure echo the story your bag wants to tell.

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    Tips and Tricks for Conquering This Easy Pattern

    Don’t let the wild thorns snag your enthusiasm, or untamed vines intimidate you! This dnd dice bag pattern, will guide you step by step. Learn to master the textured stitch technique, and conquer the natural embellishments. Take your time, and soon, your own majestic dice pouch will arise from your hook, like a phoenix from the ashes.

    • Start Simple: Don’t dive into intricate projects right away. Choose beginner-friendly patterns with basic stitches like chain, single crochet, and double crochet. Mastering these first will build confidence and set you up for success.

    • Hooks: Choosing the right hook is crucial. Opt for a comfortable size and material that suits your grip and yarn weight. Remember, lighter yarn calls for smaller hooks, and vice versa. I LOVE to work with Furls Streamline Resin Hooks and Furls Streamline Wood Hooks, and I highly recommend them! They offer a smooth finish so your yarn glides across the neck of the hook, a lightweight, ergonomic handle, and 

    • Tension Tamer: Maintaining consistent tension is key to neat and even stitches. Practice on scrap yarn and adjust your grip or tightness as needed until your stitches feel uniform. And whenever you begin a pattern, make sure to complete the gauge sample first, to determine where you’re at!

    • Counting: Stitch counts can be your best friend – or worst enemy. Learn basic counting techniques to track your progress and avoid mistakes. Marking every few rows with stitch markers can also be helpful.

    • Frogging Fearlessly: Don’t be afraid to undo (frog) stitches! It’s a normal part of learning. Embrace mistakes as learning opportunities and enjoy the satisfaction of correcting them.

    • Yarn Whisperer: Learn to “read” your yarn. Different yarns behave differently, so adjust your tension and techniques accordingly. Practice with a variety of types to discover your favorites.

    • Happy Hands: Crochet can be tiring, especially for beginners. Take breaks to avoid hand cramps and fatigue. Stretch your fingers, shake your wrists, and listen to your body’s signals.

    • Community Connection: Don’t be afraid to seek help! Join my online VIP crochet community! Connect with other crocheters, ask questions, and share your creations for inspiration and support.

    • Celebrate the Journey: Most importantly, have fun! Crochet is a rewarding hobby, so focus on enjoying the process of creating, learning, and expressing yourself through yarn.

     

    More Than Dice: Unexpected Uses

    This dice bag pattern isn’t a one-trick pony (or dragon). It’s perfect for housing and protecting your gaming essentials, but it can be so much more! Stash your travel knitting, precious tarot cards, or even your everyday tech. Let each dice bag you make, become your mobile workspace, your creative haven, your portable sanctuary. This bag isn’t just for dungeons and dragons, it’s for every adventure life throws your way.

    DnD Dice Bag Pattern Testers!

    I am so lucky to have such natural 20 and dedicated pattern testers!! I greatly appreciate my fab pattern testers for test crocheting their dnd dice bag projects, and offering their invaluable feedback about the pattern! I couldn’t do this without you amazing hookers!

    It truly makes my day getting to see the creativity and the amazing projects y’all create with my designs! My awesome pattern testers play a very important role in bringing you the highest quality patterns – no critical fails here! Check out their worn, wicked, and wild crochet  dnd dice bags they made using this pattern, below!

    Thank you so much for testing the Bag of Tricks Dnd Dice Bag Crochet Pattern: Shanna Davis, Loretta McDonald, Diana Maxheimer, Carol Danys, Melissa Hyder, Jesse Kimmel-Freeman, Leesha Taylor, Christine Sturman, Kathryn Mai, and Kami Jones.

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    Crochet Your Own Dice Bag of Tricks!

    This crochet pattern is written in US crochet terms.

    MATERIALS:

    YARN: Paintbox Cotton Aran (Light) Worsted Weight 4 yarn, (100% cotton, 1.7 oz/50 g, 93 yds/85 m)

     

    Bag: 100-110 yds Slate Gray, Soft Fudge, Coffee Bean

    Accents: 10-50 yds Lime Green, Pure Black, Pansy Purple, Red Wine

    HOOK: US G/6 4.0/4.25 mm for Bag and most of the embellishments

    HOOK: US C/2-D/3 2.75/3.0/3.25 mm for thorns only

    OTHER SUPPLIES:

    Yarn needle

    Scissors

    Stitch Marker

     

    Size: (Sizing is approximate)

    8” long (laid flat) x 4” diameter at Round 6

     

    Gauge:  12 Rows x 15 hdc = 4” x 4” square

    For an easy swatch work R1-6 of Bag, which should measure 4” diameter.

    Gauge is not very important and is given for reference.

     

    Experience Level: Easy

     

    Pattern Key:

    st(s) – stitch(es)

    sp(s) – space(s)

    ch(s) – chain(s)

    sl st – slip stitch

    sc – single crochet

    hdc – half double crochet

    hdc2tog – decrease by hdc 2 sts together 

    dc – double crochet 

    yo – yarn over

    FO – fasten off

    BLO – back loop only

    FLO – front loop only

    FO – fasten off

     

    Need some help with the stitches? Check out my Learn to Crochet Series and my fun Crochet Tutorials!  You can also reach out at any time! I am more than happy to help you with any questions you may have!

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    SPECIAL STITCHES:

    Crochet Magic Circle Tutorial:   

    VIDEO TUTORIAL: https://youtu.be/CrochetMagicCircle

    STEP 1: Create a loop with yarn, place hook through the loop, yo and pull the yarn through the loop, keeping the loop open in a circle instead of pulling the yarn tight.

    STEP 2: Ch 1, yo, insert hook back in circle, yo and pull up a loop through the circle.

    STEP 3: Yo again and pull through all 3 loops on the hook, 1 hdc completed! Repeat Steps 2-3 to create additional stitches. Hold stitches with one hand, gently pull the yarn end with the other hand to close the circle.

     

     

    NOTES:

    1. Read through the entire pattern first.
    2. Dice Bag is worked in joined rounds. Embellishments are worked in various ways, indicated in the pattern
    3. Beginning chain does not count as a st. 1st st of each round should be placed in the same st as beginning ch 1.
    4. Sl st counts as a stitch on first and last rounds of webbing, and where noted.
    5. Repeat stitches between [ and ] the number of times indicated.
    6. Work stitches between ( and ) in the same stitch.
    7. Pattern includes 3 variations. Worn Bag with Patches, Wild Bag with vines, and Wicked Bag has a Bag variation with webbing and thorns.
    8. This pattern is FREE, and has been thoroughly tested and tech edited. Please feel free to share any comments or ask any questions you many have! I welcome your feedback!!
    9. This post and all it contains including the pattern and photographs are my intellectual property and copyright protected property of GreenFoxFarms LLC © 2024. You are welcome to make as many as you like to sell, giveaway, etc. You may NOT sell, or alter and claim as your own this pattern. You may not use my photographs. This pattern is not for mass production.
    10. If you want to share this pattern online, you must only share a link to my blog post. You may not copy and paste my text or the pattern to another site. Thank you for respecting my work.
    11. By using this pattern, you are agreeing to abide by these terms.

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    Dice Bag of Tricks:

    Crochet Pattern Directions:

    USING G/6 4.0 MM HOOK

    Make either a Worn, Wild or Wicked Bag.

    WORN / WILD DICE BAG:

    Round 1: Make a Magic Circle, ch 1, 8 hdc in magic circle, sl st to join, (8 hdc).

    Round 2: Ch 1, 2 hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (16 hdc).

    Round 3: Ch 1, [hdc, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (24 hdc).

    Round 4: Ch 1, [hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (32 hdc).

    Round 5: Ch 1, [hdc in next 3 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (40 hdc).

    Round 6: Ch 1, [hdc in next 4 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (48 hdc).

    Rounds 7-8: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (48 hdc, 2 rounds).

    Round 9: Ch 1, [hdc in next 5 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (56 hdc).

    Rounds 10-12: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (56 hdc, 3 rounds).

    Round 13: Ch 1, [hdc in next 5 sts, hdc2tog,] 8 times, sl st to join, (48 hdc).

    Rounds 14-19: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (48 hdc, 7 rounds).

    Round 20: Ch 2, [dc in next 3 sts, ch 1 and skip next st,] 12 times, sl st to join, (12 ch-1 sp, 36 dc).

    Round 21: Ch 2, [dc in next 3 sts, 3 dc in ch-1 sp,] 12 times, sl st to join, (72 dc).

    Round 22: Ch 2, dc in each st around, sl st to join, (72 dc).

    Round 23: Ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to join, (72 sc). FO and weave in ends. Continue with Worn or Wild Bag Version Embellishments and Drawstring below.

     

    WICKED DICE BAG VARIATION:

    Round 1: Make a Magic Circle with Main Bag Color, ch 1, 8 hdc in magic circle, sl st to join, (8 hdc).

    Round 2: Ch 1, 2 hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (16 hdc).

    Round 3: Ch 1, [hdc, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (24 hdc).

    Round 4: Ch 1, [hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (32 hdc).

    Round 5: Ch 1, [hdc in next 3 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (40 hdc).

    Round 6 only, you will work your sts in BLO.

    Round 6: Ch 1, [hdc in BLO next 4 sts, 2 hdc in BLO next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (48 hdc).

    Rounds 7-8: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (48 hdc, 2 rounds).

    Round 9: Ch 1, [hdc in next 5 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (56 hdc).

    Rounds 10-12: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (56 hdc, 3 rounds).

    Round 13: Ch 1, [hdc in next 5 sts, hdc2tog,] 8 times, sl st to join, (48 hdc).

    Rounds 14-18: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (48 hdc, 6 rounds).

    Round 19 only, you will work your sts in BLO.

    Round 19: Ch 1, hdc in BLO each st around, sl st to join, (48 sts).

    Mark the 24th st of Round 18 with a stitch marker or scrap piece of yarn.

    Round 20: Ch 2, [dc in next 3 sts, ch 1 and skip next st,] 12 times, sl st to join, (12 ch-1 sp, 36 dc).

    Round 21: Ch 2, [dc in next 3 sts, 3 dc in ch-1 sp,] 12 times, sl st to join, (72 dc).

    Round 22: Ch 2, dc in each st around, sl st to join, (72 dc).

    Round 23: Ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to join, (72 sc). FO and weave in ends. Continue with Webbing and Thorns.

    WICKED WEBBING LAYER:

    • If you have a naturally tight tension, you may want to go up a hook size for webbing.

    Round 1: You will work your sts for R1 in FLO of R5. Join Webbing Color to FLO of 1st st of R5 of Wicked bag, sl st inFLO of each st around, sl to to join, (40 sl st).

    Round 2: Working around sl sts from R1 and into FLO of R5 again this round, [ch 11, skip next 4 sts, sl st in next st,] 8 times, sl st in BLO beginning st to join, (8 ch-11 groups).

    Rounds 3-4: Sl st in 1st 6 chs of previous round, [ch 11, skip next 5 chs, sl st in 6th ch of ch-11 group, skip next 5 chs,] 8 times, sl st to join in BLO same st (6th ch/sl st) as final sl st from beginning of round, (8 ch-11 groups, 2 rounds).

    Round 5: Sl st in 1st 6 chs of previous round, [ch 9, skip next 5 chs, sl st in 6th ch of ch-11 group, skip next 5 chs,] 8 times, sl st to join in BLO same st (6th ch/sl st) as final sl st from beginning of round, (8 ch-9 groups).

    Round 6: Sl st in 1st 5 chs of previous round, [ch 7, skip next 4 chs, sl st in 5th ch of ch-9 group, skip next 4 chs,] 8 times, sl st to join in BLO same st (5th ch/sl st) as final sl st from beginning of round, (8 ch-7 groups).

    You will now join the top of the webbing to the bag by working in the FLO sts of R18, joining at the center ch (4th of 7 chs) in each of ch-7 sections of R6. See Photos below for details.

    Round 7: Sl st in 1st 4 chs of R6, insert hook in FLO of (marked) 24th st of wicked bag R18 and sl st to join to R6 of webbing, sl st in next 5 FLO of R18, [insert hook in 4th ch of next ch-7 section and next FLO of R18 and sl st, sl st in next 5 FLO of R18,] 7 times, sl st in 1st FLO to join, (48 sl sts). FO and weave in ends. Continue with Thorns below.

    Optional: Invisible join the end to the first sl st in R18 for a cleaner look.

    WICKED THORNS: (Make 4-8)

    • Do not join rounds, instead work in continuous rounds using a stitch marker.
    • Feel free to use a lighter weight yarn for the thorns if you prefer (2-3/sport/DK)

    Round 1: Make a Magic Circle with Thorn Color, ch 1, 4 sc in magic circle, (4 sc).

    Round 2: [Sc, 2 sc in next st,] twice (6 sc).

    You may need to turn your work right side out here, and tighten the magic circle.

    Round 3: Sc in each st around, (6 sc).

    Round 4: [Sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st,] twice (8 sc).

    Round 5: Sc in each st around, (8 sc).

    Round 6: [Sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st,] twice (10 sc).

    Round 7: Sc in each st around, (10 sc). FO and leave a long tail for sewing. Lightly stuff thorns if desired (I did not). Sew thorns in place around the bag where you like. See last photo of Webbing tutorial for suggested placement. Weave in ends.  Finish with Drawstrings below.

     

     

     

    WILD BAG VARIATION:

    Make Base Dice Bag Version.

    WILD VINES: (Make 1-3)

    STEP 1: Leave a long tail for sewing at the beginning and end – about 12” each. With Vine Color, ch 81, FO. Adjust the length of the vine by increasing/decreasing number of chains. 

    STEP 2: Stitch the vine(s) around the bag in the position of your choosing. Weave in ends.

     

    ALTERNATELY CREATE A VINE USING SURFACE CROCHET:

    If you prefer, you can create your vines using surface crochet in a more intricate design of your choosing. Make sure to keep your tension light to prevent the bag from puckering.

    TIP: Surface crochet is making slip stitches in a line or pattern across the surface of your work. You begin by inserting the hook from the top of the bag to the inside, pulling up a loop of yarn. You will then create slip stitches by repeating the process of (inserting the hook from the top of the bag to the inside, and pulling up a loop of yarn) to form each stitch.

    WILD LEAVES: (Make 6-10 per vine)

    STEP 1: Ch 4, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next ch, (hdc, 3 dc, hdc) in next ch, working along opposite side of beginning ch, sc in next ch, sl st in last ch, (2 sl st, 2 sc, 2 hdc, 3 dc).

    STEP 2: Ch 1, sl st back through all 3 sts of the beginning ch down the center of the leaf to form the vein, then sl st in the 2nd dc of step 1, (4 sl st). FO and leave a long tail for sewing.

     

    STEP 3: Stitch leaves around on vine separating them by 8-12 chs or in clusters, at your preference and alternating which side of the vine they are placed on. I stitched my leaves down only through the center stitches (vein) of the leaf. You can stitch around the edge of each leaf if you prefer. See photos below for details and suggested positions. Finish with Drawstrings below.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WORN BAG VARIATION:

    Make Base Dice Bag Version.

    WORN PATCHES: (Make 2-4)

    SMALL WORN PATCH:

    Row 1: With Patch Color, ch 5, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, (4 hdc).

    Rows 2-3: Turn, ch 1, hdc in each st across, (4 hdc, 2 rows).

    EDGING: Ch 1, work 3 sc down side, (sc, ch 2, sc) in 1st st of bottom, sc in next 2 sts, (sc, ch 2, sc) in last st, work 3 sc up side, (sc, ch 2, sc) in 1st st of top, sc in next 2 sts, (sc, ch 2, sc) in last st, sl st to join, (18 sc). FO and leave a long tail for sewing.

     

    MEDIUM WORN PATCH:

    Row 1: With Patch Color, ch 7, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, (6 hdc).

    Rows 2-4: Turn, ch 1, hdc in each st across, (6 hdc, 3 rows).

    EDGING: Ch 1, work 4 sc down side, (sc, ch 2, sc) in 1st st of bottom, sc in next 4 sts, (sc, ch 2, sc) in last st, work 4 sc up side, (sc, ch 2, sc) in 1st st of top, sc in next 4 sts, (sc, ch 2, sc) in last st, sl st to join, (24 sc). FO and leave a long tail for sewing.

     

    LARGE WORN PATCH:

    Row 1: With Patch Color, ch 9, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, (8 hdc).

    Rows 2-6: Turn, ch 1, hdc in each st across, (8 hdc, 5 rows).

    EDGING: Ch 1, work 7 sc down side, (sc, ch 1, sc) in 1st st of bottom, sc in next 6 sts, (sc, ch 1, sc) in last st, work 7 sc up side, (sc, ch 1, sc) in 1st st of top, sc in next 6 sts, (sc, ch 1, sc) in last st, sl st to join, (34 sc). FO and leave a long tail for sewing. Finish with Drawstrings below.

     

    Stitch patches to bag in a position that you like using a straight or whipstitch. I like to overlap the small with the large. You can also add some accent stitches in bright color.

     

    DRAWSTRINGS: 

    Choose Single OR Double Drawstring. You can use any color you like!

    DOUBLE DRAWSTRING: (Make 2)

    STEP 1: Ch 81, FO and trim ends.

    STEP 2: Weave drawstring through the spaces in R20, and knot the ends together. Repeat with the other drawstring, weaving through the same holes, but place the knotted ends on the opposite side. Pull both knotted ends away from the center to cinch the bag. 

    SINGLE DRAWSTRING: (Make 1)

    Ch 111, FO and trim ends. Weave drawstring through the spaces in R20. Tie in a bow to close.

     

     

     

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