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SIX Free Dice Bag Crochet Patterns!

Greetings, fellow yarn sorcerers and dice game lovers! 🧶🧙‍♂️ If you’re on a quest to merge your love for crochet and tabletop gaming, you’re in for a treat. Delve into this free crochet dice bag pattern collection – designed by me! A magical journey awaits as we unravel the secrets of creating the perfect dice bag with each enchanting pattern. And if you’re into Dungeons and Dragons, any one of these dnd dice bag crochet patterns will impress the gathering. So join me on this playful adventure, and let’s craft some magic together! 🎲🪄

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Cottagecore Dice Bag Crochet Patterns

People who embrace the cottagecore aesthetic often appreciate the values of simplicity, self-sufficiency, and a connection to nature. Yep! I’m one! 🍄🌿 The imagery associated with cottagecore often includes lush natural scenes, vintage aesthetics, homemade goods, and a focus on sustainable and eco-friendly practices.

Step into the whimsical world of Cottagecore with my enchanting dice bag crochet patterns. These playful patterns blend rustic charm with practicality, offering a touch of handmade magic to your tabletop gaming experience.

 

Free Crochet Dice Bag Pattern List

I wanted to group all of my dice bag designs together, so that you can check out the patterns in one place without accidently missing any! Then you might want to save them to your favorites – or even grab a few for your pattern collection! After all, hookers need 3 things to make magic happen – hooks, yarn, and patterns!

Without further ado, here are all of the patterns so far in my Dice Bag Crochet Pattern Collection, in order of publication, as of now: March 2024.

  1. DC Dice Bag and Tray  Ravelry | Etsy
  2. Potion of Moonlight Amigurumi Pattern  Ravelry | Etsy
  3. Evan’s 8 Pocket Dice Bag  Ravelry | Etsy
  4. Magical Mushroom Dice Bag  Ravelry | Etsy
  5. Bag of Tricks Dice Bags  Ravelry | Etsy
  6. Baby Dragon Egg Dice Bag  Ravelry | Etsy

There are a few aren’t there? I know you’re a dice game lover too, or you have a loved one who is, otherwise you wouldn’t still be here. 🎲🧶

 

 

The Perfect Way to Showcase Your Dice Sets

In the realm of tabletop gaming (see below for a list of suggestions!), a dice bag is more than just a functional accessory—it’s a statement. These fun crochet dice bag patterns offer the perfect canvas to showcase your unique style while keeping your precious dice sets organized, protected and secure.

Elevate your gaming experience by choosing from different designs and color choices. Whether you prefer the simplicity of a drawstring bag or the functionality of multiple pockets, the Green Fox Farms Designs patterns cater to every taste and style. The best part? You get to raid your yarn stash for the perfect color combinations – to be as creative as you want to be!

 

Quick and Easy Crochet for Small Items

In the fast-paced world of gaming, convenience is key. Each crochet dice bag pattern has been designed with simplicity in mind, utilizing basic stitches and stitch patterns that make for a quick and easy crafting experience. No need to worry about complex techniques—just grab your yarn and hook, and you’re ready to go.

Bonus! These patterns are not just for dice! They are also ideal for crafting small bags that can hold anything from tiny toys and treasures, to craft supplies and make-up accessories. The versatility of these patterns ensures you have the perfect go-to solution for all your small item storage needs.

 

 

The Drawstring Bag – A Dungeon Master’s Best Friend

For Dungeon Masters and game organizers, having a reliable storage solution is crucial. These drawstring dice bag patterns offer the perfect blend of functionality and eye-catching awesomeness! Keep your dice collection secure, and when it’s time for a roll, simply pull the drawstring and let the games begin!

The drawstring bags are not only practical but also make for great gifts. Imagine presenting a handcrafted drawstring bag to your fellow gamers or the Dungeon Master in your group—it’s a thoughtful gesture that adds a personal touch to the gaming experience.

 

Free Dice Bag Crochet Patterns for Dice Game Lovers

Burst of Color with Leftover Yarn

One person’s leftovers are another person’s masterpiece. Each crochet dice bag pattern is the ideal solution for using up those bits and pieces of yarn and half-finished skeins, that often accumulate in your crafting corner. Otherwise known as your Yarn Stash! Mix and match different colors to create unique, eye-catching designs that stand out on the gaming table.

Don’t let that leftover yarn go to waste! These patterns are a fantastic way to turn scraps into treasures. Craft a vibrant burst of color and breathe new life into your crochet bits as you stitch your way to a stunning dice bag collection.

 

What Other Tabletop Dice Games Exist?

aka What Am I Missing Out On?

You might already play a tabletop dice game and love it so much, you’re interested in what else there may be out there! There are plenty. And trust me, this list is not exhaustive!

Several tabletop games involve a substantial amount of dice rolling, adding an exciting element of chance and strategy to the gameplay. Here’s a list of tabletop games that often require a significant number of dice:

  1. Dungeons & Dragons (D&D): The iconic role-playing game involves various polyhedral dice, including the famous 20-sided die (d20), for actions like attacking, saving throws, and determining outcomes.
  2. Shadowrun: A cyberpunk-fantasy role-playing game that incorporates a pool of six-sided dice for resolving actions, with the number of dice depending on the character’s skill level.
  3. Warhammer 40,000 (40K): A miniature wargame where dice are used for various tasks, including determining hits and wounds during battles.
  4. Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game: A tactical ship-to-ship combat game where players use custom dice to determine the success of attacks and defense maneuvers.
  5. Arkham Horror: The Card Game: A cooperative living card game set in the Lovecraftian universe, requiring various polyhedral dice for skill tests and resolving encounters.
  6. Gloomhaven: A cooperative board game with a rich narrative, utilizing a collection of six-sided dice for attack modifiers and damage calculation.
  7. Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate: A cooperative board game set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe, involving dice for movement, event resolution, and encounters.
  8. Zombicide: A cooperative board game where players face hordes of zombies, using dice for combat, searching, and other actions.
  9. King of Tokyo: A fast-paced dice-driven game where players control monsters battling for control of Tokyo, with dice determining attacks and energy accumulation.
  10. Sagrada: A strategic dice-drafting game where players create beautiful stained glass windows using different colored dice.

These games offer diverse themes and mechanics but share a common element—the integral role of dice in shaping the outcomes of key events and actions within the gameplay.

 

Cottagecore Dnd Dice Bag Game Storage Crochet Pattern

Improve Other Gaming, by Using a Dice Bag Crochet Pattern:

Many board games and tabletop games benefit from protective bags for their pieces, especially when the game involves multiple components that need to be organized and kept safe. Here are some examples of games that often benefit from storage bags:

  1. Small World: With its numerous race and power tokens, having separate bags for each race’s components can make it easier to set up and customize the game according to player preferences.
  2. Mahjong: Mahjong is a classic tile-based game with a large number of small, intricately designed tiles. To protect these tiles from wear, tear, and potential loss, using a sturdy bag is essential. A Mahjong bag is not only practical for storing and transporting the tiles but also adds a touch of elegance to the game. It’s particularly useful for keeping the tiles organized and preventing them from getting damaged during storage or travel.
  3. Carcassonne: With its numerous tiles, having individual bags for the different components can help keep the game organized, especially if expansions are added.
  4. Ticket to Ride: The train cards, destination tickets, and train pieces can be neatly organized in separate bags, making setup and cleanup easier.
  5. Settlers of Catan: Resource cards, development cards, and player pieces can be stored in separate bags to facilitate quick setup and prevent components from getting mixed up.
  6. Pandemic: With its various cards, player pawns, and disease cubes, using separate bags can help keep the components organized and prevent spoilers if using expansions.
  7. Dominion: Given the large number of kingdom cards and treasure cards, having individual bags for each card type can help players set up the game more efficiently.
  8. Splendor: The gem chips and development cards can be stored in separate bags, making the game more accessible for quick gameplay.
  9. Agricola: The multitude of resource tokens, cards, and player pieces in Agricola can be stored in individual bags to make game setup smoother.
  10. Puerto Rico: The various role cards, plantation tiles, and colonist pieces can be organized in separate bags for easier access during gameplay.
  11. 7 Wonders: With its diverse card types and coins, using individual bags for different components can streamline the setup process.
  12. Betrayal at House on the Hill: With its evolving narrative and unique haunt components, using bags can help keep the game’s secrets until the right moment.

In general, any game with multiple components, cards, or pieces that need to be sorted or kept hidden during play can benefit from the use of a dice bag crochet pattern! It not only helps with organization but also protects your pieces and contributes to a smoother gaming experience.

Four Cute and Practical Dice Bag Crochet Patterns

Six Cute Crochet Dice Bag Patterns

1. Evan’s 8 Pocket Dice Bag

Ravelry | Etsy

This Pocket Dice Bag Pattern is a practical dice organizer with eight pockets for easy sorting. Designed for accessibility, you can effortlessly retrieve your dice by folding down the top. This beginner-friendly bag employs simple stitches and clear instructions. Suitable for small and medium-sized dice, it’s a stylish on-the-go solution for gaming. The straightforward drawstring closure enhances accessibility, making it a convenient gift for board gamers or role players. The pattern also includes a tutorial on creating a Magic Circle with photo guidance and a video tutorial link for easy learning.

2. Potion of Moonlight Amigurumi Pattern

Ravelry | Etsy

Brew up some magic with this amigurumi potion set! The Potion of Moonlight Bottle and Dice Bag Pattern offers a wickedly amazing Amigurumi Pattern for potion bottles in three different sizes. These potion bottles serve as fantastic storage for your dice collection, with the small phial perfectly accommodating a set of 7 dice. The bottles also feature Moon and Spider appliqués, allowing you to craft potions of moonlight or spider venom. Beyond decoration, these bottles are versatile storage for dice, trinkets, and more. You can also use them for spooky home decor! The pattern, is remarkably easy with minimal color changes, shaping, and sewing, complemented by helpful photo tutorials.

3. DC Dice Bag and Tray

Ravelry | Etsy

Double crochet your way to a sturdy bag that becomes a tray, providing a great gift for dungeon masters or anyone who loves board games. This is a beginner-friendly crochet pattern, suitable for board games, role-playing, and dice games. The pattern includes two sizes – Small and Medium – catering to different gaming needs. The bag cleverly transforms into a rolling tray, preventing dice from escaping during play. With a simple drawstring closure, it offers easy access on the go. 

 

 

Four Cute and Practical Dice Bag Crochet Patterns
 

4. Magical Mushroom Dice Bag

Ravelry | Etsy

Crochet an enchanting Mushroom Dice Bag, perfect to use on it’s own or a delightful gift for tabletop RPG enthusiasts. This versatile bag is designed for smart storage, providing easy access to your D&D dice collection. Crafted with clear instructions and straightforward stitches, it resembles the Amanita muscaria fungi, adding a touch of magic to your gaming gear. The bonus drawstring close makes it a versatile purse. Ideal for MtG, DnD, and RPG players, this bag ensures you stand out in the DandD crowd. With an intermediate difficulty level, the pattern introduces post stitches and shaping, guided by helpful photo tutorials.

5. Bag of Tricks Dice Pouch

Ravelry | Etsy

Double crochet your way to a sturdy bag that becomes a tray, providing a great gift for dungeon masters or anyone who loves board games. This is a beginner-friendly crochet pattern, suitable for board games, role-playing, and dice games. The pattern includes two sizes – Small and Medium – catering to different gaming needs. The bag cleverly transforms into a rolling tray, preventing dice from escaping during play. With a simple drawstring closure, it offers easy access on the go. 

6. Baby Dragon Egg Dice Bag

Ravelry | Etsy

Crochet an enchanting Mushroom Dice Bag, perfect to use on it’s own or a delightful gift for tabletop RPG enthusiasts. This versatile bag is designed for smart storage, providing easy access to your D&D dice collection. Crafted with clear instructions and straightforward stitches, it resembles the Amanita muscaria fungi, adding a touch of magic to your gaming gear. The bonus drawstring close makes it a versatile purse. Ideal for MtG, DnD, and RPG players, this bag ensures you stand out in the DandD crowd. With an intermediate difficulty level, the pattern introduces post stitches and shaping, guided by helpful photo tutorials.

 

 

 

 

 

Dice Lover Stickers & Car Decals!

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Creating handmade crochet dice bags extends beyond mere storage—it’s a spellbinding project, where creativity meets with functionality. My free patterns can be your magical guide, to craft bewitching masterpieces – that will be the envy of all!

A dice bag crochet pattern doesn’t have to be used for dice either! These cute patterns might be used for all sorts of treasures – even for other types of game pieces.

So, seize your yarn, wield your hook, and let the magic unfold in a spectrum of stitches and colors! 🌈🎲

Different Dice Shapes Game Night TableTop Board Games

❤️  I hope you enjoyed this fun-filled blog post and learning more about the whole Crochet Dice Bag Pattern Collection so far! Thanks so much for reading! Did you find a couple of new patterns you can’t wait to make? Maybe even got reintroduced to a few favorites?? Perhaps you want to find out more about dice games, just so you can make these patterns to store your dice in! 😂

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