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Mystical Mushroom Dice Bag

Free Crochet Pattern!

I love a challenge – do you? I wanted to design a 🍄 Mushroom Crochet Dice Bag Pattern that was both cute and functional – great at holding dice, really looks like a mushroom, and able to hold it’s cap up all on it’s own! With the help of my fabulous pattern testers (y’all rock!) and multiple tweaks of this design – I think we nailed it! What do y’all think? I you excited to make a Mushie to store your dice collection in your fave color combo? 🎲 These Mushroom Dice Holders also make an amazing gift for your fave Dnd Player! I hope y’all love this new pattern as much as I do! 🍄

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Crochet Dice Bag Pattern

How many dice is too many? Asking for a friend! 😝 But in all seriousness, what’s great about this bag is that it can hold as many as 50 dice in the stem alone, I designed it to be able to stand strong with just a few dice too! This functional drawstring bag mushroom pattern can be used to hold anything you like too, you’re certainly not limited to dice! 

This free dice bag crochet pattern works up quickly! I finished both of my samples in just a few hours, even sewing on the spots! The mushroom drawstring bags are simple to make because you’re just making simple increases and decreases, working in the round. The only sewing is the spots! 

This project is perfect for Netflix and chill nights, with lots of repetition, so whether you watch your fave movie on Netflix or Prime Video, or pick a new, bingeable audiobook, while working on your Mushroom Crochet Dice Bag Pattern! I am currently listening to King of Scars on Audible after falling in love with the Grishaverse (Shadow and Bone Trilogy  and Crooked Kingdom Duology) by the same author – Leigh Bardugo. I highly recommend all of them!   💜

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Dedicated Dice Bag Pattern Testers!

I am thrilled and blessed to have such amazing and dedicated pattern testers!! I greatly appreciate my amazing pattern testers for test crocheting their crochet dice bag projects, and offering their invaluable feedback about the pattern! I couldn’t do this without you amazing hookers!

It genuinely makes my day getting to see the magical projects y’all create with my designs! My awesome pattern testers play a very important role in bringing you the highest quality patterns. Check out their magical mushroom crochet dice bags they made using this pattern, below!

Thank you so much for testing the Mystical Mushroom Dice Bag Crochet Pattern: Jenna Magee, Loretta McDonald, Mary Miller, Kami Jones, Catherine McClarey, Carolyn White, Linda Woodthorpe, Christine Sturman, Robin Quade, and Shanna Davis.

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This crochet pattern is written in US crochet terms.

MATERIALS:

YARN: Furls Wander Acrylic Yarn Worsted Weight 4 yarn, (100% acrylic, 3.5 oz/100 g, 120 yds/109 m)

 

60-80 yds: Stem – Aurora/Mist

50-60 yds: Cap – Pomegranate/Surf

10-20 yds: Spots/Drawstrings – Alabaster/Peninsula

HOOK: US G/6 4.0/4.25 mm 

OTHER SUPPLIES:

Yarn needle

Scissors

Stitch Marker

 

Size: (Sizing is approximate)

6” diameter (at widest) x 8” tall (laid flat) or about 6” standing

 

Gauge: 12 rows hdc x 14 hdc = 4” x 4”

Gauge is not very important and is given for reference.

 

Experience Level: Intermediate

 

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 

bphdc – back post half double crochet

fptr – front post treble crochet

BLO – back 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:

Back Post Half Double Crochet: 

Stitches are worked around the post of the stitch, not through the loops.

STEP 1: Yo, insert hook from back of the work, through space 1- around post of st , to the front. 

STEP 2: Working across post, insert hook from front around post of st – through space 2, to the back.

STEP 3: Yo, pull up a loop through both spaces 1-2 (around post), ending in back again. Yo, and pull through all 3 loops on hook. Back post half double crochet completed.

STEP 4: For each additional st, space 1 will be the same as space 2 from previous st.

 

 

 

Front Post Treble Crochet:

Stitches are worked around the post of the stitch, not through the loops.

STEP 1: Yo twice, insert hook from front of the work, through space 1- around post of st, to the back of the work. 

STEP 2: Working behind post, insert hook from back around post of st – through space 2, to the front of the work.

STEP 3: Yo, pull up a loop through both spaces 1-2 (around post), ending in front of work. 

STEP 4: Yo, pull through first 2 loops on hook, yo again and pull through next 2 loops on hook, yo again and pull through last 2 loops on hook. Front post treble crochet completed.

STEP 5: For each additional st, space 1 will be the same as space 2 from previous st.

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.

 

 

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NOTES:

  1. Read through the entire pattern first.
  2. Dice Bag, stem support and spots are worked separately, in joined rounds.
  3. The stem support is then sewn to the bottom of the bag; spots are stitched to the cap.
  4. Beginning chain does not count as a st. 1st st of each round should be placed in the same st as beginning ch 1. Sl st does not count as a stitch except on the final round of the spots.
  5. Dice bag will stand best with more dice in the stem. Add dice and tighten drawstring. Pull upward on top of cap and allow it to settle gently over the top of the stem.
  6. Repeat stitches between [ and ] the number of times indicated.
  7. 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!!
  8. This post and all it contains including the pattern and photographs are my intellectual property and copyright protected property of GreenFoxFarms LLC © 2023. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. By using this pattern, you are agreeing to abide by these terms.

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I’m so excited to share that my new Mystical Mushroom Crochet Dice Bag Pattern was featured on the Gifstravaganza Blog Hop! It’s that time of year, when we start crocheting all the gifts for the amazing people in our lives for fun and to show how much we care… Making handmade gifts is my favorite part of the holidays, how about you? Marie from Underground Crafter has put together an amazing Giftstravaganza Blog Hop! Not only can you download a Brand NEW FREE Crochet Pattern every day in November, but you can win prizes from some amazing crafting companies too!

It’s exactly what it sounds like – a blog hop full of amazing patterns that are perfect for gifts for your friends and loved ones. Find a new FREE pattern to download for 24 hours each day in November, 2023. Each week in November there is a new theme for the FREE Pattern downloads you can find. The weeks are listed below. This hop does NOT have an associated bundle so I would encourage you to check out the patterns daily so you don’t miss one of you favorites.

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    Mystical Mushroom Dice Bag:

    Crochet Pattern Directions:

    USING G/6 4.0 MM HOOK

    MUSHROOM STEM:

    Round 1: Make a Magic Circle with Stem Color. Ch 1, 9 hdc in magic circle, sl st to join, (9 hdc).

    Round 2: Ch 1, 2 hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (18 hdc).

    Round 3: Ch 1, [hdc, 2 hdc in next st,] 9 times, sl st to join, (27 hdc).

    Round 4: Ch 1, [hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 9 times, sl st to join, (36 hdc).

    Round 5: Ch 1, bphdc in each st around, sl st to join, (36 bphdc).

    Round 6: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (36 hdc). 

    Rounds 7-16: Ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to join, (36 sc, 10 rounds).

    Round 17: Repeat Round 6.

    Round 18: Ch 2 (does not count as st), 2 fptr in each st around, sl st to join, (72fptr).

    Round 19: Ch 2 (does not count as st), fptr in each st around, sl st to join, (72fptr). FO and use the same color to continue with stem support below. 

     

    MUSHROOM STEM SUPPORT:

    Round 1: Make a Magic Circle with Stem Color. Ch 1, 9 hdc in magic circle, sl st to join, (9 hdc).

    Round 2: Ch 1, 2 hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (18 hdc).

    Round 3: Ch 1, [hdc, 2 hdc in next st,] 9 times, sl st to join, (27 hdc).

    Round 4: Ch 1, [hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st,] 9 times, sl st to join, (36 hdc). Do not fasten off.

     

    ATTACH TO STEM: (See photos below)

    Place the stem support at the bottom of the stem on the outside. Use working yarn to slip stitch support to stem. Work each sl st through both loops of stem support and both loops of Round 4, at the base of the stem. Work in each st around, sl st to join. FO and weave in ends. Continue with Cap below. 

     

     

     

     

    MUSHROOM CAP:

    Round 1: Attach Cap Color at first st of previous round. (Join to open side of stem) Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (72 hdc).

    Round 2: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (72 hdc).

    Round 3: Ch 1, [hdc in next 7 sts, hdc2tog in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (64 hdc).

    Round 4: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (64 hdc).

    Round 5: Ch 1, [hdc in next 6 sts, hdc2tog in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (56 hdc).

    Round 6: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (56 hdc).

    Round 7: Ch 1, [hdc in next 5 sts, hdc2tog in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (48 hdc).

    Round 8: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (48 hdc).

    Round 9: Ch 1, [hdc in next 4 sts, hdc2tog in next st,] 8 times, sl st to join, (40 hdc).

    Rounds 10-12: Ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join, (40 hdc, 3 rounds).

    Round 13: Ch 1, [hdc in next 2 sts, ch 2, skip next 2 sts,] 10 times, sl st to join, (10 ch-2 sps, 20 hdc).

    Round 14: Ch 1, [hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in ch-2 sp,] 10 times, sl st to join, (40 hdc). FO and weave in ends. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MUSHROOM SPOTS:

    A suggested number range is given per size. Make as many or few spots as you’d like using the stem color or an accent color.

    SMALL SPOTS: (Make 4-5)

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

    Round 2: Sl st in each st around, (8 sl st). FO and leave a long tail to stitch to cap.

     

    MEDIUM SPOTS: (Make 2-3)

    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: Sl st in each st around, (16 sl st). FO and leave a long tail to stitch to cap.

     

    LARGE SPOTS: (Make 1-2)

    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: Sl st in each st around, (24 sl st). FO and leave a long tail to stitch to cap.

     

    SEW SPOTS TO CAP: 

    Lay dice bag out flat with cap on top. Lay out the spots and determine placement. Pin them in place and stitch to the cap using yarn ends and whipstitch or running stitch. Weave in ends. 

     

     

     

    DRAWSTRINGS: 

    Choose Single OR Double Drawstring. You can use the cap, stem, or accent color.

    DOUBLE DRAWSTRING: (Make 2)

    STEP 1: Ch 75, FO and trim ends.

    STEP 2: Weave drawstring through the spaces R13 for Small Bag or R14 for Large Bag, 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 100, FO and trim ends. Weave drawstring through the spaces R13 for Small Bag or R14 for Large Bag. Tie in a bow to close. 

     

     

     

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    Please Share your Crochet Dice Bags!

    I hope you enjoy making this mushroom crochet dice bag pattern as much as I enjoyed designing it just for you! I would love if you would share your gaming dice bag projects on social media and on Ravelry!!! I adore getting to see your finished dnd dice pouches!! The most rewarding part about being a crochet pattern designer is getting to see the geek-tastic creations y’all make with my patterns! It makes puts a smile on my face and it’s the reason I do what I do!! (TBH: The yarn benefits are pretty sweet too! 😉)

     

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