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Free Pattern- Simple Dice or Trinket Bag

I needed a new dice bag for an upcoming D&D game, so of course I had to make one- and then a few more too! These little bags are also great for holding small toys or organizing craft supplies. My favorite thing about them is that they stand upright and don’t spill! Easy, fast, and practical- what more could you ask for in a project?

Three crocheted dice bags in blue, red, and green, with multicolored dice spilling from the green bag

Materials:

5mm hook

Tapestry needle

Worsted weight yarn

A length of cord or ribbon (optional)

Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Sc: single crochet

Inc: work two single crochet in the same stitch

Sl st: slip stitch

St: stitch(es)

Pattern:

Round 1: Make 8 stitches into a Magic Ring

Round 2: Inc around (16st)

Round 3: (sc, inc) around (24 st)

Round 4: (2 sc, inc) around (32 st)

Round 5: (3 sc, inc) around (40 st)

Round 6: sc around (40 st)

Round 7: sc 39, sl st (40 st)

Round 8: In back loops only, sl st and ch 3 (counts as dc), dc around. Join to first dc with sl st (40 st)

Rounds 9-13: ch 3 (counts as dc), dc around, join with sl st (40 st)

Round 14: ch 1 (counts as sc), sc around, join with sl st (40 st)

Round 15: ch 3 (counts as hdc and first ch space), (skip one sc, hdc, ch 1) around, join with sl st (20 hdc and 20 ch spaces)

Round 16: ch 1 (counts as sc), sc in each hdc and ch space, join with sl st (40 st)

Round 17: ch 3 (counts as dc), dc around, join with sl st. Break yarn and pull through.

Weave in all ends. Using a crochet chain or length of cord or ribbon, about 12 inches long, make the closure by weaving through holes created in round 15.