Dice Pouches for Everyone!

10 Sep

SHOUT OUT to my parents, who are celebrating their 34th Wedding Anniversary today!  Congratulations, Mom & daD! Here’s to 34 more years!

I intended to tell you all about my fabulous date night last night, which was supposed to involve me making my husband very happy by going to a gaming store to buy dice, followed by a delicious Indian dinner out.  Well, date night turned into a wasted trip to the hobby shop (they had only ugly, stupid dice there and I ended up ordering from Amazon while we waited for our dinner), followed by a bland Indian dinner that gave me quite a belly ache on the way home.   I’m still A Happy One, though, because in anticipation of my upcoming dice purchase, I made these:

Two cute little dice pouches – one for my husband and one for me! Adorable, no?

I used a cobble stitch to give it that bumpy, textured look.  I’m so excited about the way they turned out that I’m thinking of making a tiny army of them.  So cute!  Anyway, the pattern is written for a G hook & a very thin yarn, which will give you a bag the size of the white one above (about 3 inches in diameter & 4 inches tall).  I tried to indicate where the changes would be if you’re using a bigger hook & a bulkier yarn, which will obviously give you a slightly bigger finished product (I used a J hook for the gray bag).  Please let me know if you find any errors!

Dice Pouch

1: 6 sc in a magic ring

2: sc inc around (12)

3: *1 sc + inc*

4: *2 sc + inc*

5: *3 sc  + inc*

6: *4 sc + inc*

7: *5 sc + inc* (for bigger hooks/bulkier yarns, stop increasing here)

8: *6 sc + inc*

9: *sc, trc*

10: sc around

11: repeat rows 9 & 10 five times (only repeat 3 times if you’re using bulky yarn)

12: *sc, trc*

13: *6sc + dec* (*5sc + dec* for bulky yarn)

14: *sc, trc*

15: *5sc + dec* (*4sc + dec* bulky)

16: *sc, trc*

17: *4sc + dec* (*3sc + dec* bulky)

18: dbl around

19: sc around three times (sc around only once for bulky yarn) & FO.

20: ch 50 & FO.  Weave the 50ch through the row of double crochet to form a drawstring.

Done!  Easy, quick, and adorable!  I dare you to make just one, and I’d love to see your FOs! })i({


3 Responses to “Dice Pouches for Everyone!”

  1. Brenda September 10, 2010 at 1:12 pm #

    Thanks for the shout out, and I LOVE the dice bags! 🙂 What a cute idea!

  2. withduckandgoose September 10, 2010 at 1:45 pm #


    hey, as a request for a future post, can you please decode crochet patterns? i’m still trying to figure it out, and it isn’t helpful to look online…conflicting info is confusing to a newbie!

  3. ferabeth September 11, 2010 at 11:53 am #

    Sure thing! I’ve actually been working on one, but it’s turning out to be more complicated that I originally intended… Look for it in the near future!

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