10 Crochet Dice Bag Patterns

Dungeon Masters, gamers, and RPGers, this post is all about you. Isn’t it high time that you stepped up your dice bag game? Satisfy you urge to make—and keep your collection safe and organized—with this crochet dice bag patterns roundup!

CROCHET DICE BAG PATTERNS

When you often play a game that requires the use of multiple dice, carrying, storing, and throwing those dice can become a bother. But you can avoid that nuisance with a practical dice bag.

You can always preserve these little pieces of beauty in a pouch or a little sack which you can create by yourself. This crochet dice bag collection will show you a couple of dice bags you can do-it-yourself!


1. Dragon Egg Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Kawawunga

This dragon egg dice bag crochet pattern is for a drawstring dice bag with elegant ridged textures that imitates a dragon egg. With this Crochet pattern, you can easily make this bag with rich texture and minimal effort!

Dragon Egg Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Kawawunga

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2. Mushroom Crochet Dice Bag Pattern by Craig’s Cottage

Featuring basic stitches with unique stitch counts to create the domed top, this pattern is an easy difficulty, and well worth picking up!

The finished product has a very sturdy design, and measures about 5 inches tall and 6 inches wide. It is spacious enough to hold over a dozen sets of dice, and sturdy enough to support over 1.5 pounds of weight! It makes a great gaming accessory, but can be used to hold whatever you’d like!

Mushroom Crochet Dice Bag Pattern by Craig's Cottage

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3. Zelda Triforce Crochet Dice Bag Pattern Free by Ninja Cat Crafts

Here’s a pattern for a Zelda inspired drawstring bag. Use it for dice, use it as a gift bag, use it to keep your crochet bits in – it’s entirely up to you!

Zelda Triforce Crochet Dice Bag Pattern Free by Ninja Cat Crafts

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4. Crochet Dice Bag Pattern by Chai Sips Designs

This cute little bag is a super fast project. They’re great for nerdy game nights as a dice bag, or as a party favor pattern for a dragon or dino themed party.

The pattern includes one body bag option with 3 back ridges and 2 tail types. Changing the type of string can easily make it a drawstring or tie option. 

Crochet Dice Bag Pattern by Chai Sips Designs

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5. D12 Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Rae Blackledge

Every dad enjoys a day of golf or needs another tie, some prefer to roll for initiative and see what’s in the next dungeon. This dice bag, shaped like a d12, is a perfect “bag of holding” for all your role-playing essentials.

This crochet dice bag will help you score a critical hit with your favorite gamer.

D12 Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Rae Blackledge

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6. Mother Of Dragon Dice Bags Crochet Pattern by Rachy Newin

This Mother of Dragons Dice Bag is perfect for anyone who loves gaming, Game of Thrones, or both. It is designed to have smaller holes than the typical crocodile stitch, making it better suited to carrying around dice and other items, even when unlined. 

Mother Of Dragon Dice Bags Crochet Pattern by Rachy Newin

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7. Large Dragon Potion Bottle Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Yarn Viking

This is an intermediate pattern for those that are familiar with amigurumi/stuffed toys. The potion bottle can comfortably hold 12 sets of dice, if you make the neck longer it can hold more.

There is also a pattern for the dragon and instructions on combining the two. 

Large Dragon Potion Bottle Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Yarn Viking

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8. Succulent Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Craig’s Cottage

The finished product has a very sturdy design and keeps its shape well despite how wide it is. It measures about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide, with so much space it can fit almost a dozen sets of dice! It makes a great gaming accessory, but can be used to hold whatever you’d like or to just look pretty on the coffee table!

Succulent Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by Craig's Cottage

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9. Plush Beholder Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by More Than 1 Way Crochet

This adorable dice bag version of the tyrannous Beholder is inspired by tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder. It’s a perfect way to hold your dice, and show off your nerdy pride.

Plush Beholder Dice Bag Crochet Pattern by More Than 1 Way Crochet

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10. Crochet Dice Bag Pattern Free by Sunshine’s Grove

Dice bag can also be used for other purposes. You can place your crochet supplies, small toys, and buttons kind of stuff to stay organized.

The best part about these crochet dice bags is that they stand still and stay upright. No chance of spilling what treasure is inside.

Free Crochet Dice Bag Pattern by Sunshine's Grove

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THAT’S BEEN OUR LIST FOR THE BEST CROCHET DICE BAG PATTERNS.

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Not a gamer? Don’t worry! These crochet dice bags are excellent utilities when you are traveling. You can use them as a secure purse to carry keys, coins, cash, or even jewelries. Have fun crocheting these crochet dice bag patterns!