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Dicebag of Holding DIGITAL PDF PATTERN

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***PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DIGITAL PATTERN, NOT A PHYSICAL ITEM. IF YOU ARE WANTING TO PURCHASE A DICEBAG, AND NOT A SEWING PATTERN, PLEASE VISIT EITHER THE IN STOCK OR CUSTOM CREATIONS SECTIONS****

 

Dicebags of Holdings are a necessity in life, whether you are a newb or a Dungeon Master, and with this pattern, you can make your very own. Available in 3 fantastic sizes, these bags close with a drawstring, and have multiple pockets inside to store your special die, yet still room for loose die as well. When you arrive at your destination and are ready to start your quest, it folds open to do double duty as a dice tray.

Finished sizes are: Large 9" tall x 5" wide, 20" diameter when open, Medium 7" tall x 4" wide, 16" diameter when open, Small 5" tall x 3" wide, 12" diameter when open

Make sure to visit the Zelinsky's Patterns of Holding Facebook page for all sorts of helpful tips.

 

Time for the legal bullshit. This pattern is created by and solely owned by Zelinsky’s Bags of Holding. It may not be redistributed without the permission of Zelinsky’s Bags of Holding. It may be used only by individual sewists and makers for personal use or for small batch sale. It may not be used for mass production without specific licensing.Zelinsky's Patterns are written for grown folk, with snark and adult language in the footnotes. Footnotes can easily be bypassed or you can just use the Quick Sew notes, which are fluff free. You've been warned! Once purchased, digital patterns are not returnable, so double check your account and make sure you haven't already purchased it.

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  • 5
    Easy to follow pattern

    Posted by Ericka Lewis on Sep 10th 2021

    I made the largest version for my test and probably would go smaller for future makes. Although my son likes the surface area of the base for a tray he said he felt it was too big for him to carry around for regular use but of course that's personal preference and had nothing to do with the pattern quality itself. The pattern was easy to follow and I loved the tray aspect. Definitely will make again but in one of the smaller sizes to fit the kiddos needs.

  • 5
    Perfect gift for D&D crew!

    Posted by Jen Parker on Jan 3rd 2021

    Stumbled on this pattern after being asked to make dice bags for DS buddies for Christmas. Used some custom dice fabric and made the most awesome gifts ever! Thanks for a great pattern!!

  • 4
    Love this pattern

    Posted by Catherine Jones Warren on Dec 24th 2020

    Made a set of the dice bags for my kids. They loved them. Pattern was easy to follow and sewed up quick.

  • 5
    Dice bag of holding (or dice bag of doom!!)

    Posted by Jules Walker on Dec 14th 2020

    As always Meg has a fun easy pattern... you must read the footnotes on her patterns... just don’t do it with ya mouthful of coffee unless you want to spray it out your nose hahaha

  • 5
    So easy!

    Posted by Theresa Macak on Dec 12th 2020

    Such a cute and easy pattern to follow!