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« on: December 23, 2009 07:26:54 PM »

I saw dulcet's dice bag for her husband, http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=322077.0 and at the very last minute I decided to make my brother a dice bag for Xmas. Like, yesterday, December 22. The only problem was that dulcet's bag looked really hard to make. So I did what I do best, and winged it. Smiley

I decided to make a d10 bag instead of a d20 bag, since my brother is just getting into Aberrant (a d10 based game by White Wolf). I also just sewed a simple bag shape to the inside instead of making a lining that was the same shape as the outside. I stuffed poly-fiberfill around the bag so it would always look like a d10. Finally, instead of putting in a zipper (oh horrors), I sewed in some snaps. It kind of messes up the way it looks, but I don't have time to rip it all out, so it'll do.





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« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2009 07:44:16 PM »

What an awesome idea! I think I might make one and just stuff it like a pillow. That way our D&D group has something to throw at each other in frustration!!
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« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2009 06:36:59 AM »

I googled the pattern on evilmadscientist, and they have one for a d12 now that I want to try and make.  I would try and wing it like you, but I can barely sew a straight seam, so I'm going to at least start with the pattern.  I have some leftover royal blue canvas that I want to use, and the numbers on your bag would look very nice with it.  Do you mind telling where you got them?  Excellent bit of improv, and I know your brother is going to love it!  Guys are great about not noticing the wonky bits of things anyway. Wink
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« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2009 08:24:04 AM »

Sure, no problem! I got the numbers from Michaels. There was a little bin on the floor near the iron on letters and tshirt transfer section. I looked through the bins and most of the numbers were .99 apiece. The yellow ones were .49 apiece for some reason, so naturally I selected the yellow ones. I couldn't find any 0s, so I wound up using a o instead, which was the full .99.

I saw the d12 and d20 patterns. to figure out how to do this one I did a search for polyhedral models with flaps. I blew one side up, cut out a pattern piece, and then sewed together according to the picture I found online.

Yes, Justin liked it a lot and he didn't mind that it (according to my husband) looks a little like a purse.
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« Reply #4 on: December 28, 2009 08:41:27 AM »

Very cool! I know a few people who would LOVE this!
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