D20 Bag

June 20th, 2010 1 Comment

I’ve been working on this D20 bag for a few days now. I kept getting interrupted, ran out of time before guests came over and then got called into work! But I finally finished it. Here is my result.

I tried to match up the numbers to an actual 20-sided die, but I don’t think I managed it.

Here you can see the lining and my hand for size reference.
I was thinking about making these to sell, but I don’t know if I will be doing that. I cut all the little numbers out by hand. I think next time I will look for pre-cut iron on numbers (if I can find them at the store).

If you would like to make your own icosahedron, you can go here:
If you don’t want to cut all those pieces (20 outer, 20 lining, 20 interfacing plus all the numbers!), that website also sells kits.

I might try other versions, too. Like a d12, d8, d10, maybe even a d6 and of course a d4. If I can figure them all out, I might sell them on Etsy. I wonder if dice bags sell well.
What are you thoughts … about the bag, about different versions, about Etsy, about the dice bag market?

Also, my partner received in the Pot Holder swap, so I will try to post those pics tomorrow 😀

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>That is EPIC! It's amazing all the corners hold their shape! (last time I tried something with a few corners near each other, they turned into a sphere.) That bag is too cool