Here is my pattern for a dragon egg dice bag. I have used a modified crocodile stitch (see my tutorial here) that gives the fabric smaller holes that a normal crocodile stitch. This bag is the right size for one set of Dungeons and Dragons dice, or one set of Shadowrun dice, or a handful of buttons and beads.
For these bags, I have used some mystery yarn from my stash. It’s a metallic, fingering weight yarn, which created a beautiful egg. It’s also a very sturdy yarn, which helps it to hold its shape, although the modified crocodile stitch is also quite good at holding this shape.
I braided three strands of the yarn together for my chord, and I attached wooden beads at the end for added flair. To make sure the yarn stayed around the beads the way I wanted, I added a drop of glue at each end of the beads.
These bags work up very quickly. I made two in one afternoon, and in that time I had three people ask me to make a set for them!
I hope you enjoy making these bags as much as I do!