Free pattern! Whee! I promised you a few holdover freebie while I’m getting through a sweater design that’s slowing down the dragons, and here’s the first of the bunch!
This dice bags houses the luck-wielding devices of a level 4 half-elf druid named Keldan. His finest moment in battle was an inspired transmutation in which he turned into an enormous tree, holding a door shut against a boss and her outsider minions for three full rounds while our barbarian tank gathered her wits. He is very good with brambles and his hawk companion, Fara, has been known to save the party from doom with a well-aimed swipe of her talons.
You can sell stuff made from this pattern!
I know not many of you are likely to do a booming trade in handmade dicebags for Pathfinder geeks, but if you do, feel free to use this pattern. I’m licensing it under CC BY-SA. In short, that means you can use this pattern to make items you want to sell or use it as the basis to do something new under two easy conditions. (1) Anywhere you sell items made from this pattern, please include the following attribution: Designed by Melissa Walshe, Variations on a String. (2) If you make a new pattern that build substantially off of this one, please make it available to other folks under the same terms.
This license will not apply to all of my patterns, so pretty please do read the copyright line carefully before you use my patterns for for-sale items. 🙂
Techniques you might need for this pattern!
Adjustable Loop Cast-On
Yes, this is a crochet technique. Just pop the crocheted stitches onto your needles as you make them. It works, I promise, and when you finish, you’ll be able to cinch that bad boy nice and tight.
Nothing too fancy about this i-cord, but if you haven’t worked it before, learning from a video if much easier than learning from written instructions.