Nov 262009
 

Devon pulled out his amazing, hand-made chainmail dice bag Tuesday at NYCR and everyone immediately swarmed to check it out. Much like the mythical Turducken packs three meats in one, this amazing bag pulls together three geeky memes, D&D, DIY, and Ren faire chic, into what may be the greatest dice bag ever made.

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  4 Responses to “Devon’s Chainmail Dice Bag == Turducken of geeky awesome!”

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  1. Way cool. i'd buy one of those. 🙂 Open an Etsy shop.

  2. Nice bag, I make them too. I alternate rows of metal and neoprene rings to speed up the process, and to give the bag a bit of stretchiness – takes some of the pressure off the metal.

  3. Hello, My name is also Devon and I have also knitted a chain-mail dice bag. Words of wisdom for those of you interested in them. They will wear down the edges of your dice. you may be able to prevent this by lining your chain-mail bag with cloth but that can get rather complicated. They also don't close as well as cloth dice bags so if you're tossing it around you may loose a few dice. My wife made me a cloth zippered dice bag that i put into my chain-mail one.

  4. Hello, My name is also Devon and I have also knitted a chain-mail dice bag. Words of wisdom for those of you interested in them. They will wear down the edges of your dice. you may be able to prevent this by lining your chain-mail bag with cloth but that can get rather complicated. They also don't close as well as cloth dice bags so if you're tossing it around you may loose a few dice. My wife made me a cloth zippered dice bag that i put into my chain-mail one.

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