Custom Dice Bags

Tired of digging to the bottom of your bag to get that lucky die?  Hate having to pour all the dice out in order to put together one entire set?  Now you can completely open up your dice bag so that everything is easily accessible!  Check out these hand-made, machine-sewn bags with a wide draw-string opening.
  • Mini Bag - $4
    • Holds 25 to 40 standard-size dice
  • Medium Bag - $6
    • Holds 60 to 80 dice
  • Large Bag - $9
    • Holds 80 to 110 dice
  • Large Bag with Pockets - $12
    • Holds 10 to 15 dice in each pocket
    • With room for 30 to 40 more in the middle
I can also add specialized sewn-on patterns (applique), painted stencils, or embroidery for an additional $1 to $5, depending on the size and complexity.  There are some sample pictures in the Bag Gallery.

Come see me in person at a convention or use the Request Form to order a bag individually.  I can meet you locally in the Kansas City area or negotiate on shipping costs.  Contact me through email with any questions.

Recent Announcements

  • So far behind
    Well, yet another KantCon came and went.  It was very successful, and because of my help with Registration and Volunteers, I was able to sell bags with other KantCon merch.  So now inventory is lower than ever.  However, I am slowly getting back into my sewing habit, so expect to see more on the website hopefully soon.  Including a new product I call Dice Wallets!
    Posted Aug 15, 2015, 5:54 PM by Angela Robertson
  • Inventory Low...
    .. because KantCon was such an amazing success!!  My store is fairly empty at the moment because I sold more than I expected this weekend.  I consider this a challenge and hope to have more added soon.  Please don't be afraid to ask for something special through my Request Form.
    Posted Jul 21, 2014, 12:27 PM by Angela Robertson
  • KantCon 2014
    The local summer convention is quickly approaching and this year I will have a vendor table with my entire bag collection for sale.  Come check it out at KantCon!
    Posted Jun 28, 2014, 8:41 PM by Angela Robertson
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