Turning old shirts into new dice bags.


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After much practice, I think I've found the perfect technique for turning old tee shirts into dice bags.

Sample 1, Sample 2, Sample 3

You can buy this one or this one on my Etsy shop.

If you have a shirt you'd like converted, PM me and we can discuss commission rates.


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Arutema wrote:

You can buy this one (NOT ANY MORE :) or this one on my Etsy shop.

Silver Crusade

Oh damn, that's cool! But I was honestly more hoping for a tutorial :D

Grand Lodge

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Nirvon Kisk wrote:
Oh damn, that's cool! But I was honestly more hoping for a tutorial :D

I mostly go by this tutorial with a few changes. You'll want to slap a layer of iron-on interfacing on the back of the shirt first. June Tailor makes one designed for tee shirt quilts that I prefer, though other tailors swear by Pellon 950F. Additionally, while the linked tutorial has you seam rip the seams to allow the drawstrings through, I just sew buttonholes in the outer layer for the same effect, prior to sewing anything else.

Grand Lodge

I'm a bit low on stock at the moment, but what I have left is on sale for Black Friday.


Wow this is a very cool! And thanks very mush for the tutorial.
I have been painting for many years, but recently I started painting on fabric with acrylic paint pens or paints like this https://artistro.com/collections/all and also repair old clothes, mostly on T-shirts. But I don't always know what to do with them. I also really liked this idea: https://youtu.be/rLg-WJ3dofc but for a blanket you need a lot of old peices of clothes at once, so it's not very convenient for me...

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