Rearview Mirror Hanging Dice

Rearview Mirror Hanging Dice


Rearview Mirror Hanging Dice

"This pattern is same as on my old pattern Amigurumi Dice. I've reduced the rounds to 6 and filled them with styrofoam to create smaller and firmer dice."

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet Hook2 or 2.25 mm hook (steel), B/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Sizeapproximately 6cm x 6cm x 6cm (2 in x 2 in x 2 in)

Materials List

  • Acrylic or Cotton yarn e.g. Lane Cervinia Caprice / King Kole Bamboo cotton / King Cole Smooth DK in Black and White colours
  • Hook 2.00mm
  • Stuffing material i.e. styrofoam or soft foam cut into 5-5.5cm (2in) cube
  • Pin as a stitch marker used for indicating the end of the previous row
  • Embroidery needle
  • Scissors

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Okay, a little tip of the hat to the Grammar Police. No such word as DICES like no such word as MICES. That said, what a clever gift idea for your favorite rocker! I can think of several people in my life who would get a real kick out of these. My husband is a magician and frequently does tricks with die, so I may make him a set, too.

My oldest brother sported a set of fuzzy dice from the rear view mirror of his first car. I think they were purple. This project brought back that memory. We are not kids anymore and this would be the perfect gag gift as I have not seen dice hanging for quite some time.

I have been looking for a pattern like this to make for my son's car! I want to use eyelash yarn (fuzzy dice). I am not sure I want to use styrofoam blocks for the inside of the dice though. Does anyone have any suggestions for another way to have the dice hold their shape? Simply stuffing them would make them somewhat rounded.

Hmm, I cannot think of another way to firmly fill these car dice, so I am going to suggest another way around that dilemma. Maybe look at adding the structure to the crochet side of the dice by slipping color matching pipe cleaners down all the sides? Personally I think the styrofoam is perfect.


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