In motion:mahjong tote and tile sets, Alpacas, assorted zip bags, Suebees, Raccoons. In the planning stage: messenger bags, Spinnys, Tillies, large Kipsters, Tillies, large Zinis.
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Mahjong, Scrabble, Rummikub, Canasta, Playing Card Bags
The Slide is designed for Mahjongg cards and coins.
The large Zini will hold 165 Mahjongg tiles, plus a few more.
The Racker is a long drawstring sleeve, designed to store your Mahjongg racks, with or without pushers.
The Tote-ster and large Zini set hold your Mahjongg racks with pushers and your tiles.
The zippered Tote-ster and large Zini set hold your Mahjongg racks with pushers and your tiles.
Use my Suebee Drawstring Bags to hold your game tiles, such as Rummikub and Scrabble. It also holds a set of Mah Jongg tiles.
My customers tell me because my bags stand up, the tiles don't fall out, it's easy to reach in and pull out the tiles, and much harder to see the tiles while drawing them.
Use the Flatie Jr when you need a flat drawstring bag for your tiles.
The Wisteria was designed for decks of cards such as Tarot.
The Carder is designed to hold Munchkin cards, or any cards that are about the size of a standard deck of playing cards but have more cards in the deck. It will also work for Cards Against Humanity.
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My thoughts on bag size for MahJongg tiles
I think a single set of tiles fits really well into the SueBee and Flatie Jr. bag; the SueBee is a bit roomier that the Flatie Jr. There is still room to “squish out” the bag for putting into Totester or other larger MahJongg bag. I didn’t think I’d like the flat bottom bag, but I do! I am testing the bags with the playing set of 152 American MahJongg tiles, not including extra flowers, seasons, jokers, and blank tiles that often come with the 166 count American tile sets. Chinese sets have 144 tiles (no jokers). MahJongg trivia you probably don’t need...
The Flatie would hold 4 sets of tiles (Imperial Siamese MahJongg) and still have a little room. With a double set, you can easily flatten out the bag to fit in a larger MahJongg bag.
Thanks again for my gorgeous bags!