Cornhole Beanbags

Oct 2, 2013
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The birds and bees adorning these beanbags are created by working colors over the strands not being used.  It is a great project for colorwork beginners.  The filling is encased in an internal fabric pouch, so it won't spill out.

Designer Brenda K. B. Anderson

Finished Size Each bag measures about 6" × 6".

Yarn Caron One Pound (100% acrylic; 812 yd [743 m]/16 oz [453 g]): #0611 ocean (A), #0580 soft sage (B), 1/2 skein each; #0504 peach (C); #0586 jonquil (D), #0503 black (E), #0501 white (F), ¼ skein each.

Hook Size H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Notions A piece of cardboard cut to 5.5" × 5.5" for template. ¾ yd cotton fabric; sewing pins; sewing machine and thread; 16 cups of filling (this can be feed corn, dried beans, or for a more weatherproof

game poly pellets); measuring cup; funnel with hole large enough for filling to move through; yarn needle; st markers (m).

Gauge 12 sts and 10 rnds = 4" in esc worked in the rnd.


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