* Cornhole accoutrements

Posted on July 6th, 2011 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

We spent the holiday weekend at our friend’s beach house on the Oregon coast. Beach house-y activities were requested and we suggested cornhole. They would make the board, and I was responsible for the beanbags (cornbags?)


One set is made from light denim and the other from a thrifted heavy curtain. They are all double-stitched and filled with feed corn. Regulation all the way!


I love this curtain for some reason and have lots of it left. What should I make with the rest?


One Response to “Cornhole accoutrements”

  1. Shannon Says:

    Very sweet! I’ve never played cornhole before but I’ve made beanbags. Love the floral and denim together.


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