If you are like me and don’t want to struggle on laundry day with your bean bag, sew the zipper at least to 2 sides, but 3 is better. 3 yards (kid) or 6 yards (adult) of fabric for the inner lining.
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Pin the other half of your zipper on the opposite side of the bag and sew.
How to make a bean bag chair without sewing. This image courtesy of sewing.org. To make a larger or smaller fabric beanbag chair, simply draw a larger or smaller circle. Fill the bean bag chair.
This pattern includes a muslin lining for ease in filling. Scraps of coordinating fabric for the appliqué. Put the lining inside the bean bag chair, and then stuff it.
A bean bag pillow is very much like a bean bag chair, just has a different shape. I took the pieces apart for photo purposes. In the opening fold the edge over 1 inch and sew down.
Time to make more bean bags so you have lots to play with! 7) topstitch 3/8″ (1 cm) from seams. Press seam allowances to one side, and topstitch.
30” of 3⁄4” wide hook velcro. 8) stay stitch upper edge of bag a scant 1/2″ (1.3 cm) from edge. Sew a bean bag chair that doubles as toy storage!
Use enough foam to make the chair comfortable, but it. Time to sew the zipper to the right side of the fabric. Pin in place and sew using a zipper foot.
Press seam allowances to one side, pressing all in same direction. Use this free printable sewing pattern to make a bean bag chair for your teen to use when watching tv, playing video games, or gossiping with his or her friends. Fold the opening in the center of each rectangle and match up the seams in the middle.
You need to leave a gap (you can see it in the upper left hand corner of this photo) where you will turn the bag right side out. When i gave it to my daughter she ran around the house gathering up all. Open your zipper most of the way and place one side, near the edge of your fabric.
Multiply the circle's diameter by 3.14. Fill the bean bag with shredded foam. From raw edge, clip seam allowance at 1/2″ (1.3 cm) intervals.
Starting at the fold sew in 4 to 6 inches on each side. It helps to have two people do this so you can have one person holding the bean bag opening and another person working the foam into the bag. 3 yards (kid) or 6 yards (adult) of fabric for the outside cover.
I’d suggest giving the bean bag a minute or two to let the hot glue fully harden before you start playing with it. Measure the circle's diameter, and draw a second identical circle. Add velcro or heavy duty snaps to the opening.
This is also the hole you will use to insert the bean bag filler: Bean bag pellets (1 bag for kid size, 3 bags for adult size) or pillow stuffing.