Published at Tuesday, November 27th 2018. by Ingrid Trevino in Armchair.
The DIY beanbag chair featured in the 2015 June July issue of magazine. This is a really fun issue, because we show you how to give your bedroom a complete makeover with a lot of really great and simple projects for the images and written directions of this project. You can grab your copy of Kiki at Barnes & Nobles, Michaels or Kiki mag comm. These pieces here are 36 inches square, and this beanbag is very huge.
So if you want a smaller beanbag chair, you could make it 24 inches square or any other measurement that you want. If you want it smaller, as you can see, I started with a 36 square inch paper pattern that I use to cut out my other pieces as a guide. It was super helpful. You may want to make a paper pattern first, after your 6 squares are cut out and ready to go, you want to pick out four squares and separate them into two pairs in each pair. I lay the two pieces on top of each other front to front, then I pinned one side of each pair and sewed a half inch straight line seam over it.
So, instead of four squares, I turned my two pairs into two long rectangles. You may want to take your time, because these pieces are so big, then you open those two pairs now lay the two rectangles on top of each other right sides together, just like before pin the remaining two short sides together and sew in the same manner as Before when you finish sewing these two sides, you will have a large tube of four squares sewn together, pause and trim all of your seams in half and press them open. This is good practice for sewing in general.
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