8/31 | DIY Bean Bag Chair

Thanks to Fairfield World for providing us with the bean bag filler and Fiskars for providing us with the scissors and for both being an awesome brand partners! DIY_BEANBAG_CHAIR
Hey Guys! Today we have a fun tutorial for you. I am super excited to share how to make your own DIY Beanbag Chair! I’m sure you have seen lots of giant floor pillows and beanbag chairs made for multiple people. But if you have seen the price tags on those guys, they are not so cool. That is why we decide to make our own filled with Biggie Beanbag Filler! It was a lot of fun to make and the end product is amazing! It is so comfy and has been a hot commodity when I have friends come over! It is great for adding extra seating in dorm rooms or your room at home! Pick your favorite fabric and follow the video tutorial! If you can use scissors and sew a straight line, you can make this DIY Beanbag Chair!
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So what did you think? Not so hard, right? If you want to make it even easier, I highly recommend using these Fiskars RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears for Tabletop Cutting. They cut through fabric like nobody’s business and make cutting a straight line on a flat surface a breeze. If you have any questions at all, just leave me a comment on the video or on this post and I will be sure to help you out. I really hope you all enjoyed this tutorial and enjoy your beanbag once you make it!
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19 thoughts on “DIY Bean Bag Chair”

  1. do you cut the piece that is 26″ x 27″ in half for the zipper or do you cut two more pieces that are 26″ x 15.5″?

  2. This tutorial was so confusing. So to clarify:

    There are 4 pieces that are 45″ x 26″. 1 piece that is 26″ x 26″. 1 piece that is 26″ x 27″. and 2 pieces that are 26″x15.5″ (8 pieces total?).

    You say in the video to cut the 26″x27″ square in half to make 26″x15.5″, which doesn’t make sense because 15.5 + 15.5 = 31??

    After you sew on the 26″x26″ base, what do you do next exactly? you take the two 26″x15.5″ pieces and sew a zipper in between? But what do you do with the 26″x27″ piece?

    A lot of people have questions about this in your video, please explain!

    1. I thought they made that side that size because you will need that added 1 inch for th e zipper (1/2 inch for each side of the zipper). I’m not sure where that 26″ x 15.5″ measurement came from. LOL. And yes I agree, it is confusing. Materials used and the amount should be indicated on the tutorial like how long of a zipper do you need, etc.

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