The fabric is from a thrifted sheet I had purchased at Goodwill to make morsbags. I didn't do a very good job checking for stains and such before I bought it. I wasn't able to cut out many bag pieces, but I had enough usable fabric for a small project like this. I cut 6" squares, and the bean bags ended up being a little big. When I make more, I'll try 5" or 5-1/2" squares. I lined them with some cheap muslin remnants I picked up at the fabric store so they're nice and durable. If you use denim or a canvas-type fabric, lining them wouldn't be necessary. They're good for stacking, counting, throwing them in a box, balancing them on your head. . . It's amazing what will entertain a 3-year-old. Thanks for looking!
Very cute fabric!ReplyDelete