Saturday, 28 February 2015

Woodland Beanbags

Last night I made a set of four woodland themed beanbags as a gift for a very special one year old boy. I added ribbon loops to them so that they can be hung up or flung around with ease. The lentils are stitched into felt pockets first and then the whole thing is encased in some of my favourite (and only!) masculine fabrics. You’ve seen the owl fabric before, which is upholstery fabric from Dunelm Mill, the others are from a fat quarter bundle that I got from Hobbycraft. They have some beautiful fabrics that are often half price. I don’t mind paying £6.50 for six fat quarters and have stocked up on plenty of them in the past twelve months. I’ve been meaning to make a set of bean bags for Jess for ages. She has an elephant one that I made a while ago but I just haven’t got around to making any others yet. It’s just another thing on my long list of crafting things to do.



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