Fleece Projects Series: Fleece Bean Bag Chair
From tiny tots to teens, and even most adults, loads of people enjoy falling into the gentle and accepting throws of a fleece bean bag. Because of the material and the stuffing, a fleece bean bag is highly malleable, which means it will effortlessly shape to your body for the most comfortable lounging experience ever. Fleece is also soft and gentle on the skin, making the whole package deal one big stress relief. The fleece bean bag shape and size can be adapted to fit a child or an adult. Another benefit to this cozy chair is that it is lightweight. This means you can carry it to any room in the house easily. So if you are in the mood for a fun and easy craft that will yield results that you can snuggle up with, come along and learn how to make a bean bag chair today.
Here's what you'll need
Anywhere from 2.5-5 yards of material depending on the size bean bag that you want (for a child-size bean bag try about 2.5-3 and an adult's 3.5-5)
2 Zippers (one small zipper for the inner lining and one larger one for the outer case)
Filler including pellets, Styrofoam, plastic, or even packing peanuts. You ca also use material stuffing or even old clothing in a pinch (though it won't be as cushy).
Here's what to do
Now that you know how to make a bean bag chair, here are a few tips to help you along the way:
You can make your bean bag chair interior from a basic cotton material and save the fleece for the cozy outer cover.
Zippers make for easy removal and re-stuffing. You'll be thankful for an easy removal method the first time you drop food onto your bean bag and you need to wash the outer case. And re-stuffing, especially for the foam pellets is an inevitability since they condense and shrink with time and usage.
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| October 22, 2017
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