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Directions for Making Cornhole Bags

Cornhole board games are popular and the perfect outdoor sport to spend a lazy summer afternoon. You can make your own cornhole bags at home with some easy tutorials to guide you well. Prepare this game for the summer and enjoy in your lawn throwing these soft pillow-like bags on a board with a hole to be aimed at.

Here we have put together ways to kick start your summer with these DIY cornhole bags. These bags are easy to make and lasts long when made with the right material. Choose one or more if you like and have fun designing them.

Supplies Needed for the Project;

Cornhole is also known as bags, tailgate, doghouse, Baggo, sack toss, or bean bag depending on the region you stay in. A set of cornhole game has a total of 8 bags per set, 4 each of 2 different colors. Bags are approximately 6” x 6” squares in dimension. The bags are easy to make at home and are cheap too. It’s very cost-effective when compared to the commercial ones available in stores. You need some simple supplies to start making them.

  • Scissors, Ruler, Masking Tape, Glue
  • Sewing Machine/Needle
  • A strong and durable thread (mostly polyester)
  • Fabric – Usually Duck Cloth
  • Cornhole Bag Fill – Corns (traditionally used), synthetic corn, resin pellets.
  • Funnel – Makes it easy to fill the bags with the corn.
  • Weighing Scale – To accurately weigh your bean bag fill.

How to Make Cornhole Bags at Home

  1. How to Sew Cornhole Bag

    You can use Cotton Duck material for the cloth, use corn for the stuffing and double stitch the cloth along the inner sides as mentioned in the tutorial for a lightweight but strong bean bag. Use contrasting colors as they complement each other more than anything else.

    Cornhole Bags DIY

    Cornhole Bags DIY

     

  2. DIY Cornhole Bags

    A common material used to make this filling bag is Duck Fabric. Use heavyweight thread for a durable bag that would bear the flings towards the hole in the board. Vibrant hues will make the game more interesting.

    Directions for Making Corn hole Bags

    Directions for Making Corn hole Bags

     

  3. Cornhole Bean Bag Tutorial

    Make the lawn game more exciting by using a printed cloth or theme prints of your favorite team. Just make sure to use a tough one so that the fillings of corn/beans or similar filling do not fall off. Make a set set of these bags for a fun game.

    DIY Cornhole Beanbags

    DIY Cornhole Beanbags

     

  4. Instructions to Make Cornhole Bag

    Follow this elaborate instruction to effortlessly make an entire set for the game. To be double sure of not tearing the cloth, stitch and glue the seams after filling each bag.

    How to Make Cornhole Bags

    How to Make Cornhole Bags

     

  5. How to Make Regulation Cornhole Bags (Official Cornhole Bags)

    For accurate measurements use scales and remember to stitch only 3 sides before filling the bags. Use a funnel for easy filling of the bag from the third non- stitched side. Follow this step by step tutorial to make a long-lasting bag of cornholes.

    DIY Official Cornhole Bag

    DIY Official Cornhole Bag

     

  6. Homemade Burlap Cornhole Game Bag

    Using burlap will make durable and light bags. For a better version, carve the base with more than one holes, each representing different points.

    Cornhole Bag Tutorial

    Cornhole Bag Tutorial

     

  7. Make Your Own: Cornhole Bag

    Cornhole Bag Directions

    Cornhole Bag Directions

     

    A pleasant weather calls for a good outdoor game and this cornhole game is perfect. You can easily customize the pattern of the bags and the base and create your own rules. There is no turning back for hours after you start this competitive yet light-hearted game.

 

A draft stopper (also known as a door snake, draft dodger, door pillow, draft blocker, etc.) is basically to knock off the cold drafts out to where it belongs. If chilly winds are invading your house, make your door draft stopper with handy things and fabrics available in your house, which won’t cost you a dime.

These draft excluders are simple to make and do not take much of your time. Sewing them needs basic skills and even beginners can make it perfect. With your homemade stoppers, drafts won’t be bothering you anymore this winter! You can experiment with different designs and stay warm indoors to seal the cold wind seeping in from the gaps.

How to Make a Door Draft Stopper

How to Make a Door Draft Stopper

How to Make Door Draft Stopper to Fight Chill this Winter

  1. Door Draft Stopper DIY

    This elegant draught excluder is a great handmade addition to your interior doors to keep your house cozy. You can use heavy cotton fabric to make this one and add embellishments and lace to give it a vintage look.

    Door Draft Stopper

    Door Draft Stopper

     

  2. Door Draft Stopper Pattern

    This draft guard is made using scraps of fabric sewed and patchworked in a draft stopper. You can use colorful printed fabric cuttings to make it bright and add embellishments like small poms to add a dash of an element to it.

    DIY Draft Stopper

    DIY Draft Stopper

     

  3. Make Your Own Denim Door Draft Stopper

    Turn your old denim into a useful wind draft stopper. It’s inexpensive and can be a great recycle project for the coming winters. This jeans stopper slides under your door and blocks out all air that would try to get in.

    DIY Denim Door Stopper

    DIY Denim Door Stopper

     

  4. DIY Rice Draft Stopper for Window

    This is a cute draft stopper which is stitched in no time and filled with rice to keep the breeze off from penetrating inside the room. An ideal craft to keep your room warm this winters.

    How to Make a Window Draft Stopper

    How to Make a Window Draft Stopper

     

  5. Double-Sided Door Draft Stopper for Doors

    This is quite a useful creation to keep light and wind away from peeping from the door gaps on a chilly day. A double-sided door draft which will slide down the door and make no noise while the door opens. You can use printed fabrics with quirky patterns to give your room a colorful element.

    Under Door Draft Stopper

    Under Door Draft Stopper

     

  6. Mismatched Door Draft Guard Pattern

    A great tutorial to put your missing socks into use. To repurpose old things and create a new project is surely an exciting thing for kids. Try your hands on this DIY and make some eye-catchy vertical door cold stoppers.

    Socks Door Draft Snake

    Socks Door Draft Snake

     

  7. How to Crochet a Door Draft Excluder

    This is surely a treat for all crochet lovers. You can add colorful yarn to this draft stopper to make it more appealing and gather compliments from guests. This is a great design to gift it on holidays to your loved ones.

    Crochet Draft Stopper

    Crochet Draft Stopper

     

  8. Easy Draft Excluder Pattern

    The thick cotton fabric will be a good insulator and keep your room warm. This draft door stopper is easy to create and will be completed within an hour. You need to know basic sewing techniques and voila your winter breeze combat is ready.

    DIY Door Draft Stopper

    DIY Door Draft Stopper

     

  9. How to Sew a Draft Stopper for Beginners

    How to Sew a Draft Stopper

    How to Sew a Draft Stopper

     

  10. Old Tight Sausage Dog Draft Stopper

    You can easily transform your old tights or knee socks into warm and cute dog draft stoppers. This will be a fun craft for kids too. Just stuff your tube tights with some wool and add some embellishments and poppy eyes to beat the cold. The linked tutorial is taken from guardian.com

    Draft Stopper DIY

    Draft Stopper DIY

     

  11. Mickey Mouse Door Draft Blocker

    Are you a Disney fan? If yes then delight your kid’s with their favorite cartoon character and place them under their room doors to stop the air from sweeping in.

    Best Door Draft Stopper

    Best Door Draft Stopper

     

  12. How to Make Door Draft Snakes

    I loved this stuffed door draft snake to keep the chills out and stay warm. You can recycle your old knee socks for this project and use it for windows, doors or even let your little kiddo play with it in his nursery.

    Door Snake

    Door Snake

     

  13. Door Draft Blocker with Patchwork

    This is such an adorable design for a kid’s room. For the door draft fillings, you can use sand, rice, grains, wool, or other things. Just be sure they are firm but don’t overstuff it, otherwise, it won’t be flexible enough.

    Door Draft Stopper Pattern

    Door Draft Stopper Pattern

     

  14. Make Your Own: Under Door Draft Stopper

    The size of the draft stoppers varies according to your door measurements. They can be 24 inches, 32inches, 42 inches, or 72 inches.

    Under Door Draft Stopper

    Under Door Draft Stopper

     

  15. DIY Tree Branch Draft Dodger

    Door Wind Stopper DIY

    Door Wind Stopper DIY

     

  16. Homemade Snowman Door Draft Stopper

    Snowman Door Wind Stopper

    Snowman Door Wind Stopper

     

  17. How to Make Draft Dodgers using Plastic Fillings

    Draft Dodgers for Doors

    Draft Dodgers for Doors

     

  18. DIY No Sew Draft Stopper

    This draft dodger or draft snake is a relief for people who don’t know much about sewing. You simply need to fill long socks or tights with cotton or rice tie the ends into a knot. This easy peasy tutorial won’t take much of your time and will be effective in blocking the cold vibes on a chilly night.

    No Sew Draft Snake

    No Sew Draft Snake

     

  19. Double-Sided Draft Guard Instructions

    For those extra cold days when it’s quite windy, it recommended using a dual draft dodger under your door to keep the draft at bay. A handmade draft dodger will save you from high heating bills and keep you warm and cozy with no pocket pinch.

    Dual Draft Dodger

    Dual Draft Dodger

     

  20. Personalized Jeans Door Guard Draft

    Door Guard Draft

    Door Guard Draft

     

  21. Rainbow Draft Dodger DIY with Plastic Pellets

    One of the best ways to dodge the cold chill of winter from seeping through your windows.

    How to Make a Draft Dodger

    How to Make a Draft Dodger

     

  22. DIY Fabric Door Snake Draft Stopper

    Cut your energy bills this season with these simple DIY hacks and handmade door draft snakes.

    DIY Door Draft Snake

    DIY Door Draft Snake

     

  23. Socks Draft Stopper for Christmas

    I love this stunning design which you can make for the holidays and display it on your front door to decorate your house and beat the chilly breeze at the same time. The red and white socks used for the tutorial will add brightness to your decor on cold dull days.

    Front Door Draft Stopper Design

    Front Door Draft Stopper Design

     

  24. Make A Draft Stopper from Pillow Case

    This is one of the easiest ways to keep your house warm in winters. Transform your old pillowcases into draft stoppers and keep the winds from seeping in the gaps, cracks, and window sills and doors.

    Door Draft Guard Instructions

    Door Draft Guard Instructions

     

  25. How to Make a Simple Draft Guard

    DIY Draft Guard

    DIY Draft Guard

     

  26. Making a Side Door Draft Stopper

    How to Sew a Door Draft Stopper

    How to Sew a Door Draft Stopper

     

  27. Step-by-Step Instructions Double Sided Draught Stop

    This video tutorial helps you to make an easy draft stopper using printed fabric.

    Double Sided Draught Stopper

    Double-Sided Draught Stopper

Clothespin Bags

Sunny days are around and with the warm winds its time to hang our sheets on the clothesline. Finding clothespin to hang your clothes while drying is often a challenge for some, as they end up losing most of them. Thus a peg bag is of great help to stash the clothespin into it and keep them handy whenever needed. You can easily transform leftover fabrics or worn out bags into a clothespin bags and peg holder. There are a lot of creative and unique ways to make clothespin bags from different fabrics and interesting techniques. Sharing some tutorials and DIYs with step-by-step instructions to guide you!

How to Make DIY Clothespin Bag Patterns & Peg Bag Holders

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  1. Clothespin Bag Holder

    Make your own bag for clothespins from printed fabric. An easy to sew project for beginners too. Just follow the instructions and make a useful craft in no time!

    Clothespin Bag Patterns

    Clothespin Bag Patterns

     

  2. Floral Clothespin Bag DIY

    Pegbag DIY

    Pegbag DIY

     

  3. Pattern for Shark Clothespin Bag

    The daily chores of washing and drying clothes can be made fun when kids help you with it. Make this unique and playful clothespin bag which will surely be very exciting for the kids too.

    Clothespin Bag Pattern

    Clothespin Bag Pattern

     

  4. Fabric Clothespin Bag DIY

    It’s very simple and will make your life easier in the summer season: pretty homemade clothes peg holder, easy to hang at the end of your clothesline.

    Clothespin Bag

    Clothespin Bag

     

  5. Easy Clothespin Bag Patterns

    Recycle your old top/tees to make this simple bag to store your clothespins from losing! Don’t buy a peg bag this season and try making the unique ideas yourself!

    Easy Clothespin Bag Pattern

    Easy Clothespin Bag Pattern

     

  6. Blue Ribbon Clothespin Bag Tutorials

    Crochet Clothespin Bag Tutorial

    Crochet Clothespin Bag Tutorial

     

  7. Vintage Clothespin Bag Pattern

    Sewing enthusiasts now have another crafting idea in their kitty to make a peg bag holder with few pieces of fabric with vintage inspired prints. You can do some patchwork on it give it a personalized look. Insert a metallic hanger inside and put it up on your clothing line.

    Vintage Clothespin Bag

    Vintage Clothespin Bag

     

  8. Making a Clothespin Bag 

    Stitch this clothespin bag in a sling style. You can carry it on your shoulders while putting your clothes on the clothesline. A handy and useful bag to make your laundry life easier.

    Sewing Clothespin Bag

    Sewing Clothespin Bag

     

  9. Homemade Clothespin Holder Pattern

    Homemade Clothespin Bag

    Homemade Clothespin Bag

     

  10. Clothespin Bag Patterns from Old Jeans

    Use your old pair of jeans to make some creative bags to hold your clothespin. Handy hanging clothespin bag scoots along with you on the clotheslines.

    Denim Clothespin Bag

    Denim Clothespin Bag

    Clothes Bag from Jeans

    Clothes Bag from Jeans

     

  11. Instructions to Make: Clothespin Bag

    Thes cute handmade peg bags are really easy to sew and make wonderful gifts. You can easily use them to keep other little things as well.

    Pegs Bag

    Pegs Bag

     

  12. Clothes Peg Bag Tutorial

    A unique and embellished clothespin bag for crafters who want to go an extra mile. Make this beautiful bag using laces, buttons, flowers and other accessories of your choice. You can display this in your backyard or garden and gather complements for your creation.

    Clothespins Bag

    Clothespins Bag

    You can add an Amish touch to the clothespin bag, layering the collar and center of the bag with a different fabric.

    Amish Clothespin Bag

    Amish Clothespin Bag

     

  13. Double Clothespin Dress Bag Pattern

    Dirndl Clothespin Bag

    Dirndl Clothespin Bag

     

  14. How to Sew a Clothespin Bag from Burlap

    You can use different fabrics for this tutorial from burlap, denim, canvas, cotton and more natural ones if available. If made in a bigger size you can use it as a laundry bag to carry the dried clothes back to your house.

    Clothespin Bags

    Clothespin Bags

    primitive clothespin bag

    primitive clothespin bag

     

  15. Canvas Clothespin Bag0

    It’s a sturdy bag to keep your clothespin intact and can be great for outdoors as well as indoors.

    Canvas Clothespin Bag

    Canvas Clothespin Bag

     

  16. Little Dress Apron Clothespin Bag

    Once you have stitched the fabric, insert your hanger in the sleeves and you are ready to hang up your bag and fill it with clothespins! I found this design to be very adorable! Follow the step-by-step instructions which guide you well.

    Clothespin Bag DIY

    Clothespin Bag DIY

     

  17. How to Make Quilted Clothespin Bag: Youtube Tutorial

    You can use printed outer fabric and quilting cotton scraps as the inner lining to make it soft and padded.

    Clothes Peg Holder

    Clothes Peg Holder

     

  18. Clothespin Bag Knitting Pattern

    Layered with multiple fabrics, the thick clothespin holder will bring back the memories of childhood while playing in the backyard. You can use them as keepsakes too and use old fabrics to keep those memories alive. You can make it waterproof by adding a plastic material to the exterior of the bag.

    How to Make a Clothespin Bag

    How to Make a Clothespin Bag

     

  19. Embroidered Clothespin Bag

    An old-fashioned design to keep your clothespin in one place using some patchwork techniques and embroidery stitching.

    Clothespin Bag for Pegs

    Clothespin Bag for Pegs

     

  20. How to Crochet Clothespin/Peg Bag Pattern

    Crochet lovers can try making this cute design and hang them outdoors to store the pegs in one place!

    Crochet Clothespin Bag

    Crochet Clothespin Bag

     

  21. Free Pattern for Clothespin Bag

    To make this clothespin bag you will need a hand towel and a hanger with a bar at the bottom. Create 2 pockets by stitching the towel as described and organize your clothespin easily!

    Free Patterns Clothespin Bag

    Free Patterns Clothespin Bag

     

  22. How to Make Bag for Clothespins

    Dress Clothespin Bag

    Dress Clothespin Bag

     

  23. Placemat Clothespin Bag Ideas

    Peg Bag Pattern

    Peg Bag Pattern

     

  24. Free Clothespin/Peg Bag Template

    DIY Clothespin Bag

    DIY Clothespin Bag

    Clothespin Bag Template

    Clothespin Bag Template

     

  25. Recycled Clothespin Bag Project

    Clothespin Bag Holder

    Clothespin Bag Holder

  26. Peg Bag Sewing Pattern Free

    CLothespin Bag Image

    CLothespin Bag Image