Bean Bag Chair Tutorial

Saturday, February 14, 2009 Aimee Larsen 6 Comments

This super cute bean bag is made with some of the beautiful prints by Michael Miller. Of course you may recognize the print from the Dick and Jane books we may have read growing up. How lovely!
You can download the tutorial here!
I may be more interested in getting my hands on those super cute prints...oh and I love that Harry the Dirty Dog book. I read it as a child too!
How nostalgic!

6 comments:

  1. O, I am so glad you posted this because I have been looking for a tutorial to do this for a friend of mine's son. I have the Groovy Guitar fabric and the coordinates by Michael Miller to use for it to go in his guitar themed room.

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  2. Wow! I love the fabrics that you used, those are awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this, I'll be linking.

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  3. Super duper! Thank you so much for sharing this with such nice instructions. I've been wanting to make 2 for my boys, but didn't know how to go about it...this is great!

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  4. This would be a great addition to a reading nook at home or at school. As a preschool teacher, I would love to have this in my classroom. Especially with this fabric and especially with a removable cover. I may have found the "end of the year" gift for Mae's preschool director and teacher.

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  5. Thanks for the post it's give an idea what to do in repairing my beanbag furniture. Believe it or not, the bean bag is perfect for Feng Shui because of its shape. Practitioners of the art would tell you that the shape of household items is very important. And when it comes to shapes, circle has that balance factor all accounted for.

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  6. this is fantastic, and it was so easy. Thankyou
    here is my version of your bean bag

    www.danieljacquililly.blogspot.com

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