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check out my thread on how to make a bean bag chair using any craft that can make a rectangle.   http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1381456/in-response-to-creating-a-knitted-crochet-or-fabric-bean-bag-chair-it-can-be-done-by-loom-or-hand-knit-or-fabric-see-here/0_80
See my thread on making a bean bag chair using any craft that can make a rectangle.   http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1381456/in-response-to-creating-a-knitted-crochet-or-fabric-bean-bag-chair-it-can-be-done-by-loom-or-hand-knit-or-fabric-see-here/0_80   Hope this helps
additional note - if you knit or crochet a bean bag chair;  if you still have visual (holes) where you can see the white garbage bag inside or are leaking stuffing cause you did not use a garbage bag;  you can always use knitted spool cord to weave it in and out of the holes or use fabric strips to create texture on the bean bag chair and hide any holes that may appear out of use.     Knitting 3 stitches repetitively will make spool cord any length you need....
see this link: http://www.pickles.no/puff-daddy-knitted-stool or  http://www.flaxandtwine.com/2012/04/tweed-pouf-easy-chunky-knit.html   42 stitch's in garter stitch, rectangle shape;  stitch together both ends of the rectangle creating a cylinder  then spool knit a cord to  bind the sides leaving room on one side to stuff with the foamy materials (can also untie and re-stuff if the materials get flat) I asked my daughter Emily; she is 13 if she would be interested...
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