1 fat quarter (makes 6 large-ish bean bags)
dry beans, rice, sand or something else to fill the bags with
Step 1: Cut out your shapes from your fat quarter. You can cut with the pinking shears right away as you are doing this first step, or you can do that later on if you want. I wanted some squares and some circles, but you could do any shape you want, or a variety to make them a teaching toy. To make the squares I cut six 5"x5" squares.
Then to make my circles, I folded over my leftover fabric and traced a cd. I could fit 3 cds, which gave me 6 total circles since my fabric was doubled up.
Sew the opening shut on your machine. If you haven't already, use your pinking shears around the outside edge (be careful not to clip the seams).
Cornhole anyone? (I'm not being creepy, cornhole is apparently a very popular game here in the midwest, but being from CO, I had never heard of it until just recently. I guess it's just beanbag toss, but with a fancy name!)