Introduction: A Desktop Bag Toss: Build It With Few Tools

Known by a variety of names - baggo, cornhole, corn toss, etc. - the game's platform dimensions are normally 2 feet by 4 feet. At 11 inches by 7½ inches, this miniature indoor version is designed to sit on a desktop or table. It's well sized for a typical office cube.

Videos giving a blow-by-blow account of the construction are embedded below in this text.  They give a full account of the miniature game's construction - from the initial sawing to the final "bean" bag sewing.  Relatively few and simple tools are used, of which only four are electric (including a sewing machine for the bean bags).

Free plans are available here: http://ccfbllc.com/Desktop_Bag_Toss.html .





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DragonDon made it!(author)2013-10-17

Should have included an actual game being played at the end :) Otherwise, very detailed. nice!

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Adeldor made it!(author)2013-10-18

Hi DragonDon,

Thanks for the kind words!

At the start of the 3rd video, there is a small demo of the game in action. In retrospect, we should have put that at the beginning of all the videos (or the 1st one at least). Learning as we go!

Thanks again.

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foobear made it!(author)2013-10-02

love it

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Adeldor made it!(author)2013-10-02

Thanks!

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