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

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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: .