Before you read this post, I must inform you that I am by no means a professional. Everything I learned was through trial and error or YouTube. 🙂 But I’ve learned a lot over the years and can tell you this is a very simple project. You’re only going to be sewing straight lines.
This step may seem extra since you’ve already sewn the front and back sides together, but because of the nature of this toy you’re going to want to reinforce it. It will be squished and squeezed- probably tossed too. You’re going to want to make sure the tiny inside parts (rice, tiny toys) don’t escape.
These tiny things were probably the most expensive part of the project. (and they weren’t that pricey) I found most of them in with the beads section or the doll house accessories section. Then I used a few things from around the house too- mini erasers, fake penny, buttons, washer, screw, legos, etc. I aimed to get around 20-25 things to put in the bean bag.