Cornhole Bags

Cornhole bags, or bean bags, are 6”x6” | 15x15 cm fabric bags that an inner fill of corn kernels (traditional) or beads of plastic resin. Because the bags must be thrown, the weight of these bags is regulated to a range of 14-16.5 oz | 440-470 g.

Cornhole bags, or bean bags, are 6”x6” | 15x15 cm fabric bags that an inner fill of corn kernels (traditional) or beads of plastic resin. Because the bags must be thrown, the weight of these bags is regulated to a range of 14-16.5 oz | 440-470 g.

Common Questions
How big are cornhole bags?
Cornhole bags are 6” x 6” (15x15 cm) square bags and should weigh between 14-16 oz (440-470 g).
What is inside modern cornhole bags?
Cornhole bags today are typically filled with plastic pellets, but traditional bags filled with corn kernels are still popularly used.
What were cornhole bags originally made from?
Cornhole received its name because the bags used to play the game were originally filled with corn kernels.
Common Questions
When was cornhole invented?
Modern cornhole was invented in 1883 as a game called ‘Parlor Quoits’ that substituted horseshoes with bean-bags so that the game could be played indoors.
Where is cornhole played?
Cornhole is commonly played in a variety of venues that typically include backyards, bars, breweries, camp sites, and tailgating events.
Why is cornhole popular?
Cornhole has gained popularity for a variety of reasons that may include the simplicity of the game rules, the social nature of competing in teams or watching others play, and the ease of transporting the required game equipment.

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Size: 6”x6” | 15x15 cm
Weight: 14-16 oz | 397-454 g
Material: Fabric, duck-cloth
Fill: Corn, plastic resin

Drawings include:
Cornhole Bag plan

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