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Cornhole Boards - Make Your Own Custom Cornhole Boards

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February 21, 2019

Step 1

To make the cornhole beanbags, sew four 6-inch x 6-inch bags from durable fabric — such as duck canvas — in the color of your choice. Then sew another four bags in a contrasting color. Fill each bag with 15-16 ounces of hard corn kernels or a synthetic substitute...

February 21, 2019

Step 1

Cut the legs (D), stretchers (E) and braces (F) to length (Project Diagram, Cutting List). Cut the 11-degree angle on one end of each leg. Mark the center point on the width of the board 1-1/4 inches from the end and draw the 1-1/4-inch radius on the other end of...

February 21, 2019

how to make cornhole boards, cornhole designs, cornhole decals

September 30, 2018

Builder your cornhole board set, purchase cornhole bags at www.cornholestop.com starting at $20 a set, select a wrap set or you can design your own cornhole board wrap to give your boards the professional finished look that you want.

How to build cornhole boards (click...

April 20, 2018

#Event

Are you ready to show off your #cornhole skills at Warren's Big Brew - Home

brewing and #Craft #Beer #Festival? We've teamed up with Michigan Cornhole to make sure our Cornhole Tournament is the best it can be! Your $25 registration includes entry to the festival,...

April 20, 2018

https://www.eventbrite.com/d/mi--detroit/bar-crawl/ 

Pub Crawl near me.  Custom cornhole boards for the event would be a popular choice.  Find a put near you that participates in cornhole leagues to get in on the action.

Metro Detroit’s Largest Cinco De Mayo Style B...

July 31, 2017

How to Play Cornhole: Rules, Tips & More

From tailgate parties to high-stakes tournaments, cornhole always makes for great fun and great competition. Read on for an explanation of the rules and tips for your technique.

Whether you’re the “Lord of the Boards” or you’re si...

April 11, 2017

Slickness is pure opinion... fast for a casual player is still to sticky for a tournament player... however here is a scale to help determine if you're in an acceptable range.

How to perform a slide test on your boards.


The scale goes from 16-46" for brand new 100% duck...

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