Cut the fabric 4 1/2 inches by 4 1/2 inches (or whatever size you want) and pin the right sides of the fabric pieces together.
Sew all the way around the beanbag leaving a space an inch or two open for turning. I used a 1/4 inch seam for my beanbags. Remember to backstitch at the beginning and end for strength when you turn the bag later.
Clip the corners to allow for less bulk and turn the beanbag right side out.
Fill with dried beans and then topstitch around the bag closing up the hole used for turning.
I put too many beans in my bags(i like them full), so I could only topstitch two of the sides.
Tip: Use pins as a barricade to keep the beans away from the edge you are sewing. I didn't take a picture of this step so use your imagination:)
Here they are in all their adorableness.
Finish the bags, take pictures and then let baby (who should be sleeping but is not) play with them in his adorable fuzzy jammies.
I am linking up to some of these super fun blogs:)