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  1. Butcher-block Cornhole Boards, Epoxy top

    I was commissioned to build one of the finest sets of cornhole boards ever built. I began by carefully selecting 2×4s for grain and color. I milled these to about 1.5×1.5, and laminated into 12"-wide slabs, alternating reddish and whitish boards. This is both the widest I can run thru my...
  2. Beanbag project

    Cornhole game. This is another Father/Son build. My son designed the flame job.
  3. My first Bean Bag Boards

    A friend asked if I could step away from the furniture for long enough to build a pair of bean bag boards with a Harley Davidson theme. The boards were simple, but paint. OMG, I had no idea what I go myself into. I had them all painted before I realized that you can't just put ANY clear coat...
  4. Bean Bag Games (aka Cornhole)

    Both my wife's and my families like to play, but none of us had our own sets. So, I thought I would make a bunch at once to take advantage of machine set-up. I made a total of six sets (12 boards). I was trying to get them all done prior to our summer vacation, as we wanted to take 2 sets with...
  5. Commissioned Bean Bag Set

    Here is a set of bean bag (or tailgate toss) boards I recently completed for a friend. He saw the Chicago Cubs set (here) that I built as a Christmas gift last year and decided he just had to have one of his own. The boards themselves are 24" x 36" (not the official 'Cornhole' specifications)...
  6. Custom Bean Bag Set

    The first in a round of Christmas gifts created in the shop .. this one is for a dear friend who also happens to be a Chicago Cubs fanatic-standard construction - 2×4 frame, 3/4 plywood top with a custom, hand-painted finish. The hardest part about this project was completing it … I'm a Yankees...
  7. Homemade Cornhole Boards

    I figured I would add a project, it's simple but it's great! I built these cornhole boards out of 5/8" plywood, 1×4 select grade pine, and 1×4 oak for the legs. This is my third set of cornhole boards and they are by far the best of the three. They are built using mostly pockethole joinery...
  8. Blogs
    Introduction Hello Everyone. I have been enjoying lots of posts and classes on this website and I wanted to contribute something as well. I have built many cornhole sets over the past 7 years since my father, sister and I built our first. I believe our current design is great for a portable...
  9. Blogs
    Cutting and Installing the leg slot Cut the last 4 foot piece three times. Cut two one foot legs first, then measure and cut the top piece. It should be about 22.5" or so. Put the legs in the leg slot. Make sure to leave enough room for the legs to slide in and out even after they are...
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