I have the boards for the game, but the bags are missing. I was wondering if anyone had bags they would like to sell. The boards are iowa state colors, so red and yellow bags would be preferable.
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I bought some from eBay 3 or 4 years back. They're the duck canvas bags filled with corn - I guess that's the "regulation" kind. The bags are two layers of fabric and double stitched. I think I paid around $20 for the set and they haven't show any signs of wear yet.
Originally Posted by bos
I'm sitting in an milford campsite bathroom right now listening to the sirens and a guy dropping a deuce. Please god don't take me now like this.
They're really easy to make. Just got done with my set not too long ago. My mom is a quilter so I just had her do it, 16oz. duck cloth, I think 4x4" squares. filled with 1lb of corn... I put birdseed in mine because they don't swell as much if they get wet... Got really wet on sat. and hopefully they will unswell... anybody have any ideas of other fill that I could use? Or where I could get some of those beads at?
Also something that I did, was bought some lights that go under the holes. They are run on a 9V battery. I think I paid around 50 buks w/ shipping and handling. Took me awhile to find a place to be able to order 2 different colors, but deffinately worth it. Let me know if you want the address where I ordered the two different colors.
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