Ntụpụ ụkwụ 1:
Bee niile iberibe. Malite site mpịachi ube agha na Top Back mpempe. Pin na stitch.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 2:
Pin the Top Back onto the top of the Top Seat piece and stitch. Start pinning at the centre then the edges, mfe ndị ọzọ na ebe.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 3:
Pin and stitch the Center Front and Centre Top of the Side Panel pieces right sides together.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 4:
Take the Top Seat and Top Back pieces that were previously joined and carefully pin them in place onto the Side Panel matching the centre point first then pinning around. stitch.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 5:
Pin na Stitch Back na Side Panel. Begin pinning from the Centre Top easing the rest around.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 6:
Pin the Bottom piece to the Side Panel and Back pieces. Kaa pụrụ isi chọta maka zip. Malite kpachie na njedebe nke zip mgbe ichebe na a backstitch. When you reach the start of the zip point secure with backstitch then change stitch size to large and sew the zip seam.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 7:
Fold the ZIP ENDS in half and place across the zip end placements.
Pin na Stitch zip teepu na onuete kwesịkwara iburu n'uche na n'etiti Omume nke ebe Side Panel na Bottom iberibe. Jiri a zip ụkwụ Stitch nso mkpọchi uwe. Gbaa mbọ hụ na-ahapụ zip emeghe a obere na-enwe ike iji nweta nwa oge stitches.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 8:
Jiri nlezianya na-unpick ruo nwa oge stitches na-emeghe na zip. Turn akpa nri n'akụkụ ma n'elu stitch gburugburu mkpọchi uwe n'akụkụ aka nri nke ákwà.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 9:
Fold the remaining ZIP ENDS in half.
With the bag WRONG SIDES out, place the ZIP ENDS over the first ones already sewn in.
Pin and stitch through each ZIP END and the zip tape. Trim the excess from the sides.
Ntụpụ ụkwụ 10:
Tinyegharịa niile gara aga nzọụkwụ ịmepụta otu n'ime akpa jide agwa. Kama na-akanye maka a nnukwu zip, mark for a small 20cm zip along the marked zip line where the side panel and bottom pieces join.
Ahụ na-aga n'ihu ma na jupụta elu gị beanbag!
The outer cover is designed to be removed so you can wash it when needed, while the lining bag retains all the beans.
Filling the bags can be very tricky and messy. It may be easier to do if you use an old plastic bottle with the ends cut off as a funnel. Insert into the zip opening and close the zip up to it to hold in place. Then gently tip or scoop the beans in.