Footbags from a different world: Grid

in #footbag2 years ago


The Grid is an unusual design... maybe more unusual than functional for a footbag. It's got 60 panels with 20 triangular pouches held together with three well-placed stitches. Each little pouch consists of three panels sewn together and filled with a small amount of plastic granulate.

This is a bag that stalls before it even lands; it's pretty much always in a state of collapse. So it's far from a great kicking footbag, though it makes a great Christmas tree ornament!



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It's really quite decorative - but honestly: I don't want to have to sew that ;)

ha ha - yup, I hear ya!

Wow, it seems your footbags keep getting more complex! That’s a lot of panels, you are truly dedicated.

I love that you used this as a tree ornament. The colors are very delightful :)

Thank you so much for sharing. Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!

Yeah once you have made so many, it's actually easier to make designs with more panels rather than less. Thank you and happy new year to you and yours, as well!

Oh wow that’s so cool!

Thank you ~

Looks labour-intensive...Did you make it yourself or did you use cheap labour? ...Maybe you are the cheap labour? Lol.

(Labor if you are American.)

I make these myself, but I'm pretty expensive labor, or expensive arbejdskraft if you're Danish. ha ha

Haha, well being expensive arbejdskraft is much better than the alternative I think. I'm sure you agree. 😁

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