Wooden Four-Across Game

Kasey and Justin Pearson's heirloom-quality, four-across game is handcrafted from handsome maple.

$60.00

created by

Kasey and Justin Pearson

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A Whittle Competition

The reigning pro was ready to face off with his toughest competitor. In the end, though, Grandma was crowned the new game-night champion. Built to last for years of fierce-- but friendly!--play, Kasey and Justin Pearson's heirloom-quality, four-across game is handcrafted from handsome maple. The objective is to connect four of discs of the same color next to each other horizontally, vertically, or diagonally before your opponent gets the chance. Handmade in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Kasey and Justin Pearson didn’t set out to start a business, but their hobby turned into one. In 2012, the Greensboro, North Carolina, couple started making custom cornhole sets for friends and family as gifts. As they created more designs, their fun hobby quickly grew into a family business. Soon they were creating a variety of giant wooden games for all kinds of occasions.

The Pearsons are passionate about their work and they love brainstorming new product ideas together. Kasey uses her creativity to design, paint, and sew, while Justin uses his handyman skills for the construction of their pieces. They’re always looking for new ways to create unique games and are honored that their creations entertain players around the world.

Made in the USA
Made from
maple plywood
Measurements
13" L x 11.5" H x 5.5"
Ingredients
Care
Do not leave outdoors. Avoid moisture. Clean with damp cloth if needed.
Notes
Includes 42 playing pieces (2 colors).
Item ID
42082

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We were really pleased with the original plastic four across game but to have it made it wood seems as if it will last forever and look really pretty. SO we bought two games, one for each grandchild.

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