This traditional girl scout/ boy scout craft got a remake this year thanks to the Etsy fabric labs. If you missed making one for someone you love this past year for the annual international meet-ups, you can still purchase the fabric here.
You can also make one yourself by tracing teacup bottoms on scrap fabric. This is a great way to stretch those left-over odds and ends you may have laying around your sewing room.
You will need:
Fabric (Scraps Are Fine)
Optional (Teacup or small circle to trace on fabric)
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Step 1: Trace and Cut Out Your Badge
Step 2: Sew the Two Halves Together With a Blanket Stitch
Place the two pieces of the badge together and use a blanket stitch to sew around the edges. A blanket stitch is a modified version of a normal stitch that is done by overcasting over the edge to hold it in place. If you knit, this should look familar. If you don't, watch this short awesome youtube video on how to make a blanket stitch.
Step 3: Add Safety Pin
Take a safety pin and work it through the back. Voila you're done. A nice easy scout project that takes 10-20 minutes to complete on average. Great group project.