Danielle's Easy Camp Crafts workshop was a big hit. A long time Girl Scout tradition is that little girls, at the beginning of their GS career, make a sit-upon. These comfortable, waterproof, portable cushions protect little (or big!) bottoms from the cold, wet, dirty ground or floors. In my (girl) era, these involved oil cloth, newspapers, a hole punch and gimp (plastic lacing.) But no more - there's a new way to do it and it's easier! And cheap! And cute! Here's a couple that were made in the workshop.
Wouldn't these be a hit at your kids' or grandkids' sports events? DD bought me two attractive bags for thirty cents each - I'm going to make a couple of these for my front porch to use next summer as I sit on the steps to drink my 5 am coffee in the rising sun.