It all counts, you know that! Well, then again, I think those would be more fun to look at while you sew than mending jeans, replacing zippers, ....:-}pokey
I think sewing on any kind of scout badges should earn points in heaven--it is definitely sewing, but not necessarily of a therapeutic nature. But then I was always doing boy scout badges, so I did them by hand because you were always having to remove something and replace it with something else. I had two sons in scouts and DH was a scout leader. Lots of badges!! : )
Yes, by all means it counts! That's what Grandmas do. I remember sewing on boy scout badges. Some of the moms glued them on...
It sure does count !!It may not be the sewing you would have liked to do , but sewing just the same........Are you being a good Grandma??
I think it counts! But then again, I am an Army wife who for the past 25 years or so has had to sew patches onto Army uniforms! Nothing made me happier than when the latest uniform design came with Velcro for some of the patches!
Anything with a needle counts, except if you are trying to find one in a haystack.
Ofcourse it counts Freda.Nice badges you have there.Greetings from the Netherlands.
Most definitely. The little smiling face at the end of the day is totally worth it : )
Well, ok. Then can I count ice cream as lunch?
Of course it counts and I'm betting your favorite girl scouts thought it was a most wonderful thing to do.
I have sewn many a GS patch on vests in my years as a GS leader and mom (have 4 daughters). I feel I found just about the easiest method to sew them on - position the patches with a small dab of hot glue then sew them on with nylon (clear) thread in the top of your machine and a color to match your vest or whatever in the bobbin. As the nylon thread is sometimes harder to work with it is very forgiving and makes sewing those badges on a breeze.
I also sewed a lot of Cub Scout badges by hand and it was a big pain. I'm glad to see there are better methods now - such as "girlsfour" offered above.Lillianlillianscupboard.wordpress.com
Oo, eek! Those days are far behind me, thank goodness! At least now I'd know how to appliqué properly! LOL