Whether you call it Noughts and Crosses, or Tic Tac Toe, this is a timeless game. In its simplest form, all you need is pencil and paper to play. Today's version can be played anywhere - small and light to carry, not to mention, quick and easy to make.
Julie, from Sum of their Stories, shows how to make a Travel Noughts and Crosses Game in a Bag. The noughts and crosses counters are made with scraps of embroidered felt, and filled to give them shape.
I must say I really like the felt counters, but I also like the ones made of sea glass by Wonky Patchwork - both much more fun than my button counters.