Buttons!


Posted on August 8th, by Amy in work in progress. 9 comments

Have you covered a button in fabric lately?

It’s so fun to take a scrap and make a custom button!

I found my buttons on etsy  – there’s a variety of sizes available, for this project I went big with 1 1/2″ buttons.

Happy Sewing ~ Amy

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9 thoughts on “Buttons!

  1. 1
    Suzanne says:

    It’s the perfect solution for many projects. :-)

  2. 2
    Jade says:

    What a great idea to use up scraps of fabric that I just can’t bear to part with! Thanks for the suggestion.

  3. 3
    Beth says:

    So pretty! Hope you had an enjoyable weekend!
    Smiles~Beth

  4. 4
    Janet says:

    I finally found your new book at JoAnn’s this weekend and it was on sale!

  5. 5
    Amy says:

    I love buttons!!! Cute stuff!!!

  6. 6
    Sara says:

    Adore the big flower buttons!! Did you use the new button maker for them?

  7. 7
    vicki says:

    I’ve got to try those someday. I think they would be so cute attached to my girl’s hair elastics. :)

  8. 8

    Love covered buttons! I spent a happy day last week covering buttons in Liberty print for my etsy store – it’s so pleasing having a use for every last scrap of such precious fabrics.

  9. 9

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