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How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
How to sew a button!
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How to sew a button!

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  • 1. Madison Musselman
  • 2. Step 1: Thread the NeedleI seriously hopethat you can figurethis out on yourown, if you can’tyou probablyshouldn’t besewing at all. BUTjust in case youdon’t understandhere is a picture!
  • 3. So, yes there are manyStep 2: Tying the knot ways to accomplish tying a knot, the main point is to make sure it will hold! Here is the best way I Start with the two know, if you don’t get it ends of your string do any other way you together because want.! we will be using double string. Then, hold the needle in one hand and the string in the other and place them on top of each other
  • 4. Step 2: Continued Now, wrap the string around the needle, three of four times Then, this part is super easy, just pull the twisted part down the needle and down the string. When you near the bottom the string should turn into a knot! SHOWN HERE!
  • 5. Step 3: Begin sewing Simple, just thread the needle through the Now, just pull the fabric string through one of the holes on the button! Then pull until the knot stops This is also a test for if you are a fail at tying knots.. (:
  • 6. Step 4: Securing the buttonNow threadyour needle Now threadthrough the back upsecond hole. through the first hole. Now, just repeat these steps until your button is completely secured to the fabric
  • 7. FYIIf you are trying to sew a button with four holesthe process is pretty much the same. Threadthrough the second hold up through the thirddown through the fourth and up through theoriginal then repeat until button is secure. Thefinishing steps are the same for either buttontype.
  • 8. Step 5: Creating a shaftNow, to make sure your button is easily able to be buttoned youneed to create a shaft for it. Now wrap the string around the button until it is lifted from the fabric (maybe 6-7 Make sure you come times) from the bottom of the fabric and thread through, but don’t thread through the button so your string comes out under the button
  • 9. Step 6: Knotting off the string ALMOST DONE!Make another looparound the button butdon’t pull it tight Pull your needle through the loop and pull it tight. Do this twice then cut the string off as close to the button as possible.
  • 10. ALL DONE!Finished project should look like this!

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