Craftisum Resin Petals Edge Electroplated Plastic Sewing Buttons 50 Pcs - 18mm, 23/32"

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"Moms are like buttons - they hold everything together", Very true evaluation.
Button size: [Ligne] 28L, 18mm, 23/32"
50 pcs of PVC sew on buttons.
Design: Electroplating plastic imitation metal texture, lighter weight, won't pull your clothes down.
Buttons are most simple, but necessary items for sewing.
Since plastic goes into the buttons manufacturing,buttons became mass-produced, cheap and cheerful options for fasteners and decorative finishes.
You never know when you'll need buttons for a sewing project, then store some buttons make sure you'll have button supplies when needed.
Replace these buttons to style up your old or basic clothes, shirts or skirts.
Unique style brings a different fashion style, add details and colors, more eye-catching.
Simply a button benefits a unique style that often has the finishing touch, best match with front of button up shirts for women.
How to sew or replace a button.
Tips: Button threads have many colors, Choose the same or close color to the buttons.
Recommended to use button sewing threads when attaching buttons, This thread is thicker in diameter and stronger than ordinary sewing threads.
If you use ordinary sewing thread, you need to sew a few more times when you doing the following steps.
1. Tie a knot at the end of the thread, start stitch at the point where the button is ready to be sewn.
2. Let the needle and thread go through the button hole and out from the other side.
3. Stitch in the clothes, pass the needle threads through the button hole again.
4. Pull the threads on the back to tighten the sewing, leaving about 2 mm spacing between the clothes and the buttons.
5. Continue to sew the threads between the hole and the garment 3 to 4 times.
6. Wrap the thread below the button 3 to 4 times with needle.
7. When winding the last circle, let the needle pass through the middle of the wire.
8. Slightly tighten the threads.
9. Stitch the needle and thread through the clothes, tie a seam knot under the clothes.
10. Cut off the excess threads, completes the sewing of a button.