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Check out my crocheted buttons. So cute, right? I crocheted circles with my worsted weight hemp yarn and then used white scrap yarn to make one single straight stitch or a crisscross stitch with a tapestry needle. Here's the pattern:...
covered button tutorial
Here is a tutorial to make the covered buttons, used in designs such as my Richard the Roundhead Tam, and Scatness Tunic. (These instructions can also be found in my book Colours of Shetland.) You will need: a plain button with a 1 in / 2.5cm diameter; thin cardboard (eg cereal box), sharp scissors, sharp…
25 *More* Things to Do With Fat Quarters - Crazy Little Projects
If you love sewing and want to use up some of your smaller pieces of fabric, these projects made with fat quarters are a perfect project for you. Try these 25 fun things to do with fat quarters that are quick and easy and fun to sew!
Threads - Threads is the premier magazine for sewing enthusiasts - people who are passionate about sewing garments, home furnishings, gifts, and accessories.
Threads is the premier magazine for sewing enthusiasts - people who are passionate about sewing garments, home furnishings, gifts, and accessories.
SALE - - - set of 8 Birch wooden buttons ... crochet on wood
These eight wooden buttons are made out of birch. The front and back were sanded to make it smooth to touch. I finished them with a crochet on wood. Size: - Two buttons with 4 holes in the red crochet is 1.5" in diameter. - Two buttons with 4 holes in the green crochet is 1.5" in diameter. - One button with 6 holes in the blue crochet is 1.75" in diameter. - One button with 5 holes in the red crochet is 1.37" in diameter. - Two buttons with more holes is 1.25", 1.62" in diameter…