It’s the details that really bring a piece to life and tell of its quality, don’t you think? Piping, double sided satin, lining, pleats, embroidary, crocheted edges, princess seams . . . Sigh.
And buttons. Buttons are always a deal breaker for me. Did your mom have a big jar of random buttons that you would sift through your hands when you were little? Mine did and I would carefully search for the little animals and stars.
Over time it was the mother of pearl and fabric covered buttons that would stop me in my tracks. If I were to find an item with either one of these, the likelihood that I would be buying it would skyrocket.
And, why yes, my wedding dress did have tiny, silk covered buttons down the back.
How did you know?
The two chairs in my living room are getting their makeovers and seeing as they are tufted, are needing some new covered buttons. Being able to make your own custom, covered buttons is a wonderful trick of the trade to keep in your back pocket.
So, let me show you just how easy it is.
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So, there you have it! Not too difficult, if you ask me.
The possibilities are endless and covered buttons give such a finished look to anything you’re making.
I’m off to try to finish a tufted chair.
What projects will you use your covered buttons for?