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Sewing: learning to sew a button

Sewing: learning to sew a button



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The technique for fitting a button varies depending on its shape. To sew a button, you can use a thread of a different color from this one or prefer a color approaching that of the button for more discretion. Below we will show you how to sew one of the most common buttons: the four-hole button. 1. Make a knot on the end of the thread and take out the needle on the right side of the actu: 739845 fabric.
2. Poke the needle into a hole in the button from the back, then go through the hole next to it and prick the actu: 739845 fabric below.
3. Then prick the back of the actu: 739845 fabric and pass the needle through one of the two remaining holes. Then, poke through the last hole as well as the actu: 739845 fabric to bring out the needle on the back of the latter. You can then prick the holes of the button a dozen times, as before, in pairs. In order to provide sufficient space for the buttonhole, you can place a match between the actu: 739845 fabric and the button.
4. Following this, take out the needle between the button and the actu: 739845 fabric, then remove the possible match and wind the thread around the stitches four to five times.
5. Finally, take out the needle on the back of the actu: 739845 fabric and perform an actu: 737341 breakpoint. To finish your work, don't forget to cut the thread.