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Sewing Button Holes 101

By: Angel Peterson for
Updated September 25, 2017
Sewing Button Holes 101
Sewing Button Holes 101
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Sewing a button hole can be intimidating and scary. A button hole is often a last step and the last option you have to ruin a project. If you have sewing woes or would just like a better grasp on how to sew a button hole, the Sewing Button Holes 101 Video is going to change your life. No matter the size of the button or the type of machine you are sewing on, this sewing tutorial is sure to give you some life-changing tips and tricks.

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Sewing on a button can be pretty simple but if you have the button hole size then the whole thing is a mess. I find it easier to hand stitch the button hole and I've never learnt how to do it on the machine. I'll be sure to try this approach.

I am one of those who hate to do button holes because I have ruined many things by doing them wrong. I usually finish them by hand and I really do not like them done like that. I have watched this video and I will give it another try and hope it turns out better. I can never get all the holes exact either. It is a real good idea to do like Angel says to use on a piece of practice fabric so you do not ruin your project. Great for someone who has never made button holes or someone wanting to improve the way they do it. Anyone have anything else to add to these ideas?


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