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So simpleThis makes button making a breeze! I needed some buttons for a project and I couldn't find any I liked. If I did find some I didn't want to pay the higher prices. I stumbled across this kit when looking for custom fabric buttons and decided to give it a try. So glad it I did. Not only is it easy to use, but its really fun to see the finished button. My 11 year old bugs me all the time to use the kit. Don't waste your money on buying fabric buttons, when you can make your own for a quarter of the price.5These work great on thin or medium weight fabric (like cotton quilting ...These work great on thin or medium weight fabric (like cotton quilting material). I used a little hammer on the "pusher" piece to push the back shank all the way into the front. They are NOT suitable for heavy materials - you'll never be able to get the two pieces squeezed together.5Not for use with mid-weight or heavy-weight fabrics
Choose your fabric before ordering these - they are unusable for any thick fabric. If you are looking to do a light cotton or satin covered button I'm sure they are great, but they would not work with my fairly lightweight basket weave fabric. It was not a crazy thick upholstery weight fabric - just a normal home fabric, and I could not get the button backs to snap in, even when trimming back the fabric. Unfortunately, I didn't realize this until after I had opened and sorted all 3 packages that I purchased. Money down the drain. I ended up going to a custom upholsterer in town to make the buttons for my project.
1Perfect!Love! Perfect for making button earrings for my Etsy shop!5Easy to useI needed to make buttons for my daughters Eliza Hamilton Halloween costume and these were perfect! I used liquid stitch glue on the backside of the button before putting the cap on which i found held the fabric in place and made the button edges look seamless.5Works perfectly.This product works perfectly. The only problem I had, which wasnt the products fault so much as my weak hands, my thumbs got sore quickly snapping the pieces together.5get out your glue gun. this is war.i used this kit with upholstery fabric samples (from pottery barn and room & board). the fabric was too thick to stay put. I tufted my sofa cushions and they all popped off mid-project. thank goodness for my glue gun or this would have been an epic fail. if there could be different levels of button kits for thick fabric, for thin fabric, and so on, that would greatly help. if you're using thick fabric, prepare to be frustrated and have a glue gun ready.3Easy to use and works great!This was one of the easiest craft kits I have worked with. Directions were clear and easy to follow. Please note that when you use the pusher (mine was blue) you have to make sure you have the open end over the button back piece or you could smush your button hook end. Since I was using flannel, I gave a tap on the pusher back to make sure I got a good, firm seal. Using these buttons to make hair ties and need them to be strong. Would reccomend this product to all.5Easy to use with thin fabricsI bought these to tuft the back cushions of our couches. I used the same fabric as our couch, which is pretty thick. It was very hard to put together due to the thickness of the fabric. I couldn't use the tool provided to press the pieces together and had to get creative. They are holding up well for the most part except for two buttons where the tops keep popping off. These would probably work perfectly with a thinner fabric.4Don't bother for decorative/craft purposes onlyThese are aluminum and not built to stand up to any type of normal garment use.My bad for not doing my due diligence - I needed uphostry buttons. Not having bought any self covered button kits for 20 years, I assumed these would be the type/quality I was used to. Not even close.Besides being aluminum, the way these are constructed will barely support any tension being put on the shank without the back coming off.1Good but...I really really love this, I found this kit linked to a reupholstery blog. I'm redoing chairs and adding tufting, and this is such a easy way to do the buttons. HOWEVER, in the directions, it says if you are using sheer fabric, to add another fabric or backing to it. Mine is sheer enough that I can see a bit of the button shine through it, not terribly. So I doubled it up with interfacing (way too thick, what a joke) and then did it instead with doubling the sheer fabric, still no luck,. Either change the directions and omit that it can be done, or change the kit so that it allows for more fabric to be pressed into the mold. Thank you!4
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