Quick sewing tutorial showing you how to sew a button on by hand, no sewing machine required! In this basic sewing lesson for beginners, you will learn how to sew a button onto your clothes using a needle, thread, and scissors. It’s simple and easy.
When it comes to clothing – Mend, don’t end!
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NOTE: There are often many different ways to accomplish the same sewing technique, this is just my personal preference for doing things.
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Try using a tailor’s knot. Loop the thread with ends at the top and a loop at the bottom. Come up thru the button hole and loop the thread at the beginning instead of a knot also use clear nail polish, works as well as fray check and cheaper. Miss your live shows!! Keep up the good work. Love the doll house videos. I built one years ago and it can be very addictive. Wish I’d had more daughters!! LOL