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June 30, 2008

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Katie

Fab post! I've wanted to to this for a while too and hadn't looked into it before - your tute was easy peasy lemon squeezy to follow, so thank you very much! :)

Julia York

You are very welcome. I'm pleased it's useful to someone :)

MySweetHome

Great idea! Thanks a lot!

aliza for seamsoeasy

Hi thanks for this. Have just invested in a hand cranking machine to cover buttons with and lots and lots of buttons just waiting to be covered. Not sure how it works though as there were NO instructions~~ so until I sort it out am covering by hand and I really appreciated the easy steps.

Sapat

Ho,
your tutorial was perfect for me. I have been dreaming of covering buttons all day. I was just hunting for the cheapest source of cover buttons when I came across your stuff.
My thing is to make pebble buttons and if I was good at this teci stuff I would show you a photo. I collect flat wee ones from the beach and hand drill holes in them - they are great on natural wool cushions. and they're lovely to put in your pocket too.

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