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GURE15099 Hemline

Self Cover Buttons 15mm Packet of 8

by Hemline
£2.89
2.89
  • Make a statement and cover them in a contrasting fabric or ribbon.Material: Made from electroplated brass to protect them from rusting in the wash
  • Push the back of the cover button on until it clicks.Top Tip: You can use some snippers or the inside of scissor handles to click the back on but be careful not to dent the front of the button!
  • Pop in the top of your cover button then pull the thread tight
  • Using an embroidery thread sew a running stitch around the outside of the circle close to the edge
  • Tie the thread (double knot) and push the fabric onto the teeth of the top
  • Pull the thread so the fabric balloons
  • Quantity: These buttons are sold in packs of eight.Self Cover Buttons (15mm) These little cover buttons are just the thing when you can`t find buttons to match your sewing project
  • Uses include:- Great for jazzing up old clothes to give them a new lease of life;- Complete your hand made clothes garments;- Coordinate hand made bags by using buttons made from the same fabric;- Perfect for adding to hair accessories.How To Make A Cover Button:You don't need any special tools.Cut a circle of fabric about a centimeter wider in diameter than the backing piece of the button
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  • Usually Despatches Within 3 Working Days
Dispatched & sold by: GUR Enterprise UK Ltd
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Description

Warning

  • Domestic Use Only. Not suitable for Children Under 36 Months.

Warranty

  • Extended 10 Year Warranty PF02

Features

  • HCODE

    GURE15099

  • MPN

    B473.15

  • MANUFACTURER

    Hemline

  • EAN CODE

    9317385118499

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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