How to attach buttons to a knitted project

How to attach buttons to a knitted project

Attaching buttons to a hand woven project may seem like a straightforward and straightforward task. But if you’ve ever tried, you know that some issues that affect the look and durability of beautiful knitted garments can go wrong.

for many years i avoid knitting cardigan Because I was afraid of breaking the button when I put it on. If you have some background in sewing, sewing buttons on loose knits (most hand knits have a much looser texture than machine knits) can help. Causes of sagging and sagging.

I didn’t know then how to prevent it. Now later use a lot of cardigans I’m happy to share this simple method. with all of your friends.

If you are looking for a reliable way non-stretching buttonhole, look this tutorial. I used this method to create buttonholes for the bands shown in the video tutorial above.

P.s After this tutorial was posted Iris’s message Wow clever trick What she uses to attach the buttons to her project – instead of attaching the thread to the fabric, attached to the support button We use the same “thread-in-loop” method introduced in this tutorial.

Then insert the needle from back to front. into the fabric (around the marked point) on the function button. The rest of the process is the same as described in the video and photo tutorial.


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How to Attach Buttons to Knitted Projects |  10 lines a day
How to Attach Buttons to Knitted Projects |  10 lines a day
How to Attach Buttons to Knitted Projects |  10 lines a day

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