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Making a Buttonhole

One-Step Buttonholes


 

A built-in one-step buttonhole feature is great because the foot measures the actual size of your button each time is sews a buttonhole. This means that every buttonhole you stitch will look just like the last, providing you with consistent, professional results – no matter how many you sew! It’s usually a good idea to use an interfacing between the fabric layers, as well as a temporary fabric stabilizer underneath the fabric, so that the fabric and stitches have good support and don’t pucker. Check your instruction manual for details on your specific machine model.

 

One-Step Mechanical Machine Buttonhole

 

One-Step Computerized Machine Buttonhole

 

One-Step Computerized Machine Buttonhole

 

One-Step Computerized Machine Buttonhole (foot with underplate)

 

Four-Step Buttonholes


 

Sewing a 4-step buttonhole is as easy as 1-2-3 and 4! Just mark your fabric where you want to sew the buttonhole, then use the machine’s Stitch Selector Dial to sew the 4 sides of the buttonhole.  It is recommended that you use a fabric interfacing between fabric layers, and a temporary stabilizer under the fabric so that the fabric and stitches have good support and don’t pucker.  Check your instruction manual for specific details on your machine model.

Manual Four-Step Buttonhole

 

Four-Step Buttonhole