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Button Sewing Stitch

Button Sewing Stitch

The Button Sewing Stitch is used to sew buttons onto projects by machine.  The Button Sewing Foot is recommended when sewing buttons by machine, as the opening at the front of the foot provides a clear view of the stitching while holding the button in place.

 

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Applications


Attaching Buttons

The Button Sewing Stitch is used along with a Button Sewing Foot (additional accessory for some machine models) to easily attach buttons by machine. The foot holds the button in place, while still providing a clear view of the stitching area. The rubber grips on the front of the foot keep the button from slipping out of place. See this video for information on sewing buttons by machine.

BUTTON SEWING STITCH - Attaching Buttons

 

Attaching Trims

Attach ribbons or trims to a base fabric for a fun embellishment. Disengage the machine's feed teeth (see your machine's manual). Cut a length of ribbon, then sew the Button Sewing Stitch over it to secure it in place on the main fabric. It is helpful to place a small scrap of stabilizer underneath the fabric. When the stitch has been sewn, bring thread tails to the back side of the fabric with a hand sewing needle, then tie the ribbon into a bow to finish.

BUTTON SEWING STITCH - Attaching Trims

 

Quilt Tacking

The Button Sewing Stitch can be used to attach quilt layers together. Disengage the machine's feed teeth (see your machine's manual). Attach the Button Sewing Foot or Open Toe Foot (additional accessory for some machine models). Place the quilt layers underneath the foot, lower the presser foot lifter and sew 8-10 stitches to tack the layers together. Stitches can be easily removed with a seam ripper after the project has been quilted.

Quilt Tacking