Embroidery has been around for centuries and continues to be popular today. However, many people are unfamiliar with the button sewer, a modern version of embroidery. The button sewer is created when sewing buttons onto fabric.
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This process involves first outlining the desired design with a light fabric, then filling in the details with a heavier fabric. The end result is a beautiful and intricate embroidery design that can be used on any type of fabric!
The button sewer is a great way to add some interesting detail to your garments without having to embroider. With this Sewing Technique, you can easily sew on buttons in place of stitches. If you're new to this technique, be sure to read our beginner's guide first!
First, gather your supplies: a sewing machine with a zigzag stitch, thread, fabric scraps, and buttons. You'll also need a buttonhole foot or anemometer (a type of foot that measures the speed of the machine).
To begin, cut a piece of fabric slightly larger than the area you want to sew buttons onto. Trace the desired shape onto the fabric and cut it out. Be sure to leave enough fabric around the edge so you can sew it onto your garment later.
Next, position the fabric so that one side is facing up and the other side is facing down. Center a button on top of the traced shape and match up the edges of the fabric. Use your zigzag stitch or anemometer to sew the fabric together around the button. Make sure to backstitch at the beginning and end of each seam so that it's secure.