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How to Sew a Buttonhole

Discover how to position, measure, and sew buttonholes, in this latest episode of our beginner sewing series, Teach Yourself to Sew. Check back next week to learn how to sew buttons in a variety of ways.

Teach Yourself to Sew is for beginning sewers or anyone who wants to brush up on their skills. Throughout the year we will demonstrate basic sewing techniques, share tips, and give step-by-step instruction for beginner sewing projects.

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About This Video Series

This series for beginning sewers provides a complete course in mastering the basics. Our experienced Threads editors walk you through the fundamentals, from threading your machine through attaching that final button. The skills explained in Teach Yourself to Sew are perfect for new sewers or for those looking to brush up on the basics. Lessons include hemming, attaching buttons and zippers, how to iron, and sewing a jacket from a pattern.

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    WinnifredRBoyles | | #1

    Keep it up!! Thanks for sharing this...

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    MicheleJFloyd | | #2

    I really like your post.

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    trenditex | | #3

    Buttonhole attaching will be easier after watching this video.Thanks

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    Dendi | | #4

    Hmm, I need to study how to do that myself

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