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Peau de Soie precovered buttons – source

dmcshan | Posted in Gather For A Chat on

I am searching for a source for white peau de soie pre-covered buttons, 1/2 inch in diameter, for my granddaughters’ communion dresses.  I need 30 buttons.  Lamode sells buttons, 2 to a card, but they are 5/8 inch, which is a bit too large for a child.  Any information regarding sources for this type of button would be greatly appreciated.  I live in Kenner, LA, a suburb of New Orleans and our local sources are very limited.  Thank you for any help you might offer.


  1. sosewnem | | #1

    Hi dmschan,

    I did an internet search and found several sizes.

    How does 10 for $1.40 sound (plus shipping)?  They have 25 sets avail.  http://cgi.ebay.com/1-2-BRIDAL-WHITE-FABRIC-COVERED-SHANK-BUTTONS-10CT_W0QQitemZ290038782606QQcmdZViewItem

    Or if you wanted 3/8" instead:  http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZlblank10cveQQhtZ-1

    I did see a business in my search, but they don't say what size the "small" white satin covered buttons are - and they are 12 for $3.75, so I thought I'd skip posting that link.

    1. dmcshan | | #2

      Many thnks for the information!  I truly appreciate the help.

      1. Elisabeth | | #3

        Greenberg and Hammer have some here http://www.greenberghammer.com/store.asp?ItemID=267 I have ordered from them and they shipped promptly with good service.

        1. dmcshan | | #4

          Thank you for your help.  I truly appreciate the information.

        2. fabricholic | | #5

          Hi Elisabeth,I was just cruising the threads and I checked out your profile. The picture is adorable. I don't blame you for not wanting to exercise around the deerflies. Ouch!Marcy

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