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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Buttons


I purchased a button machine from Hope Yoder when I came back from KMIS in Tampa to make some covered buttons. Once I saw Hope's samples, I knew I just had to have one of these machines; it is going to come in so handy for my Embellisher scraps and marbelized fabric (I just took a fabulous marbelizing class from Elin Noble last weekend). Oh my gosh, this machine is such fun, so fast and has very professional results! There is a very small learning curve and then it's "you go girl!" Fast and easy - my kind of tool. I had a ball using it and so did my 10 and 13 year-old granddaughters without any help from Nana Margo (my Mom is Nana Bell). In fact, I had to pry them away from it or they'd have used up all my supplies!

3 comments:

  1. Your buttons are glorious and I bet that they are alot easier to make with this machine than the old fashioned covered button method!! Of course the wonderful fabrics MAKE the buttons!!!

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  2. Those are great looking buttons! If you are looking to do more with your fabric button machine, you might want to check out our full like of button making accessories like button bracelets, button rings, shoe charms and more at www.AmericanButtonMachines.com

    Happy Button Making!

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  3. Hi Margo,
    I'm so happy your love your Fabric Button Cover Machine that you purchased from www.HopeYoder.com. We are your "Fabric Button Cover Specialist" and you are the
    Embellisher Queen. I love your pretty samples and can't wait to see your button crafts when we are both in Arlington TX this Month.

    Your friend
    Hope Yoder
    Designs By Hope Yoder Inc.

    Home of the "FABRIC BUTTON COVER MACHINES" www.HopeYoder.com

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