Buttons for Quilting

Buttons for Quilting
I am a very lucky quilter because I inherited my grandmothers treadle sewing machine. This is the very sewing machine I learned to sew on. It’s the kind of treadle that has three drawers on each side of the machine. Similar to this one.

When the treadle arrived at my home, I opened the drawers and they were full to brimming over with buttons. Lots of buttons. I somehow imagine that these buttons were not only from my Grandmothers stash, but from relatives before her. There are some pretty old buttons there. I have kept them and every now and then I pour them out onto my sewing table and play.

I know there are a lot of quilters out there that love buttons too. So I’ve sourced a button box full of websites that deal in buttons. All sorts of buttons, buttons, buttons. I hope you enjoy the surf!

great buttons from Button Mad

lots of buttons and embelishments from Gregory Knopp Co in the UK

gorgeous buttons from Krazy Kreations in Australia

some real button candy from Injabulo UK

unique designs from Just Imagine Designs

gorgeous old buttons from Vintage Buttons

great buttonsfrom the Button Queen

beautiful buttons from Buttons in Time

good old Aussie buttonsfrom Giggle Button in Australia

great buttons from Oh Gosh Buttons

lovely carved buttons from Ganm Buttons

buttons made from clay from Clay Buttons

Timber buttonsfrom Exotic Wood Buttons

another great Aussie designer of buttons and lots more from Nikki Tervo Designs

Buttons galore from Button Emporium

lovely buttons from Gita Maria Butttons

pewter buttons from Roosterick.com

handmade buttons from Yarn and Craft in the UK

wood buttons from Roles Woodcraft

different buttons from Crafts n Scraps

Super buttons from Denver Fabrics

lots and lots of buttons from Buttons Galore and More

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