Snowflake-button tutorial with Bonnie Sullivan: sew quick, so cute!

Button embroidery designWe know, we know . . . because we’re quilters, people automatically think we sew everything—hems, holes, pleats, ruffles, and the like. Maybe you do that kind of sewing and maybe you don’t, but when it comes to sewing buttons, you’ve just got to learn the way that A Change of Seasons author Bonnie Sullivan does it—with a little embellished flourish!

Button, button, have you got a button? If you do, you’ll be buttoning up these cute snowflakes on all kinds of projects—watch how easy it is to do!

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Add snowflake buttons to quilts, pillows, bags, clothing, gifts—the sky’s the limit! And the next time you’re asked to sew a button, you can give ’em a little snowflake surprise.

Have you seen the 16 spectacular seasonal projects in Bonnie’s book, A Change of Seasons? Since today is the first day of fall, y’all, it’s the perfect time to get started on one of Bonnie’s cozy autumn designs!

Autumn Star quilt
Autumn Star (find three more autumn projects in the book)

Or, get a head start on the snowy season—and your button-snowflake making—and create Bonnie’s heartfelt stockings for your family or a family you know and love (won’t they be lucky!):

The Stockings Were Hung
The Stockings Were Hung (find 3 more holiday projects in the book)

See the spring and summer project collections >>>

How many buttons—or button jars/bags/tins—do you own? Tell us in the comments!

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