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Snap Together Button Forms provide a simple and easy way to dress up your pillows, cushions, and seating with fabric-covered buttons. Cover the button top with a small piece of fabric and press the two pieces together. The button's teeth will hold the fabric securely in place. Use these fabric buttons on cushions, pillows, holdbacks, and quilts.
|Hardware Material:||Brass, Metal, Nickel Plated|
|Cleaning:||Machine Washable, Dry Cleanable|
Demo of Snap Together Buttons
Great button for heavier fabric!
These worked out great for a tufted ottoman project. The pull is on the button top instead of the bottom so that the button isn’t pulled apart by the tufting cord.
The snaps worked great and were delivered promptly.
Once you get the hang of it you can make some nice cloth covered buttons.
Received quickly. Worked exactly as I needed it to. Easy to use.
The upholstery buttons came out great. I used a medium weight chenille fabric and these button forms were perfect.
Quality forms that worked as expected
Buttons worked great with medium-weight upholstery fabric AND the use of an assembly tool that I got off Etsy. The tool is a silicone stand that the button sits in and includes a plastic press that makes it much easier to snap the back side into place. I initially had trouble with the fabric fraying but solved this by sealing edges with Fray Check before wrapping fabric around button. To get the back to 'seat' correctly I had to trim most excess fabric.
Great buttons covers!
First time making buttons. Had to recover vintage furniture and the buttons were heavy vinyl. I tried other buttons that didn’t work. These were PERFECT, gripped well and the hook is attached to the front of the button which means they won’t pop off.
They were sturdy and worked well, I had a heavy fabric and used one of the method on your YouTube channel to make them work. Thanks for the videos!
it's perfect and just what we needed.