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Posted on:3/27/11 6:39 AM

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becca a said...
This coat has lovely simple lines! I don't quite understand how you attached the buttons with snaps.
3/27/11 9:27 AM
sewpatty said...
Thank you becca. There are a couple of different ways to do this. This is what I used on this coat. Sew the button to one side of the snap. You attach the other side of the snap to the coat. You then snap the button on as though it were sewn on. I have regular buttonholes on the coat and button/unbutton as usual.
3/27/11 9:53 AM
Renren said...
Very nice! Yet another coat! I am hoping to make just one in my lifetime once I get some more experience! Those were indeed some pricey buttons!
3/27/11 1:03 PM
jannw said...
Beautiful job!! I love the color and the lining..thanx for the info on the buttons/snaps
3/27/11 7:25 PM
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