Drop Dead Buttonholes September 9, 2015October 6, 2015 ~ Tia Dia These make-me-drool buttonholes arrived in my mailbox this morning from the blog Made by Hand. They made my jaw drop. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
15 thoughts on “Drop Dead Buttonholes”
A million times – Yes!
these are EXACTLY the kind of buttonholes I’m currently trying to learn how to do for a jacket I otherwise finished last winter LOL. If only mine looked even HALF this beautiful!!! ❤
I just adore Jeffery’s buttonholes, all the styles he produces are just so beautiful and sheer perfection.
Thanks to his blog and the videos and recommendations I was able to produce some reasonable buttonholes on the Claire Shaeffer Chanel style jacket I made for my daughter.
So wonderful when talented people share……………………oh to be able to achieve such a perfect buttonhole……..still dreaming of that, but what a total inspiration.
Have you seen the asola lucida that he does on the lapel…………………….sublime.
Gorgeous. Always good to have something to aspire to.
Wow… Maybe someday I will manage some drop dead button holes! In the meantime I will just drool over others!
I had to know how these are done. Found his video tute here:
Thank you for posting the picture; I was not familiar with his amazing work.
Thanks for posting the link!
Beautiful! I always try to hide my buttonholes. If they were this nice, I would love to show them off!
He does do perfect work, doesn’t he? I also swoon over his buttonholes.
His work is always impeccable…
I saw this! Completely swoon-worthy.
That man can sew! Thanks for the gorgeous “work or art” buttonholes!
Should have been “work of art”…tired fingers….
thanks so much for making me drool this am!!!