Added Nov 10, 2010
Unlike when sewing button holes by machine, you need to cut the button hole first then stitch around the edges. Start with a few steps at a few mms from each other to prevent the fabric from fraying. Then on both sides make nice equal steps, thread near thread. Reinforce at both ends of the button hole.
(button hole in progress)
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