Victorian Button Journal Kit
Earn 16 reward points with this product.

Sorry we're out of stock!

Enter your email address below and we’ll notify you as soon as it becomes available.

  • Description

    During the Victorian era, buttons for women's garments were often decorated with a variety of needlework techniques. The buttons was covered first with silk floss or fabric to match the garment, and the stitching worked over this.

    This kit also includes a printed fabric Little Button Journal© - a bit of clever folding and you have a permanent place to keep your first button creations!

    • Kit contains instructions for 5 different button designs
    • Threads and two-part button moulds are included
    • Printed fabric Little Button Journal© to keep your creations!

    Textile button making can be quite addictive. More often than not, makers want to keep their first buttons as a record of their success. The printed fabric Little Button Journal© included with this kit allows you to do this, making up a sampler for future reference. Printed with drawings and snippets of text about buttons and button making, it also serves as a ground for further creative journaling.

    The buttons in this kit use traditional needlework techniques to create the surface decorations. These can be combined differently to create even more designs. Today, these buttons can be used to enhance not only textile projects such as clothing and home décor, but made into jewellery, as embellishments and so much more!

    Kit contains

    • 10 two part button moulds
    • 2 skeins of perle cotton (colours may vary),
    • tapestry needle,
    • chenille needle,
    • plain fabric,
    • printed fabric journal
    • and full instructions