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    • Steps 1-3 demonstrate how to shorten a buttonhole when the button will not stay buttoned or needs to be replaced with a smaller button.

    • Using the ruler, measure the button you intend to use. Add 1/8” to this measurement for ease of buttoning.

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    • Measure down from the top of the existing buttonhole to the length of your Step 1 measurement.

    • Make a small sewing chalk mark or insert a straight pin to mark how long your adjusted buttonhole should be.

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    • Use either a sewing machine or needle and thread for this step.

    • Match the stitch width of the existing bar tack, and sew a new bar tack at the location of your chalk mark.

    • A bar tack is several long, narrowly spaced stitches that form the top of a T between shorter perpendicular stitches.

    • Check to make sure your button fits your adjusted buttonhole well.

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    • Steps 4-8 demonstrate how to lengthen a buttonhole if it is too tight for your button or if you want to sew on larger buttons.

    • Using the ruler, measure the button you intend to use. Add 1/8” to this measurement for ease of buttoning.

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    • With the ruler, measure down from the top of the existing buttonhole to the length of your Step 4 measurement.

    • Make a small sewing chalk mark or insert a straight pin on the fabric at this place.

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    • Starting on the right of the existing buttonhole, stitch to your chalk mark or pin, matching the width of the original stitching.

    • Stitch a new bar tack.

    • A bar tack is several long, narrowly spaced stitches that form the top of a T between shorter perpendicular stitches.

    • Stitch back on your left to just past the original bar tack.

    • Tie off or backstitch your thread.

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    • Using the point of your scissors, cut through the original bar tack and between your new side stitching until you have reached the new bar tack.

    • Do not cut through your new bar tack.

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    • If using the existing button, you may have to cut it off and move it slightly to be centered in the larger buttonhole and resew it on.

    • Very near the place where your button was originally sewn on, center your button in your adjusted buttonhole. Using chalk or a pin, mark this location.

    • Sew your button on.

    • Check to make sure it fits through your adjusted buttonhole well.

Conclusão

A sewing machine with a buttonhole presser foot is ideal, but this project can be completed with needle and thread.

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