From Library Journal
Buttons, long a popular collectible, have entered the world of wearable art as decorations. They can be sewn or glued to clothing or solid objects or incorporated into jewelry. Although commercial buttons are available in great variety, some stitchers prefer to make their own. These projects, collected by noted crafter Cusick from many American designers, have instructions for making buttons from gemstones, leather, needlework, clay, and other materials and for using finished buttons as embellishment for clothing, jewelry, bags, and boxes.
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