Oooooh Buttons!

I just had to blog about my new iMake buttons.  They have been made by Etsy seller Remember Wynn (based in Nashville, Tennessee).  To check out her shop click here.  Angie, who runs the shop, specialises in labeling for handmade products, so she makes things like tags made out of wood and faux suede.  I have ordered from her before and she provides a brilliant service, her products are well priced and great quality.

The buttons I have ordered will be tied on to my hand knitted garments.  I’d rather tie something on that stitch in a label as this can sometimes irritate the wearer.  The buttons are so cute that I am sure people will keep them to remember where their handmade item came from.  Enjoy…

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