For this, simply go through your button collection and choose those with shanks and a smooth top.
Cover a Shank Button
- Cut a circle of fabric large enough to cover the front of the button and the back up to the shank.
- Sew a long running stitch 1/8″ from the edge.
- Gather the edges up tightly and knot securely.
Making a Button Shank
- Using 2 strands of floss or thread bring the needle up through the material where you want your button positioned.
- Make 1 small secure stitch.
- Position the button in place. …
- Sew the button in place going over the toothpicks on top of the button.
The Button tool provides standard toolbar button behavior and look. … When on a toolbar, ButtonTools behave like command buttons when pressed (i.e. they visually depress, return to the up position, and fire a click event).