You will need
- - button;
- - needle;
- - scissors;
- - wool or synthetic padding.
Choose the right button of the desired diameter, preferably on the leg. Best of all, if the outer surface is smooth, without a pattern and bulges.
Place the button on the piece of cloth and draw a circle whose diameter is twice the diameter of the buttons. If the fabric is not loose, you can leave on ACC is only a few millimeters, and the edges are loose it is better to burn it with a match. In order to cover a lot of buttons, it is better to make a stencil out of paper and cut out the fabric for it.
Attach the fabric to the front side buttons and evaluate the surface. Perhaps the result will be better if you put a bit of cotton wool or synthetic padding or to shape using a cardboard circle.
Take a needle and thread and sew the circle of fabric around the perimeter at 2-3 mm from the edge. Note that when you tightened it too some thin tissue can just split into a separate thread, and the work will have to start again. When working with such fabrics cut and obliviate always with the stock.
If you sheathe a button with holes, immediately consider how it will be sewn later to a garment. You may want an option of flashing through the paneling, and maybe you advance (at this stage) will pass through the holes rather thick short floss and bring the ends to the inner side of the buttons.
Just pull the string and put inside a button. Tighten the thread as much as possible. Grab the opposite edge of the fabric between a few stitches and then tighten the knot. If the work is quite neat, you can sew a button to the product in this form.
To make the button more beautiful, sew the lining. To do this, from the same or other fabric, cut a circle exactly the same diameter as the button.
Attach it from the inside, fold the edge of 2-3 mm, and very carefully hidden stitches, sew to the button. Please note that to sew a button onto clothing will have at random, so as to stretch the thread through the legs, will have to pierce through the lining.