- posted 1 year ago
This is the second tutorial this week to say
"Do not sew the buttonholes and buttons yet,
you?ll do this later when your bodice is assembled."
Back when I made all of Dave's sports shirts, I found it much easier
to sew the buttons and buttonholes as soon as I could, then button the
shirt fronts together and thereafter treat the front as a unit.
Of course, the collar button has to be sewn after the collar stand is
attached, but that means only one buttonhole has to be made while
wrassling the entire shirt around. (And I got out of doing it because
Dave never buttoned his collar button.)
I wonder why fabrics-store.com are so insistent on this point. I do
have a theory as to why they insist on countless un-necessary