justbuttonme

Buttons & Assorted Treasures

2661 Sales

justbuttonme

Buttons & Assorted Treasures

2661 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(1323)

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cheryl

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Vintage Bruna Plastic Hoop Frame 5 x 7 for Crafts
$6.00
Woolens and Tweeds by Harriet Tidball
$6.00
Hands On Spinning By Lee Raven Book
$3.75
Vintage Family Circle Magazine April 1975
$4.75
Counted Cross Stitch Clothespin Angel Bouquet Kit
$4.75
Two Vintage Round Wood Embroidery Hoops
$4.00
Better Homes and Gardens Patchwork Projects 1985
$3.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(1323)
jtmbip

jtmbip on Apr 20, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Really cute book i never seen a crochet book like this. And it's in really good condition considering how old it is. Thank you for your excellent service.

jtmbip

jtmbip on Apr 20, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I can't believe how new this book looks for as old as it is. Very well cared for and really informative just what I needed thank you

jtmbip

jtmbip on Apr 20, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Really beautiful patterns and in excellent condition, thank you for care in sending it to and so fast. I'm looking forward to my next visit to your shop.

jtmbip

jtmbip on Apr 20, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I love that all of the book is in black and white but all the patterns are suggested to use color threads funny I guess it was the times back then. Thank you for the great customer service.

Jamie Wilcox

Jamie Wilcox on Apr 20, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This was a great deal! Shipping was also exceptional...received item within 2 days!

Priscilla Edwards

Priscilla Edwards on Apr 19, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Really fast shipping. Thank you for a great product. I will order from this shop again.

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About

It all started with glass buttons

The love of buttons started the day my Mom handed me a handful of glass buttons she obtained from a friends estate. I couldn't believe buttons were made of glass.

I now hunt estate sales for buttons, I tend to find them in old tins, shoe boxes or glass jars and I can never leave them behind. When they are opened all are sorted into bins by color usually and this takes forever, of course I have a tendency to lag a little checking the buttons. Some are unusual in design, most are dirty, some have piles of thread attached but all have once belonged to someone. I recently bought jars from a lady who was selling her aunt's collection, she had sorted all her buttons into mason jars, by color and design. Another collection of buttons I bought were ceramic all in all about 40 lbs. that were from a store closing in the 60's.

I think of buttons as someone's possessions that were cherished and now when you purchase buttons hopefully some will become cherished by you, whether put into or onto a project, onto a piece of clothing or into a glass jar, little tin or shoe box.

Please visit my other etsy site if you like vintage items www.12108vintagelane.etsy.com

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  • Cheryl

    Owner, Hunter, Sorter, Lister, Photographer, Packager

    Wife, Mom of two and estate hunter Please visit my other etsy site if you like vintage items www.12108vintagelane.etsy.com

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