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    with love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Thanks Todd!

    dzhpeterson @Holliddz

    Has anyone used sew on snaps and then just sewn on buttons on the top of the jacket for effect? I have never used snaps before and I just don’t want to hammer anything into fabric. Doesn’t seem like I’ll be as successful at that as with sewing on some Joanne’s metal snaps. Thoughts?

    Nicole @motherof5

    The snaps sold by Oliver+S are fantastic, I can thoroughly recommend them.
    However, you could definitely sew in some poppers and then sew a mock button over the top.

    I have not done that with this pattern but I have on many other garments and it works fine.

    Deb @Mynorth

    I’ve had great success with Snap Source products. Their Snapsetter is pretty much fool proof and their Snaps are good quality. Oliver + S sell a Snapsetter and snaps.

    Anonymous @

    I agree on the Snap Source products. The Snapsetter is great. I ended up getting a snap press when I was sewing diapers, but I still use Snap Source snaps with it. They are great.

    Reeni @Reeni

    I think the biggest issue with sewing on buttons is the choking hazard if they come loose? At least that is the reasoning I have heard for why baby clothes should have snaps that will not budge easily.
    I use resin snaps and snap pliers — did not have luck with the tubey setting tool or pliers by Dritz and ring-type snaps at all.

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