You can never have too many buttons in your collection, large and small, metal or plastic, shell or wood, all colours of the rainbow, different shapes and sizes. There is a huge array of buttons to choose from. Below we round up some of our favourite places to buy buttons online.
Sewbox have several different types of buttons from silver buttons to ceramic from plastic to coconut! They also offer brass and plastic self cover buttons in case you fancy making your own.
We love these gorgeous sets of Liberty covered buttons, perfect to add a decorative touch to your projects. Sewbox also sell haberdashery supplies, patterns, kits and fabrics. Please visit www.sewbox.co.uk to view their full range.
The Button Company
Of course we couldn’t mention buttons without mentioning The Button Company. The Button Company are both wholesalers and retailers and their business description on our site says it all: ”Big buttons, little buttons, giant buttons, teeny tiny buttons, fancy buttons, boring buttons, shell buttons, coconut buttons, plastic buttons, colourful buttons, wooden buttons, and more!”
What I love about their buttons is you can buy themed bags of buttons so they aren’t all the same colour but a range of coordinating colours such as the one pictured here – autumn leaves.
Visit The Button Company here: www.buttoncompany.co.uk
Sewing Bee Fabrics
Sewing Bee Fabrics make their own sets of fabric covered buttons with some really cute animal themed packs like the hedgehogs shown above. Perfect for adding a unique touch to your projects, or for children’s clothing.
View their cloth covered buttons here.
If you are looking for some really unique exquisite buttons for your garments it is well worth taking a look at the selection offered by Raystitch.
We adore these gorgeous porcelain buttons by Caroline Barnes. There are several different themed sets available with her beautiful nature inspired illustrations on.
Find their button selection online here.
Always Knitting & Sewing
If you are looking for novelty buttons Always Knitting and Sewing have a massive range including themed sets like the one shown above, or sets which have several f the same novelty button. Perfect for children’s clothing or projects. They also sell regular buttons, shell buttons, wooden buttons, toggles, metal buttons etc. There’s an extensive range available at https://www.alwaysknittingandsewing.co.uk/
Plush Addict sell buttons in pretty much every size you could think of, from a tiny 7mm right up to a large 63mm. They have your everyday dressmaking buttons in a selection of sizes and colours, plus decorative buttons like the diamonte ones shown above, wooden buttons, metal buttons, coconut buttons, plastic buttons and more. View their full button range here: www.plushaddict.co.uk
If you are looking for regular dressmaking buttons in a large range of colours and sizes perfect for any garment then Jaycotts is the go to shop.
Many of their buttons are available in different button size, pack size and colour making it easy to find the perfect match for your garments.
Make at 140
You will find an extensive range of buttons on the Make at 140 Site, from novelty buttons to pretty decorative buttons, hand painted ceramic buttons, regular dressmaking buttons to wooden painted buttons. They also sell button jewellery too!
Browse their large button range online at https://www.makeat140.co.uk/