By Crystal Tate
Everyday Things You Need to Know
Woman's Day has always been committed to helping women "live well every day." And while that saying applies to the big things in life, it's knowing how to tackle the little tasks that keeps your day-to-day running seamlessly. That's why we're introducing a new series, All's Well That End's Well, where we'll give you the tips and tools you need to know for solving daily dilemmas. First on our list of things to teach you? How to sew a button. Use these step-by-step photos and tips from Erin Bried, author of How to Sew a Button and Other Nifty Things Your Grandmother Knew if you ever need a quick fastener fix.
Everyday Things You Need to KnowStep 1
Gather your supplies- the button, a needle, about 2 feet of matching thread and a pair of scissors. (Tip: To make needle-threading easier, cut the thread at an angle.)
Photo: © Jonny Vali
Step 2Step 2
Thread the needle. Knot the ends together by making a loop and pulling the ends through. Knot once more.