>Buttons, Buttons, No Buttons

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The other day, I was reading the comments on my Facebook page and noticed that someone suggested using buttons for the wheels of my beaded M1 Abrams main battle tank. I thought that was a great idea, so yesterday, I went to Windsor Button in downtown Boston.

beaded camo camouflage print Windsor Button store Boston U.S. pop art war bead embroidery

I looked at almost every button they had (they have many!). I almost bought a set, but then, at the last minute, I decided not to. I don’t know why. Maybe it was because the buttons I liked were actually plastic instead of metal, or maybe it was because they were pricey, or both!

beaded camo camouflage print M1 Abrams tank Afghanistan U.S. pop art war bead embroidery

So, disappointed, I came home & just kept beading my tank.

beaded camo camouflage print M1 Abrams tank Afghanistan U.S. pop art war bead embroidery


Now, I don’t know what to use for the wheels…
Maybe I’ll just make beaded ones!!😮

11 thoughts on “>Buttons, Buttons, No Buttons

  1. >What a kewl button shop — too many to make a decision, though. Like the camouflage beading — have been knitting the GSs hats and gloves in the camouflage yarns. I think my favorite is still "Waiting for Dad".

  2. >Well, at least you had a look at the buttons and will file the image in your "later file" for when the need arises. In the meantime, you surely will find a good solution!

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