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Tuesday, November 18, 2003

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Lisa

I don't have an online source (yet), but hit the "button lottery" at a bricks and mortar in Asheville, NC. As soon as I can find where I put the receipt I'll email the name of it to you so you can contact them. They had thousands of buttons...good ones.

Annie

Try this site for buttons--not a very exciting website, but quite a collection of buttons.
http://www.usabuckles.com/fashion-buttons-s.htm

Sarah

Check out http://www.ascuteasabutton.com They have got a bunch of different styles and materials.

bekee

http://www.mjtrim.com

omg, be careful though. i got some purse handles there and wanted to buy /everything/.

Cindy

I buy most of my buttons from Purrfections:
http://www.purrfection.com/buttons/index.htm

Lisa

I like buttonshoppe.com. I bought some buttons from them at Stitches East the year before last. They have a huge selection.

max

I like camilla valley farm.
http://www.camillavalleyfarm.com/

Ann

Okay, I had to try it. I Googled "buttons clothing" and came up with a really neat site: http://www.umei.com/fashion-buttons-s.htm. The shop even has purse handles. I'm going to have to explore it in more detail later. Anyone else have tried it?

Steph

Vote 2 for Camilla Valley Farms--I just ordered 2 kinds of mission falls buttons for my vest (I just couldn't decide).

Rose

I also vote for mjtrim.com... You can go crazy, moola-wise, on that site!

Eklectika!

There's always eBay! :-)

janet

thanks, I got a little lost checking out some of these sights. great idea!

Lisa

Not that you "need" another button source with all the response that you've gotten; but I like to follow through with my promises. The store in Asheville that I visited is: Waechter's Silk Shop PH: 828.252.2131
They have lots of wonderful buttons of good quality. If you're ever in their area it's worth a visit.

Julie

Thanks for all the great button sites! I'm going to complile a list when I get a chance. Can't wait to search through all these buttons!

Carol

The Websters in Ashland OR (where I happen to work -is this a no-no?)has great buttons including Worldly Goods, Muench, Russi, Blue Moon, etc. etc. Website is www.yarnatwebsters.com. Unfortunately, not all buttons are on the website, but you can call us at 800-482-9801 if you want to inquire about other buttons.

Kateri

I have used this source a few times. Really great selection!

http://www.renaissancebuttons.com/

Ms Lauren

If you want fun, vintage, funky buttons, get a few from http://reprodepotfabrics.com

Their buttons are fantastic!

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