|Button Cost – Special Order, “PLUG”||$-|
|Sew Button @||$3.25|
|Sew Button with 1/4″ Shank @||$5.00|
|Making Fabric Button @||$9.00|
|Metal Button @||$4.25|
They have either two holes or four holes.
- Step 1: Thread the Needle. Cut about 24 inches of thread. …
- Step 2: Mark the Right Spot. …
- Step 3: Push Needle Through the Backside. …
- Step 4: The First Set of Holes. …
- Step 5: The Remaining Holes. …
- Step 6: Secure the Thread. …
- Step 7: Cut the Thread.
Use a fingertip to keep the button in its place. Turn the needle around and push it back down through the hole opposite the one you came up from. Push it all the way through and tug the thread tight. You should be left with a single small line of thread across the button, connecting the two holes.
How much is it to make agbada?
“The price for making agbada differs depending on the type of material the clients want to use. Even for the cheapest material which is around N10, 000, I won’t charge less than N15, 000 to make it. There are some that cost even above N100, 000 especially the hand-knitted ones.
If you happen to lose a button, a tailor can replace it with a similar button. If you happen to get bored of the simple white buttons on your dress shirt, a tailor can replace them with colorful or patterned buttons.
How do you charge for mending?
*Prices subject to change.
|DRESSES OR SKIRTS (CASUAL)||Average Cost|
|Take-in sides||$12 – $15|
|Take-in sides (with zipper or lining)||$15 – $30|
|Take-in waist||$8 – $15|
|Shorten or lengthen hem (no lining)||$15 – $20|
As the most common type of button, sew-through buttons have two or four holes in the button center. There are three-hole buttons, but they are uncommon. Since sew-through buttons are flat buttons, there is no shank on the back.