Grab your box of buttons – you know the one. In just 5 minutes, take your mismatched favorites and turn them into these cute wine glass charms! These make great hostess gifts too, and you can have a whole set ready in no time!
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5 Minute Wine Glass Charms
Easy – All chains and slip stitches.
Approximately 3 inches long, not counting button.
13 sl sts = 3 inches. Exact gauge is not important for this project.
- ch = chain
- st(s) = stitch(es)
- sl st = slip stitch
Chain 15. Sl st in 6th ch from hook and each ch across. Fasten off.
Your starting and ending tails should now be on the same side, and there should be a ch 5 loop at the other end.
If your button holes are big enough, thread one of the tails through your button. A beading needle or piece of floss can be helpful for this.
Slide button down as close as possible to the end of your work, and tie a knot with both tails to secure it. Weave in both tails.
If your button holes are too small, weave in both tails first and then sew the button on with thread.
I hope you enjoy making this pattern.
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