National Button Day a day to celebrate collecting or crafting with buttons. #buttonsday
National Button Day
This button holiday is held annually on November 16.
The National Button Society, founded this button holiday in 1938, as a celebration for all of those who enjoyed collecting and crafting with buttons.
Yes people collect buttons too!
Did you know there are a couple other button-related holidays?
Learn more about the types of buttons!
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2 thoughts on “National Button Day”
Love learning about these sewing related days. Hopefully in future when I’m stumped for a post. These days will come in handy. Thanks
I know they are so cool, great thing is, we can even make up ones and get others involved … I do have a huge list of all I know at https://stevesews.com/sewing-holidays/