The Button Restraint System and Method Thereof is an improved system and method by which buttons can be attached to fabric in seconds with no sewing experience necessary.
Inventor Susan McCloskey of Jamestown, PA has created an improved system and method by which buttons can be attached to fabric in seconds with no sewing experience necessary.
The button has been used for countless generations for quickly and easily securing clothing. Unfortunately, it is also prone to failing by having buttons fall off of clothing. This forces the user to take valuable time to either sew the button back on, or find an alternate piece of clothing. Many people do not possess suitable seamstress skills, thus forcing a costly repair, or an even costlier replacement of the entire item of clothing. Inventor McCloskey has created a means by which buttons can be easily replaced upon clothing in either a temporary or permanent fashion.
This clever new invention eliminates costly repairs. It does not require standard needle and thread. It works with almost any type of fabric. It is great for those unable to sew a button back on. It is perfect for travel. The use of the Button Restraint System and Method Thereof provides a means to quickly repair loose buttons on an article of clothing, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.