Collectible Clothing Buttons ...
Our Store and Studio Buttons can be ordered from this site using the shopping cart. Other buttons are also available on Ebay or Google's Picasa web site. If you are looking for something specific please contact us or visit us at one of the many shows we attend.
Our Store Buttons
These are a sampling of collectible clothing buttons that we have available for sale on this site. They can be purchased using our Web Shopping Cart
Our Ebay Auction Buttons
We list buttons on the ebay auction site from time to time. Use this link to take you directly to our ebay listings.
Our Picasa Web Buttons
We post buttons on the Google Picasaweb site. Use this link to take you directly to that site. You must contact us via email to purchase buttons on this site. Shipping fees will be applied.
Mitzi Lovell Studio Buttons
Mitzi started collecting buttons in 1994. She and her husband also collect military memorabilia, animal figurines, old jewelry, books and postcards. Mitzi likes to hunt for those special uniform buttons. When she started collecting buttons, she joined and became quite active in the Madison Button Club and the Wisconsin State Button Society. She has a degree in art, and soon discovered that she could apply her artistic talent to making buttons. She paints and makes buttons on several different materials. Her latest endeavor is making habitat watch crystal buttons.
Robert Parmer Studio Buttons
Robert T. Parmer was a public school teacher before retiring in 1995. He worked with the silversmithing and lapidary hobbys for several years before becoming interested in paperweight buttons. He was introduced to the button hobby by his wife, Janice, who is an avid button collector. She suggested that he pursue instruction in how to make them.
Mr. Parmer met Mr. John Gooderham at the National Button Society Show in 1997, which resulted in friendship. A few months later Mr. Parmer went to Canada for lessons in making paperweight buttons.
Mr. Parmer makes paperweight buttons with free-floating flowers, free-floating insects, free-floating objects, simple millefiori and complex millefiori cane sections. Some of his paperweights have goldstone or sparkling blue bases. He is also making paperweights containing tiny paintings by himself and his wife Janice. He makes and uses in his buttons evenly shaped silver colored wire shanks, which do not respond to a magnet. He signs all of his buttons with the letter "R" on the back of the button. The "R" represents his first name and also the name of his workshop "Rosebriar Glassworks". The buttons painted by Janice are also marked with an H (for Janice Hargraves Parmer). The buttons made by both Janice and Robert are noted as (RH) below.
Lisa Schulz Studio Buttons
Lisa is the owner of this web page. She has been making Cross Stitch studio buttons since 1993. She designs and stitches her own patterns. Most of her buttons are made while she travels to button shows!
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