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Poppers for duvet

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redjellybean Tue 27-Dec-16 22:15:29

My lovely expensive duvet has gradually lost more and more poppers angry where can I buy replacement / fix them on?!

hugoagogo Tue 27-Dec-16 22:17:59

I take it you don't want ordinary sew on ones?
Because you can buy them in supermarkets/ corner shops and haberdashers?

redjellybean Tue 27-Dec-16 22:26:30

I don't know..they don't looked sewed on. I'm not really sure how they have been put on- glued? But I could just but some and sew on though

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Tue 27-Dec-16 22:28:07

I think you can buy strips with them on at Abakhan, if there's one near you. Or they might do mail order.

PenguinsandPebbles Tue 27-Dec-16 22:33:36

You can buy a kit on Amazon, I use one when making baby clothes.

The one I have is a seawhisper, it's about £15 for the machine and snaps (loads of snaps) no sewing required and will be the same as what on there before, I hate the ones with the holes you sew on they don't look very nice.

If they tend to come off for you just pop a bit of fabric glue underneath.

If you know someone who sews or is a bit crafty they may have one you can borrow, it's very easy to do.

redjellybean Tue 27-Dec-16 22:33:55

Thanm you. I've just looked on ebay and can buy sew on ones. These ones are just glued on I think and are rubbish; about 1/2 have fallen off!

PenguinsandPebbles Tue 27-Dec-16 22:34:49

They look like drawing pins before you put them on, they pierce through the fabric and the machine clamps them together - just in case anyone was wondering smile

Put in snap fastners and machine or seawhisper snap in Amazon and your find them!

PinkSwimGoggles Tue 27-Dec-16 22:35:21
no sew press on fasteners?

PenguinsandPebbles Tue 27-Dec-16 22:36:03

You would need a snap machine with that pink.

kshaw Tue 27-Dec-16 22:36:23

Buy some KAM snaps and pliers - about £13 on Amazon for a multitude of colours!

marywinchester Tue 27-Dec-16 22:40:18

You can buy some poppers (they are called snaps on the packet from the brand hemline) in a pack that have claws on them and I think they come with a fixing tool. You push the claws through the fabric and use the tool to bend them so they're fixed in place. Or poppa tape, its poppers that look glued onto a length of tape and you sew that on.

LockedOutOfMN Tue 27-Dec-16 22:41:54

I sew them on; bought them from Carrefour. In U.K. they sell them in John Lewis haberdashery.

Aftershock15 Tue 27-Dec-16 22:47:28

KAM snaps are definitely what you need. They actually seem to do what they are supposed to as don't come off unlike some others I've tried before.

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