However, I have discovered an epoch-making button attachment kit that seems to take away the author's turn. What's more, "no needles or threads are needed ".
The button attachment kit "tic" is a product developed by Swedish industrial designer Karolina Rantfors. There are four plastic pins in a package as small as a matchbox, and it seems that the button that came off can be attached in just a few seconds.
First, insert the pointed end of the pin from the back side of the place where you want to attach the button, and pass the hole of the button. Then fold the other end and pinch the button until it clicks. If you move the pin to the left and right as it is, the pin will pop off and installation is complete. For 4-hole buttons, repeat the same process again.
Compared to other buttons sewn with thread, it doesn't feel strange at all, but rather the tic is more beautiful. Even if the button is pulled strongly, it does not float and is firmly attached.
According to the product information, tic is not just a first aid measure, it can withstand loads up to 3 kg, and it is also compatible with household washing machines, irons, and cleaning. It can also be used for buttons up to 4.2mm thick and can be attached to a variety of fabrics such as slightly thicker cotton, linen, denim, ramie, wool and polyester. If you want to remove it, you can easily cut it with scissors.
In addition to the black color used this time, white is also available and can be purchased at tic's official online store, Angers web shop, etc. The case is so slim that it doesn't get in the way when you put it in your bag or chest pocket, so it's a good idea to carry it with you in case of a business person who travels a lot or for a ceremonial occasion.