Button sewing machines are a special kind of machine that are used in the clothing industry to sew buttons on. This is why they are also called button-attaching machines. A button attaching machine is used to sew the button onto the garment without hurting it. Most new sewing machines have this built-in, but many older ones don't, and straight stitch machines can't do the zigzag stitch that is used to make buttonholes. With a buttonholer attachment, any sewing machine that can make a lock stitch can also make buttonholes.
A button attaching machine is used to sew the button onto the garment without hurting it. By making simple changes, this machine could sew different kinds of buttons, like ones with two holes, four holes, or a shank. The stitching is done with a series of parallel stitches that are the same length as the distance between the holes. The needle can only move up and down, but the button can move from side to side because of the button clamp. A hopper feed is a special attachment that feeds the button automatically to the machine's needlepoint clamp. With this attachment, the threads are automatically cut and the button and needle are put in the right place. A button-attaching machine is great for sewing shirts, T-shirts, uniforms, etc. It can be used in a lot of different ways to make clothes.