Make it snappy. Used on everything from denim to diapers, snaps are a handy closure, easily undone and sewn onto fabric. First patented in 1885 by a German inventor, snaps were originally intended only for men’s trousers but were eventually made ubiquitous by rodeo cowboys of the 1930s. Westernwear companies like Wrangler and Levi Strauss began producing pearl-snap shirts, and the closure became popular amidst the mainstream public. Snaps are great for beginning and expert seamstresses alike. In order to properly attach snaps to your garments, it’s important to make sure you have the proper tools. An inexpensive alternative to a snap press, snap pliers are a one-step application solution. Browse our selection of the best options below.
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