OSBORNE Prong Button Tufter #419
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Quality made professional upholstery tools by C.S. Osborne in the USA since 1826.
Osborne No. 419The Osborne No.419 Prong Button Tufter accepts any length of prong for size 22 - 45 prong buttons. The Tool is withdrawn after piercing the fabric, leaving the prongs extended through the material. This keeps the prongs from spreading while being put through the padding.
Prong is inserted into the hollow end of the needle. Needle is pushed through construction and withdrawn, leaving prong extended.