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Hey, you guys! It's the beginning of May, which means we have our April favorites ready for you. These are the things that we have been loving in the month of April. For me, one of them is sewing related, and one of them is a helpful little trinket for while you're sewing. Abby also has a sewing-related item, along with some other sewing-themed items. Let's get right into it. I would start... um, sorry. I will start. So, I have been trying to find an easy, foolproof way to attach snaps. I made the Seamwork dress, Adeline, yeah. It has buttons all the way down the front, and I thought it would be really cute to do pearl snaps instead. You've probably seen a lot of skirts with snaps these days. They're not just for baby onesies anymore. Unfortunately, I had a tough time finding a tool that would set them perfectly without any errors. Until now! I finally came across the most inexpensive option out there, which is the Dritz snap tool. It's just a little metal washer and a little dowel. You put one into the flat end of the snap and hammer it down, then you put the other end of the snap in the beveled edge and hammer it down. It worked perfectly every single time. And yes, you use an actual hammer to hammer it down. It was easy to get the snap exactly where I wanted it, and it stayed once I put it there. The snap actually held after snapping. My test run with this tool did not go well at all. I had been trying to use pliers for the snaps, but I realized I was using a snap that was too big for the pliers I had. When I got the...