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Phyllis Maxwell swirls her button in dye to determine if wave action speeds up the colorization process. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Spicing up plain vanilla buttons befuddles fiber arts group

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Thanks to the Internet, a new craft idea is spawned every millisecond.

So leave it to Park Rapids' Twisted Stitchers to keep up with the trends.

Member Arleen Larson saw an idea on a knitting website to add more color to life, so Saturday morning the fiber arts group attempted to dye white buttons to get a more customized look.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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