The blanket stitch is a stitch used to reinforce the edge of thick materials.
Depending on circumstances, it may also be called a whip stitch or a crochet
To start your first true blanket stitch, poke your needle down from the top (#2 in
photo D). This should be about 1/4" over from where the thread first came up, and
Sep 15, 2013 ... A few people have been asking for an updated blanket stitch tutorial, because the
way I do my blanket stitch has changed a little since my last ...
Jun 25, 2014 ... The humble and often overlooked blanket stitch, is really not so humble. Blanket
stitch has quite a variety of uses- from decorative stitching to ...
Why the Blanket Stitch by hand? This is an age old traditional stitch and very
portable. It works best on an edge that's been turned under, but you could also do
Blanket stitch is one of the best things I know! Here is how you do it. Firstly, take a
length of thread about as long as your arm. Thread it through your needle, and ...
Dec 30, 2009 ... Today we're talking about Blanket Stitch and (no surprise here) it's traditionally
used to edge blankets. It also makes a great edging for tea ...
The Blanket Stitch is a popular finishing stitch for edges. This embroidery Stitch
Guide from Annie's will teach you how to Blanket Stitch.
Sep 30, 2007 ... This post actually contains two tutorials involving the blankets stitch: How to sew
two pieces of felt together using blanket stitch; How to sew an ...
Click here to lean more about couching threads and embellishing ideas. Blanket
Stitch. Uses: Straight and gently curved lines, borders and finishing edges.