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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
The Blanket Stitch is a popular finishing stitch for edges. This embroidery Stitch
Guide from Annie's will teach you how to Blanket Stitch.
Blanket Stitch. Uses: Straight and gently curved lines, borders and finishing
edges. Work from left to right. Bring needle up at 1, down at 2 and up at 3,
The stem stitch is fantastic for vines, branches, flowers and outlines. It also looks
great for text, but you've gotta be careful with sharp corners. A stem stitch is ...