What thread is best for blanket stitch?
Blanket stitching can be done with yarn, 6 strand embroidery floss, pearl cotton, and many other threads. Basically, the thicker and heavier the fabric you are using, the thicker the thread and the larger the needle you will be using to blanket stitch. Makes sense, right?
Is there another name for blanket stitch?
The blanket stitch is a stitch used to reinforce the edge of thick materials. Depending on circumstances, it may also be called a “cable stitch” or a “crochet stitch”. It is “a decorative stitch used to finish an unhemmed blanket.
How many threads do you need for blanket stitch?
Thread Length – For blanket stitch appliqué, you will need a length of thread approximately four times the distance of the area you are going to stitch. Long working threads can be cumbersome, curl and knot. We show you how to seamlessly end and begin your thread in Beginner Lesson 2 so you can use shorter lengths.