What is blanket stitch embroidery?

What are the benefits of blanket stitch?

Benefits : When using blanket stitch to sew the seams of a stuffie, there won’t be any “felt creep” because the needle goes straight through the felt from front to back. Because blanket stitch creates a thread outline along the edges of your piece, it can mask uneven edges and wonky cutting.

When would you use blanket stitch?

The blanket stitch is most commonly used as a hemming stitch on the edge of blankets for finishing the raw edge of the fabric neatly and to prevent fraying. However it is also commonly used as a decorative finish, and we often use it on the edge of felt to secure layers of felt together in a decorative manner.

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