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Reversed Blanket Stitch

Reversed Blanket Stitch

The Reversed Blanket Stitch can be used decoratively, as well as for attaching ribbons and flat trims.


Reversed Blanket Stitch



Decorative Stitching

Use this stitch to embellish your sewing projects with a single row, multiple rows, or even in combination with other decorative stitches. Experiment with various types of thread such as rayon thread, all-purpose thread, metallic thread, topstitching thread, or even 30wt and 12wt cotton. Use a needle that is appropriate for the type of thread you are using. It is also helpful to use a stabilizer to help support the stitches. Learn more about needles and stabilizers on the SINGER website.



Decorative Edging

This decorative stitch is sometimes called a Blanket Stitch. Use it to sew a decorative finish along the edge of thicker fabrics like fleece and wool, such as when making a blanket or throw. The stitch can be sewn either of two ways. One way is to have the straight part of the stitch in the main fabric with the right movement of the needle going just off the edge. The other way is to have the straight part of the stitch hugging the raw edge of the fabric. Use a 30wt or 12wt cotton to give the stitches a bolder appearance, and use a needle that accommodates this thicker thread. Learn more about needles on the SINGER website. It can be helpful to use an Open Toe Foot (additional accessory for some machine models), which provides a clear view in front of the needle as you sew.