I have been working on mending the lining in a jacket for a friend, and after fixing a few tears I found that blanket stitches were giving me the most consistent, secure hold.
I have now spent hours using the blanket stitches to pull together tears, sew patches over holes, and I’m very excited to use blanket stitches to applique fleece to my next quilt project!!!
For anyone who is not familiar with blanket stitching, here is a link to an embroidery blog that features this versatile technique!
Use some cheap fabric to have a go first. You can thren correct any mistakes on that.
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