Whipped Blanket Stitch
Whipped Blanket stitch is a decorative variation of the Blanket stitch. The method of embroidery of this stitch is straightforward. First, we embroider a Blanket stitch. Then, whipping stitches are added to the continuous horizontal line of the stitch.
Applications of the Whipped Blanket stitch
You can use this stitch for border designs or anywhere you would use a Blanket stitch. If you use the same color thread for whipping, the horizontal line of the stitch will stand out more than the vertical stitches. If you use a contrasting color, you will have a rope-like line in two colors.
More stitches from the Blanket stitch family:
Watch a video tutorial and learn how to embroider this decorative stitch.
Looking for some other stitch? Head to the Stitches and Techniques part of this blog and choose the stitch you want to learn!
N.B. Some links may take you to the Easy To Make designs blog. This is my older hand embroidery blog. While I’m dedicating all of my energy to the Practical Embroidery blog, the previous version still has a lot of great content.