How to Hand Sew Lining to Crochet Blanket – No Sewing Machine
Prepare Your Fabric
You don’t need a sewing machine to make a blanket; all you need is your crochet blanket, which can be any size or style as long as it isn’t too lacy. We want it finished, which means no raw edges, so it can be washed.
Materials to Hand Sew Lining to Crochet Blanket
Leave it or create another border like the picot edging I did in the video by threading your needle with 18 inches of pearl cotton and knotting the end. Create stitches that are roughly 3/4 inch wide (this can vary depending on how thick your hook/yarn is).
How do you add fabric to a knitted blanket?
How do you make a blanket thicker?
If you want to make the blanket thicker or heavier, you can add batting.
Can you sew onto crochet?
You can stitch fabric by hand, but most people think of a sewing machine when they think of a sewing project. You can also use a sewing machine to stitch hand knit or crochet items together, which will give the knit/ crochet garment or home decor item a pretty sturdy finish.
How do you bag a jacket lining?
Pin into place and sew along the bottom hem on both sides, but leave an 8u2032u2032 gap around the center of the coat to pull everything right side out later (bagging a lining is usually done through the sleeve, but I find it easier to do this way).
How do you sew a lining hem on a jacket?
Organize the lining of your jacket
- Sew lining and jacket shells together.
- On lining, leave one side seam open.
- On jacket, turn up hem and baste 1/4 in.
- Sew lining to jacket’s front edges and hem.
- Pin, then sew, jacket to lining along front and neck edges to opposite hem crease, starting at crease formed by hem fold, with jacket on top.
How do you attach appliques to knitting?
Work decorative blanket stitch (left) in a contrast color yarn to make the appliquu00e9 shape stand out. Pin and tack the appliquu00e9 shape in place on the garment. Sew in place using the same yarn, picking up one strand from the background and one from the edge of the shape.
How do you attach felt to knitting?
Simply dab a dab of glue on the back of a piece of felt, press into place, and voila! Allow the glue to dry completely, and you’re ready to go!