What is hemstitching? Hemstitching dates back to the early 1900's. It was used to add a decorative row of crochet, tatting, or needlework to pillowcases, handkerchiefs,
linens, etc. Fine needlework was admired and cherished by many. Industrial machines were invented that placed small consecutive holes into the fabric which allowed the
artist to simply insert a crochet needle or tatting needle into the holes allowing for a decorative edge to be added to finish the project. Today, these same machines are still used to accomplish the same results.
A very popular way hemstitching is being used today is for the new arrival of a baby! With our great selection of novelty flannel prints, we are offering great "Hemstitched" flannel receiving blanket sets. Each set includes a flannel blanket 36" x 36" and one matching burp cloth (double thickness). All you need to do is simply add a decorative crocheted edge to the blanket and burp cloth and you have a wonderful gift that will be enjoyed by the little one and mom.
Fleece! Yes, we have a great selection of fleece and we also provide fleece blankets hemstitched! Once again simply add a crocheted edge and your blanket looks wonderful!
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.25 = Fat Quarter
.50 = 1/2 Yard
.75 = 3/4 Yard
1.00 = 1 Yard
1.25 = 1 1/4 Yard