There are different kinds of knots that people use. Like the Slipknot, the tailor’s knot, English knot, etc. the basic and the versatile knot is the quilter’s knot. Not to forget, it is one of the least knots that people use. Here is the information about how to make a quilter’s knot and when you can use it.
Some people say that tailor’s knot and quilter’s knot are the same. Some say they are different. Some say that a tailor’s knot is done by putting two knots at the end of the thread and it will not slip through the layers of fabric. On the other hand, a quilter’s knot is tiny knots that slip or pull through the fabric so that no one can see the knot. All depend on selecting the correct knot.
Quilter’s Knot is very much straightforward and easy to understand. You need to use your dominant hand to hold the needle. Then pass the thread to the needle using your dominant hand. Once the thread gets through the needle, pull the thread and using your forefinger you can make a knot at the end of the needle. You can decide on how many knots you want to put in that thread.
When you decide to start sewing, a quilter’s knot will help you in hand sewing. Once you get familiarize with putting quilter’s knot, you can start sewing small clothes or start stitching on scraps. Do not use quilter’s knots for major stitching as it can create difficulties for you if you do not have enough practice in stitching clothes. The more you practice, the more you can get professionalism in stitching. Once you get confidence by practicing stitching regularly, you can try to do big projects. Do not do big projects without proper practicing as it can cause you a lot of difficulties.