Thread your needle and knot the end. Start between the two layers and poke your needle down through the bottom layer so the knot is in between the two layers. This should be done away from the edge to whatever length you want your stitches to be.
Put the needle up through both fabric sheets where you want the stitch to begin. Working from left to right, and staying on the front of the fabric, put the needle down next to where you came up and at a distance that seems suitable for the project. For a blanket, for example, 1 cm should do the trick.
Push the needle through both sheets of fabric and into the desired location, but don’t pull all the way so it creates a loop. Put your needle through this loop and pull gently to watch the first stitch forming. Don’t pull too hard as it will distort the stitch.
To create the next stitch, put the needle to the front of the fabric and push the needle down through the fabrics where you want the next stitch to be. And, again, pull the needle through the loop and pull gently.
To tie off the thread, get the needle to the back of the fabric and make a knot- try to put the needle through the last stitch to secure it further.
And there you go, you have your pretty row of stitches completed!