Nop, because when you use logger.
Everything fits into a carrying case with molded cavities for each fitting. Each kit contains a visual guide and dozens of British and metric sample fittings in a wide variety of sizes, each with a corrosion-resistant, color-coded coating, clearly identified, and with female threads on one end and male on the other. Baz -  Hello world on thread 1! Logger then new LoggingEvent instance is created and it knows about Thread witch created it but when log is appended to file or console or whatever else by your MyPatternLayout it's happen in other Thread and there information about Thread using logger.
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It is possible but not so easy as just using some preconfigured patterns. Yes, I know it isn't hard to implement but there are enterprise restrictions about commit 500 classes f.. This adds a potential point of failure the Class.
Then you can easly collect it in code above. Metric Thread.
Sometimes all you have to do is to parse Thread name which can you easily collect: Using Thread. Baz -  Hello world on thread 2! Click here to enter the drawing for the thread ID kit and countertop ID kit.