|Lars Models His New Pi T-Shirt|
|Pieces of Pi Design, with Pi Symbol Formed by the Actual Digits of Pi|
After the design was embroidered, I simply used a 4-thread overlock stitch on my serger to close up the side seam again. And then I would have been FINISHED with this insta-project, if it weren't for that pesky tearaway stabilizer... If I had thought this through better, I would have realized that the paper-like qualities of a tearaway stabilizer would create a stiff, scratchy bulk behind the embroidery design. I wanted the design area to be as soft and comfortable as the rest of the T-shirt, which is why I chose a light stitching, low-density design in the first place and polymesh stabilizer. So I spent the next hour and a half painstakingly ripping out every little speck of tearaway stabilizer with a tweezers...
|Picking Out Tearaway Stabilizer with a Tweezers|