Thanks for the great tip!
I don't know that I have the skill to actually stitch on this type of shirt. It doesn't look like a very sturdy knit to me. But, you sure nailed it!
Really beautifully stitched. Thank you for the tip, will I be able to apply it is another question. :-))
Isn't she awesome! Expert digitizer, expert embroiderer, expert cat lady, and she shares her tips with us.
Wow u do an excellent job on t-shirts, not a wrinkle:):)
How I don't get puckering on tshirts....it is all in how
I digitized it to stitch....I stitched the craft, then udon and the same with the 2nd line text....I find by stitching from the middle out it reduces the push/pull of the fabric therefore not creating puckers...
I meant to type the ydob...
That sounds logical - I'm glad you know how to do it. Love Chris
wow new idea thanks your the best at this Vicki
I know it is the way to design for caps, Embird even has a setting that does it for you. But I never thought of using that for shirts as well. Great tip, Vicky, thanks!
I know, Martine........While I was digitizing for these tshirts, I had the idea that the tshirt material is so bad for pull compensation that maybe the way we do hats would work best for tshirt stuff and boy, was I pleased with the result....have all 26 done and not one pucker...Yay! Unfortunately I have to sequence this myself as Bernina software doesn't have an automatic command for it....
That is a whole lot of shirts to do. I know you will have them done in no time.
Great designs!!!! You definitely have your hands full......