Readings & Meanings:
A thread's coming out of the hem of the T-shirt.
I'll wear the silk-woven haori.
糸 itself is a radical, used in many, many kanji (see 絹糸 above). It is made up of two parts, 幺 (small thread) and 小 (small).
Picture this kanji as being made up of stitches. It kind of looks like what I might have done with a needle and thread when I was six.