Originally Posted by G...Hawk
I like to shape with darts. Yet, if the curve, such as at the shoulders, is unknown, making a channel lets you tighten
I find that if you err on the side of deeper and longer darts, it works that much better. I call Molly Mac Gear "heavily darted" ...it's more than you would think is necessary. The idea is that the occupant, to a large extent, has the effect of trying to straighten and flatten the UQ, and in doing so, makes a tight fit with sealed edges. The container is more radically curved than the contents, and they find an equilibrium.