That's precisely the point...the process is unrelated to the cause.The patterns are unrelated to the cause. Go back and read my posts...a dart is used to remove excess. It doesn't create it.
Patterns are not process and only speak to process incidentally.
Ipso facto...if excess is evident despite a dart being used ...the cause must be something other than the dart or the patterns.
Sooo...sending out photos of the counter pattern speaks to exactly what in this context?
I didn't say a thing about a remedy.
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A tailor would disagree with you here. Darts create fullness about the point of termination. That's why you have bust darts for women and the like. If you put a slit in a piece of paper and then overlap the two sides you just made the slit, what happens? You get a bulge at the point of termination. This bulge can be manipulated with ironwork, steam and such to make it how you want it, but the physics of the bulge works for leather as it does cloth. It looks like just sloppy working of the fullness, or perhaps it was darted too much to the point where you can't do anything about the fullness created.