SewingStitch Example Stitch Example: Fish Eye Dart by Piglet October 9, 2009 written by Piglet October 9, 2009 Continue reading to see how to do this. After marking the seam, pin it. Stitch the seam, starting from inside and overlap slightly. When you get near the fold, stitch on the fold and leave a 1" tail. Press after stitching. Clip seam close to stitches and then press open on a ham. The finished dart. Note: it looks a little funky because I forgot to take a picture of the finished dart until after I had already had it in my notebook for a while. Related dartfish eyeStitch Example 2 comments Piglet previous post Stitch Example: Normal Dart next post Stitch Example: Flat Felled Seam You may also like Sparkle Geranium Dress April 26, 2018 Tula Pink Triangles Bag April 22, 2018 Tula Pink Triangles Baby Quilt April 14, 2018 Pokemon Weepinbell Halloween Costume October 16, 2017 Another Geranium Dress September 16, 2017 Truly Victorian 441 – 1861 Garibaldi Blouse July 24, 2017 Victorian Petticoat based on Truly Victorian free pattern July 16, 2017 Truly Victorian TV141 Round Cage Crinoline Hoop Skirt July 7, 2017 Betz White Weekend Duffle Craftsy Class May 13, 2017 Sew Sweetness Kismet Trinket Box Binding Kit April 1, 2017 2 comments Vintage Inspiration of the Day: Adapting a Basic Sheath « Grandma's Sewing Cabinet January 19, 2012 - 11:54 am […] there won’t be a waistline seam to break up the vertical movement of the eye. In fact, the fisheye/close-ended darts will create vertical lines for the eyes to follow. The set-in sleeve will make it easier to make […] Reply Letting out, Letting down | fit for a queen March 25, 2012 - 5:14 am […] right? But if someone is in a hurry, they will not open the seam between the two and just make a fish-eye dart running from one end to the other and leaving all the fabric bunched up inside the dart to make a […] Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.