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US1372189A
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    • A41HAPPLIANCES OR METHODS FOR MAKING CLOTHES, e.g. FOR DRESS-MAKING, FOR TAILORING, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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UNITED STATES FLORENCEH. POLLOCK, OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.

GARMENT-PATTERN.

Specication of Letters Patent. Fatemi-,Qd [313 22, 1921 Application filed April 22, 1920. Serial No. 375,718.

To all whom 'it may concern Be it known that I, FLonnNon l-l. PoLLooK, a citizen of the United States, residing at Los Angeles, in the county of Los Angeles and State of California, have invented a new and useful Garment-Pattern, oit which the following is a specication.

This invention relates to a one piece garment pattern, that is to say a piece of material provided with the indications for cutting the material in such places as to produce the different parts oiA a dress having the edges iinished so that all that is required of the maker of the dress, after cutting the pattern as indicated, is to stitch the parts together according to a few simple instructions.

Another object ot the invention is to so construct the garment pattern and mark it that the entire piece of material can be utilized in making a dress, so that none ot the material will be Wasted.

Other objects and advantages will appear in the subjoined detailed description.

The accompanying drawings illustrate the invention.

Figure l is a plan view of a garment pattern made in accordance with the provisions of this invention, broken lines indicating some of the places where the pattern is to be cut. i

Fig. 2 is a front elevation oi a garment constructed gironi the l pattern shown in Fig. l.

Fig. 3 is a rear elevation of the garment shown in Fig. 2.

Fig. 4i is a iragmental elevation of the and character to give a finished edge to the various portions of the garment which is to be made from the pattern. In the particular instance shown in Fig. l, the indications for cutting are formed by stitches known as picot. In the particular instance shown in lf l the piece of material is provided at its border with a hem indicated at 2, said hem extending entirely around the material. The hem 2 is fastened by picot as indicated by the character 3. The piece of material l is provided approximately at its center with a circular cut-indication 4t, in this instance also formed by picot. At both sides of the circular cut-indication 4 are U-shaped cutindications 5 terminating in outwardly extending cut-indications 6. The out indications 5, 6 may be formed by picot. Extending from the circular cut-indications l, substantially midway between two ot the indications 6, is a cut-indication 7.

The garment pattern above described may be placed on sale and used by the purchaser in producing agarment ot' the character shown in Figs. 2 and 3. To make such a garment, the hem 2 will be separated from the remainder of the material by cutting' through the picot stitches 3.` Then the remaining material will be cut along the lines indicated by dotted lines 8 in Fig. l, said lines oi cutting being at the outer ends ot' the cut-indications (i. Cutting' the material along the lines 8 produces three distinct pieces, the two skirt sections indicated at a and a third piece which is separable into a waist section Y) and other members c by cutting the picot stitches 5, G. Then the picot stitches 4, 7 will be out, thus producing' another member ai.

After the material is cut into the separate parte, as above described, the raw edge of the skirt sections a will be sewed to the waist section l). The skirt sections a being wider than the body portion oi the waist, before sewing to the waist section, will be gathered `or plaited, as desired, so as to reduce the girth of the skirt at the waist and at the same time allow fullness in the lower portions of the skirt. The picot 3 produces a finished edge to the skirt sections, and also a finished edge to the hem 2. The hem 2 may be used, for example, to malte the sash of the garment as indicated at 9, and the sash is provided with fastening means 10, 11. Rosettes 12 may be formed of portions of the hem 2. The bow 13 may be formed of one of the members c. The other member c may be utilized in other ways, for example, it may be used to make a hat or bonnet to complete the costume.

The picot cut-indications perform the twofold function of guiding the maker in prop:

erly cutting the material for a garment and of producing finished edges so that no subsequent finishing of' the edges is required.

The opening of the Waist is formed by cutting of the picot 7 and said picot forms finished edges for the waist at the opening. The picot 4 forms a finished edge for the neck of the garment. lf desired, the sleeve portions 14 of the waist may be turned over to form cuffs 15 and the picots 5 form finished edges for said cuffs. rhe picots 5 also form finished edges for the under portion of the sleeves, and fastening means 16, 17 are employed to fasten the lower margins of the sleeves to ea'ch other. Fastening means'18, 19 on the waist sections are utilized to fasten the edges of the Waist opening to each other.V rllhe side edges of the waist adjacent the skirt sections a e fastened together by Jfastening means 20. All of the fastening means mentioned above, in this instance, are in the form of snap fasteners, lbut it is to be undestood that any f other suitable fastening means may be employed. Y

The garment, made as above described, can readily be opened out at when the tasteners are released, and in this condition the garment is easy to laundry. The garment pattern` describedv above can be used in making garments of any size, and it is especially'useul in making dresses for dolls and very small children. Y

The invention is not limited in its broader phasesto the exact details ot construction described above and shown in the drawings, but the invention also includes such changes and modifications asV lie Within the. spirit and scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims.

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.1. In a garment pattern, a single piece of'material having indications in its middle portion for cutting to produce a waist sectionl and. having-other portions adapted lwhen cut from the middle portion to form front and rear skirt members, theY indica tions producing finished edges when cut. y V2. In a 'garment pattern, a single piece of material having indications Yin its middle portion for cutting to produce a waist seetion and having' other portions adapted when cut from the middle portion to form front and rear skirt members, the cnt-indications being iiormed of stitches.

3. In a garment pattern, a single piece of material haring picot indications i'or cutting to produce a waist section and ha\'- ing other 'portions adapted when ent troni the middle portion to form front and rear skirt members.

l. in a garment pattern, a single piece of material haring a circular cut-indication and having U-shape cut-indications at opposite sides of the circular cut-indication, the ends o'l' the U-shape ent-iiulications terminating in outwardly extending cui-indications, the material also harii'ig portions outside oi the out -indications adapted to he cnt from the material adjacent the outer ends of the ontnnrdly extending cut-indications to form 'liront and back skirt members.

ln a garment pattern. a single piece of material Yhaving picot stitching forming a circle at the middle portion of the material adapted when eut to form the neck opening' oi.l a garment, said material haring U-shape picot stitching defining sleeves of the garment, the ends of the U-shape pieot stitching terminating in outwardly eX- tending picot stitching defining the side edges of the waist section of the garment. the material also haring portions outside of the pic-ot stitching adapted to be cut iron; the material adjacent the outer ends of the outwardly extending picot Stitching to form the front and back skirt members ol the garment.

6. ln a garment pattern, a single piece of material haring stitched indications for cutting to produce different narts of a garment, the indications producing linished edges when cut.

Signed at Los Angeles, California, this 16th day of April, 1920.

FLOR-ENCE H. P() liliitltl, lVitnesses Groen H. Hines, L. BELLE VVnAvnR.

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Cited By (6)

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2534827A (en) * 1947-02-05 1950-12-19 Elizabeth L Mctammany Doll dress
US2602163A (en) * 1948-11-19 1952-07-08 Bernice E Davenport Lengthenable garment
US3258780A (en) * 1964-05-20 1966-07-05 Marguerite M Vitolo Maternity garment
US3705427A (en) * 1967-01-31 1972-12-12 Flotti Puppenkleiderspiele Gmb Blank and dress made therefrom
US4304007A (en) * 1979-05-04 1981-12-08 Mitsuru Ito Jacket
US4726076A (en) * 1985-06-26 1988-02-23 Francoise Douez Childs garment

Cited By (7)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2534827A (en) * 1947-02-05 1950-12-19 Elizabeth L Mctammany Doll dress
US2602163A (en) * 1948-11-19 1952-07-08 Bernice E Davenport Lengthenable garment
US3258780A (en) * 1964-05-20 1966-07-05 Marguerite M Vitolo Maternity garment
US3705427A (en) * 1967-01-31 1972-12-12 Flotti Puppenkleiderspiele Gmb Blank and dress made therefrom
US4304007A (en) * 1979-05-04 1981-12-08 Mitsuru Ito Jacket
US4726076A (en) * 1985-06-26 1988-02-23 Francoise Douez Childs garment
US4745634A (en) * 1985-06-26 1988-05-24 Francoise Douez Single garment, destined particularly for children having means to enable the use of such without having to slip into said garment

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