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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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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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E. V. C. WEYAND. GARMENT MATERIAL. APPLICATKON FILED JUNE 26, 1920.

1,374,970. Patented Apr. 19, 1921.

' A I u i 2 SHEETSSHEET 1- IN VENTOR ATTORNEYS E. V. C. WEYAND.

GARMENT MATERIAL. APPLlCATlON F lLED JUNE26| 1920.

Patented Apr. 19, 1921.

2 SHEETS-SHEET 2- INVENTOR Edi Z70 VG Weyand:

UNITED. STATES,

' nmrn' v. c. WEYAND, or NEW "203x; 1:. Y.

GARMENT MATERIAL.

- Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Apr. 19, 1921.

a Application-filed June 26, 1920. Serial No. 392,140.

To all whom it mag concern:

Be it known t at I, EDITH V. C. WEY- AND, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of New York, borough of Manhat- 5 tan, in the county of New York and State of New York, have made and invented certain new and useful Improvements in Garment Materials, of which the following is a specification.

y material specially adapted for themaking of ladies blouses, dresses, negliges and similar garments. a a

The object of the invention is to provide a' strip of textile fabric ordinarily spoken of as a bolt or roll,'preferably formed of cotton, linen, silk or other material, and so arranged that garments of highly artistic and pleasing appearance can be easily and economically made therefrom and will'possess all of the characteristics of hand decorated garments.

Afurther object is to provide a new garment material as above outlined which, is composed of recurring uniform areas or sections, each area or section being ornamented so as to form the front or back of a highly. artistic'garment. The uniformly recurring ornamentations in each area or section do not in any way restrict or define the outline of the finished garment, so that the material may be sold directly to a customer for the making up of a single garment of any. desired size or the material may be utilized by the ordinary garment manufacturer for the making up of large quantities of garments of various sizes. I A further object is to provide a garment material so ornamented and composed that 40 when formed into ladys blouse it will possess a highly artistic and pleasing appearance, similar to a hand decorated and much more expensive garment and at the same time provides a method for forming a garment with a minimum amount of cutting, sewing and other labor, the finished garment being composed of front and back formed and shaped according to. the requirements of the user.

With the foregoing and other objects in view which will appearas the description proceeds, my invention resides in the novel garment material and the process of forming ladies garments as hereinafter more fully described and claimed, it being understood that changes may be made within the invention relates -to a new garment a garment such as a scope of the claims without departing from the spirit of the invention.

The preferred embodiment of my inventlon is disclosed in the accompanying drawwherein:

2 1 lgure 1 1s a view in perspective of. a

roll or bolt of my new garment material;

. Figs. 2 and 3 are plan views of portions I of the garment material;

Fig. 4 is a view in plan of a finished garment. constructed from the garment material illustrated in Figs. 2 and 3;-

Fig. 5 is a plan view of a somewhat modified form of garm nt material, each division or section of the material adapted to form a complete garment; and Flgs. 6 and 7 are front and rear views of a garment formed from one division or section of the garment material illustrated in Fig. 5.

n the formation of my new garment materlal a strip of textile fabric, usually silk or analogous material, is subjected 'to the action of a printing roll or block printer which contains. certain designs and-ornamentations characteristic of the desired appearance and the various portions of the garment which is to be made therefrom. These ornamentations and designs do not in any way. limit the shape or outline of the completed garment. The printing process may also mark the material between each successive group of designs or ornamentations with transverse lines, which will serve as guides in severing thematerial for the sale thereof.

I have indicated the general character of thls ornamentation in the sample designs illustrated in Figs. 2 and 3 of the drawings and wherein it will be observed that each transverse division or section C bears thereon certain ornamentations characteristic of various portions of the completed garment. For example, the ornamented area A will subsequently form the sleeve portion, the ornamented area B will subsequently form the neck portion, and in like manner other portions of each transverse division or seetion C may be ornamented according to the position it will occupy in the completed garment. Each successive transverse division or sectionwill therefore be made up in the present instance of a sleeve motif A, a neck motif B, etc.

With the garment material asthus ornamented and arranged, the customer upon selecting a design suitable to her particular taste, purchases two of the successive areas wh ch are marked off by the dividing lines D. The two areas 0 may then be out according. to the requirements of the user and stitched or joined together in a suitable manner to form a blouse having a front and back and due to the printed ornamentation thereon will possess a highly pleasing and artistic appearance, similar to a hand decorated and highly expensive garment or blouse. v

It is to be understoodthat while I have described my invention and process as including the printing of an ornamentation on a strip of textile fabric, it will be apparent that the ornamentation may be placed or impressed upon the material in other ways, it being merely necessary that the ornamentation be placed upon the textile fabric in a uniformly recurring manner, dividing the material into transverse divisions or areas any two of which may be-cut and shaped to form the desired garment. Thus it will be apparent that the design or grouped ornamentations may be woven into the material or in other ways incorporated therein.

The garment material illustrated in Fig. 3 is printed with the longitudinal axis of the garment forming area extending transversely of the material, while the garment forming portions illustrated in Fig. 2 have the longitudinal axis thereof coincidin with the longitudinal axis of the textile abric.

The somewhat modified form of my invention illustrated in Figs. 5, 6 and 7 of the drawings discloses a strip or bolt of material which has'been divided ofl" into succes sive transverse divisions by the lines E and each division has imprinted or bears thereon various portion motifs characteristic of the completed garment. Each division in this case, however, is suflicient to form a complete garment, the division being along the dotted lines F after havmg been first cut and formed to shape, as illustrated in Figs. 6 and'7. Each division may contain such designs and ornamentations as may be desired, the garment illustrated in the drawings being provided with the front neck motif or portion G, the back neck portion or motif H the front peplum I and the back peplum am aware that garment material has heretofore been marked off in different patterns so as to aid in the formation of garments but in all such cases the material was marked off to indicate the lines along which the material was to .be cut so as to aid in the formation of the garment. My new garment material has no such object in view and bears no lines which in any way limit or control the size or shape of the resulting my new garment garment. Accordingly, material may be used for the formation of marcation between each particular portion of the folded garments of various sizes and pending upon the individual'taste of the ma er, or according to certain different models of the garment manufacturer.

In connection with the foregoing it will be readlly appreciated that the line of desuccessive area or be omitted if so desired without departlng from the spirit of my invention, the lines D of Fig. 2 and lines E of Fig. being merely included so as to aid in severing the material from the original bolt.

at I claim to be new and original with me, is

1. A garment material composed of a strip of textlle fabric bearing thereon or having incorporated therein successively recurring grouped designs or ornamentations, each partlcular group being com osed of various motifs, each motif being 0 aracteristic of particular portion of the completed garment the motif is to occupy.

2. A garment material composed of a strip of textile fabric marked off into successive transverse divisions, each division bearing thereon various motifs characteristic of the completed gar ment the said motif is to occupy.

3. A process for forming a new garment material consisting in imprinting or placing' upon a strip of material a uniformly recurring ornamentation, each ornamentation being composed of motifs characteristic of the completed garment, and marking off said garment material in transverse divisions, each division containing one of said ornamentations, substantially as described.

4. A garment material composed of astrip of textile fabric having imprinted or incorporated-therein or bearing thereon successlvely recurring grouped designs or grouped ornamentations, each group being composed of various motifs characteristic of the particular portion of the completed garment the motif is to occupy, the areas or portions of the textile fabric strip characterized by the grouped designs or grouped ornamentations adapted to be shaped to form complete garments. r

5. The process of forming a new garment .material consisting in imprinting or placshapes, de

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US2429188A (en) * 1947-06-14 1947-10-14 William Heller Inc Lady's dress
US2477890A (en) * 1945-04-25 1949-08-02 Philomena A Montagne Garment manufacture
US20100122392A1 (en) * 2008-11-20 2010-05-20 Alice Clark Clothing clasp
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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2477890A (en) * 1945-04-25 1949-08-02 Philomena A Montagne Garment manufacture
US2429188A (en) * 1947-06-14 1947-10-14 William Heller Inc Lady's dress
US20100122392A1 (en) * 2008-11-20 2010-05-20 Alice Clark Clothing clasp
USD735955S1 (en) * 2013-10-02 2015-08-04 Catherine Sutton-Uka Dashiki pet shirt

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