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US1534563A
US1534563A US533674A US53367422A US1534563A US 1534563 A US1534563 A US 1534563A US 533674 A US533674 A US 533674A US 53367422 A US53367422 A US 53367422A US 1534563 A US1534563 A US 1534563A
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April 21, 1925.
w. BARKER, JR
FOLD COLLAR Filed Feb.-2, 1922 3 Sheets-Shet l Frauen/07 uftl'or'rzegfi April 21, 1925 Sheets-Sheet 2 r. 0 L n, 6 .0 .n 1
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FOLD COLLAR Fil ed Feb. 2, 1922' April 21, 1925. BARKER, JR
FOLD COLLAR 2, 1922 s Shets-Shet 5' Filed Feb w t j Y I cipally of of the collar'cut from a through the band ply or member simply inturned upon the 'thereof. i
' t ho Patented A i. 21,1925.
.UNITED'ST'ATES PATENT OFFICE.
wILLIaM BARK R, JR.
F TROY, NEW YORK, ASSIGNOB mu LION GOLLABS 6t SHIRTS, INQ, A CORPORATION OF NEW YORK.
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Application filed February marked thereon, which form a part of this specification, Similar characters refer to similar parts in the veral figures therein.
I The princi 'ial objects oftheinvention are to facilitate the manufacture of, and render more desirable'for use, fold-collars, the top and band of which are each formed prinan integral piece of fabric.
Other objects will appear in with the following description.
' Fig. 1 of the drawings is a front view in pcrspectiveshowing a' fold collar madein accordance with my of the top of the collar being turned back to expose the inner side thereof.
Fig. 2 is a plan view of the top portion piece ofsuitable fabric and having the cut 'ed es finished by covering the same with an ordinary stitched tape binding.
Fig. 3 is a'similar view of the band portion of the collar cut from a piece of suitable fabric and having its bottom cut edge finished by covering the same with an ordinary stitched tape binding.
Fig. 4 is a cross section of the top ply or member taken on the broken line 4-4. in Figi' 2.
Fig. 5 cross section taken on the is a similar broken line 5 -5 in Fig. 3.
Fig. 6 is a View similar to Fig. 4 showingthe outer finished edge portion of the top ply inturned upon and secured by two lines of stitching to the body thereof.
Fig. 7 is a view similar to Fig. 5 showin the outer finished edge portion of the ban ply inturn'ed upon and secured by two lines of stitching to ui'lfinished edge portionof said band ply body portion 7' t-isaview in cross section similar to al'iove refeired to-illustrating the .manner in which the band-ply shown in Fig. 7, and the top-ply shown in Fig. 6, are assemto the accompany- .ll'lfl drawings, and the reference characters connection invention, one corner bottom edge of the band-pl the body thereof, and the.
2, 1922. Serial No. 533,674.
bled and run together with the inner side of the band-ply adjacent to the outer side of the top-ply. i
Fig. 9 IS a similar view showing the band- 'ply folded upon itself and secured to the top-ply by two rows of stitching on opposite sides of the infolded edge of the band ply.
Fig. 10 is asiniilar cross-sectional view showing the band-ply and the welt formed in part by the infolded edge of the bandply folded over upon the inner side of the top-ply, as in use.
Fig. 11 is aplan view of the completed collar opened out to show the outer side of the band and the. inner side of the top of the collar. v
Fig. 12 is a vertical cross-section of the same taken on the broken line 12-12 in Fig. 11.
Fig. 13 is a horizontal cross-section of the same taken on the broken line 13-13 in Fig. 11.
The cross sectional figures are drawn on a larger-scale than the other figures and are more or less exaggerated and diagrammatic.
Referring to the drawings wherein the invention is shown band-ply or member, and 2 is a top-ply or member.
Each of these plies or members is formed in preferred form, 1 is a y of an integral piece of fabric preferably of eral form I finsh preferably all of the cutedges of the top-ply, 2, by means of anordinary tape binding, 3. secured thereover by stitching, l; and in like manner I finish the y, 1, by means ofsimilar tape binding. 5, secured thereover by stitching. 6.
A fter the topply has been thus finished along the edges just referred to, said finished edges are infoldcd at the top and ends upon the body of said ply along the broken line, 7. (Fig. 2) as shown in Fig. 6. In like manner the edge portion of the band-ply/l. ineluding its finished bottom edge, is inturned top of the collar- Iii) upon the body of said ply along the broken line, 8 (Fig. 3) as shown in Fig. 7.
The respective edges of the top-ply and band-ply may be thus inturned in any known manner; but they are preferably so mturned by the use of turning or folding machines as is well understood in the art.
The inturned finished edges of the top-ply are preferably secured to the body of said ply by two rows of stitching, 9 and 10; and tie inturued finished edge of the band-ply is in like manner preferably secured to the body of said ply by two rows of stitching, 11 and 12.
For certain purposes of the invention the inturning of the finished edges may be omitted and the cut edges of the respective top and bald plies may be finished or covered in any known manner to present a neat appearance in use.
In attaching the top-ply to the band-ply, I run the plies together by a seam, 13, with the inner side of the band-"ply adjacent to the outer side of the lop-ply as shown in Fig. 8; and for this purpose I untold to its normal position. as indicated by dotted lines in Fig. 7, the inturned upper edge portion, 1, of the band-ply.
In thus assembling and running together the top-ply and band-ply the upper unfinished edge of the band-ply extends parallel with and a short distance within or on the lower side of the upper edge of the top-ply, 2, as shown in Fig. 8.
After the top-ply and band-ply have been thus run together, the band-ply, 1, is folded upon itself along the run seam, 13, and is secured to the top ply, 2, by two rows of stitching. l4 and 15. on opposite sides of the edge of the infolded portion 1 of the bandply as shown in Fig. 9, thereby covering or finishing said edge.
The row, 15, or stitching may be omitted if desired; .but Whether it be. employed or not, the cut edge of the inturncdedge-portion, 1, of the band-plyql, is confined and concealed between the stitching. 14, and the run scam, 13.
As shown in Figs. 9
3, and ll, the band ply or member is longer than the top-ply or member whereby in the finished collar the ends of the band project beyond the ends oi the top and are adapted to overlap one another when the collar is worn. (See Figs. 3. and 11.)
These end portions of the hand are. provided with huttonholes. 16, in the usual manner and the collar is preferably also provided with a back buttonhole, 17, in the usual manner.
The end portions of the band may be fin ished in any known manner.
I prefer to finish these end portions by applying thereto tacings, 18, covering the inturnededge portions of the ends of the bandply and the neighboring corner portions of the to nply as shown in Figs. 11, 12 and 13, which facings constitute the only portions of the band-pl y which are exposed to view in use as will be seen from an inspection of Fig. 1, it being understood that the turnedack corner portion of the top-ply on the right hand side of said figureis normally in a position indicated by the dotted lines, being symmetrically disposed with relation to the corner portion of the top-ply on the left hand side of said figure.
These facings have their edges inturncd and may be attached to the end portions of the band at the same time as, and by continuation of, the stitching, 15, and the stitching, 12, above referred to.
he inner ends of these facings may be further secured to the band by continuations of the stitching, 14., if desired as shown in Fig. 11.
The manner above described in which the inner edges of the band and the top are connected together forms a welt on the outer side of the band-ply extending along the fold line of the collar, which welt is formed by the inturned portion of the inner edge of the top and folded edge of the band stitched together.
By making the collar in the manner above described I am able to produce a collar which is pleasing in appearance as to finish, form and set, which can be readily made by the use of the machinery found in the usual collar factory and which can be formed of parts out with but little waste from Webs of ordinary fabrics.
While unnecessary for the carrying out of my invention, an additional ply or plies may if desired be added to the plies above described in making either the top or the band of the collar. I
What I claim as new by Letters Patent is:
1. That improvement in the art of making fold-collars which consists in cutting a top-ply and a band-ply in forms adapted for the respective top and band to be made therefrom. running said plies together along their inner edges with the inner side of the hand-ply adjacent to and desire to secure lop-ply, folding the band-ply over its own inner edge. and stitching the folded-over portion oi the band-ply to (he topply along the inner edge of the latter on the opposite side of the inner edge of the band-ply from said first stitching.
2. That improvement in the art of making fold-collars which consists in cutting a topply and a band-ply in forms adapted for the respective top and band to be made therefrom, finishing the inner out p the top-ply ,by stitching a tape-binding thereover, running said plies together along their inner ed-"es with the inner side. of the portions of the inner' edge of the outer side of the iimnrhply adjacent to the outer side of the top-p53 folding the handpl over its own inner edge, and stitching 't e folded-over portion of the band-ply toxthe top-ply along the inner edge of the. latteiyon the opposite side oi the inner edge of thejband-ply from said first stitching. I
3. That improvement in the art of making ioitheellers which consists in cutting a topply end a hand-ply in forms adapted for the respective top and band to he made iherefrom, stitching said plies together niong' their inner edges with the inner Side of the hund-ply adjacent to the outer side i oi the top-ply, folding the band-ply over its own inner edge, stitching the, folded-over portion of the hand-ply to the top-ply along inner edge of the letter on the opposite o of the inner edge of the hand-ply from and first Silii'ilillg, and stitching: a tuning oi'eithe exposed end-portions of the hand and the neighhoring corner-portions of the top.
1. 'llnn improvement in the art of making i 'niti-i'fiiiillh \\lii('l.1 consists in eutting a toppi) :ind zrhumhply in 'l'orms'ndupted for five i-ospevtive top and hand to he made therefrom, finishing the outer out edges of said plies. running snid plies together along Yin ir inner edges with the inner side of the imiHi-[li ndiau-ent to the outer side of the io l x folding' the Mind-ply over its own inner edge, stitching the folded-over portion of the band-ply to the top-ply along the inner edge 6f the latter on the opposite side of the inner edge of the band-ply from said first stitching, and stitching a facing over the exposed end-portions of the band and the neighboring corner-portions of the top.
5. That improvement in the art of making fold-collars whit-h eonsists in euttin it top ply and a hand-ply in forms adnpte for t w respective top and hand to he made therefrom, running snid plies together along their inner edges with the inner side of the hand ply adjacent in the outer side of the top-ply,
folding the hundqiy over its own inner edge, and sewing: t \e folded-over portion of the hand-ply to the topply h two rows of stitching on opposite sites 0 the intnrn'ed edge ofthe ham -piy.
6. A fohhcoliur having a bunthply and n top-ply, the top-ply halving an inner edge {)(ntmh lapping the hund piy, the immhply raving its inner edgeqmrtion intnrned ie= tween the top-ply and the body of the handply, said plies being seem-ed together by two rows of Stitching on opposite sides of the edge oi the inlurned edge-portionoi the hand-ply.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this :ih'lh day of January. 192' WlLlilAM liAlihl lll, JR.
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US2515321A (en) * 1949-10-20 1950-07-18 Blue Bell Inc Seam construction for garments
US2990554A (en) * 1959-01-21 1961-07-04 Nelson Jack Method of finishing a garment edge

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US2515321A (en) * 1949-10-20 1950-07-18 Blue Bell Inc Seam construction for garments
US2990554A (en) * 1959-01-21 1961-07-04 Nelson Jack Method of finishing a garment edge

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