US1582161A - Garment-trimming material - Google Patents

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US1582161A
US1582161A US623665A US62366523A US1582161A US 1582161 A US1582161 A US 1582161A US 623665 A US623665 A US 623665A US 62366523 A US62366523 A US 62366523A US 1582161 A US1582161 A US 1582161A
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    • A41D27/08Trimmings; Ornaments

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April 27,1926. 1,582,161
P. E. BROWN GARIBN'I THINKING MATERIAL Filed March 8. 1923 jwe70/0 5 As already suggested, the folding of the sections 5 is followed closely by the apply ing and stitching of the binding strip 13, this binding being of a suitable woven material preferably cut on the bias and into narrow strips.
The binding strip B, as clearly shown to the right in Figure l, is hemmed on both edges, the edges being turned in, and the strip then applied around the unsevered edge of the folded ribbon, and finally stitched along the line 8, this line of stitching passing through the hemmed edges of the bind ing strip 15, as well as the double thickness of thefolded sections of the ribbon. It is to be observed that only the folded halves 5 of the sections A are stitched down before the binding strip is applied, this being necessary in order to hold them in place during the final folding and stitching operation. The halves 5 are stitched down with the application and sewing of the binding strip 13.
From the foregoing description it follows that the resulting product forms an attractive and finished material suitable for the trimming of garments. lVith the -arious shades, textures, patterns and widths of ribbon available for use as the foundation, an
endless variety of trimming may be produced.
In disclosing the. material embodying the invention, I am aware that various forms and textures of braid, piping, and ribbon have been used for a similar purpose, but such materials when so used have beensewn directly to the garment in their natural form. I am not aware of a trimming in which the ribbon or like material has been treated or fashioned to provide a pointed or scalloped edge, and a non-elastic binding applied along one edge, to give body and permanency to the material and serving as a foundation to be sewed to the material of the garment.
I therefore claim as new, any article of manufacure embodying the treatment of materials hereinbefore disclosed or suggested and more especially set forth in the appended claims.
1 claim as my invention:
1. A garment trimming material as a new article of manufacture, comprising ribbon or like narrow textile -material cut at equal intervals along parallel lines extending at right angles to one edge, the severed edges being folded back along diagonal fold lines to coincide with the unsevered edge of the material and a binding strip stitched along said unsevered edge.
'2. A garment trimming material as a new article of manufacture, comprising ribbon or like narrow textile material cut along transverse lines terminating short of one edge thereof and spaced apart a distance substantially twice the width of the material, the severed edges being folded back upon the unsevered edge thereby forming triangular sections of double thickness of the material, and a binding strip stitched along the unsevered edge of the material and including the severed edges of the folded material.
In witness whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name this 27 day of Feby, A. D., 1923.
PERCY E. BROWN.
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US5014636A (en) * 1989-05-11 1991-05-14 Mcguire- Nicholas Company, Inc. Composite padded fabric material and edge binding system

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US5014636A (en) * 1989-05-11 1991-05-14 Mcguire- Nicholas Company, Inc. Composite padded fabric material and edge binding system

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