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US1688910A
US1688910A US94587A US9458726A US1688910A US 1688910 A US1688910 A US 1688910A US 94587 A US94587 A US 94587A US 9458726 A US9458726 A US 9458726A US 1688910 A US1688910 A US 1688910A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B1/00Shirts
    • A41B1/04Shirts convertible into cami-knickers

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Oct. 23, 1928.
c. N. WINSHIP UNDERGARMENT Filed March 15, 1926 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 I Q IN VEN TOR. 64/ J 0%.
' ATTORNEY.
C. N. WINSHIP UNDERGARMENT Filed March 13, 1926 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 INVEN TOR.
Patented Oct. 23, 1928.
UNITED STATES PATENT QFFICE.
CHARLES N. W'INSHIP, OF WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, ASSIGN'OR TO VINSHIP, BOI'I & (30., A COPARTNERSHIP CONSISTING 0F CHARLES N. W'INSHIP AND ELIZA- BETH E. BOIT, BOTH 0F WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS.
UNDEBGABMENT.
Application filed March 13, 1526. Serial No. 94,587.
This invention relates to ladies underwear and is especially concerned with garmentsof the combination type designed to be worn mstead of a shirt. Such garments are sold under a great variety of names and they are usually provided with very short legs and have a closed crotch. leretofore the majority of garments of this type have been made from cotton knit goods and the problem of making a well fitting garment has been greatly simplified by the fact that the fabric from which they are made is extremelyelastic. When such garments are manufactured from a much less elastic material, such as knit silk or rayon, this problem becomes more troublesome, and the undergarments usually made from the latter materials have not had the well fitting characteristics of the cotton garments. The present invention deals with this problem and it aims to devise an undergarment suitable for manufacture from silk, rayon, and other relatively inelastic fabrics, which will have the seat and leg room necessary for the comfort and convenience of the wearer, while at the same time being shapely and well fitting. It is also an object of the invention to devise a garment having these advantages which can be manufactured economically.
The nature of the invention will be readily understood from the following description when read in connection with the accompanying drawings, and the novel features will be particularly pointed out in the appended claim.
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Figures 1 and 2 are perspective views showing the front and rear, respectively, of a garment constructed in accordance with this invention Figs. 3, 4- and 5 are plan views showing the more iinportant parts from which the garment shown in Figs. 1 and 2 is made; and
Fig. 6 is a plan view showing the crotch construction of the garment.
Referring first to Figs. 1 and 2 it will be seen that the garment consists chiefly of a front section 2. which forms the greater part of the body of the garment, a rear panel 3, and a front gusset 4. The parts from which this garment is made are clearly shown in Figs. 3, 4: and 5. The front section 2 is approximately rectangular in form and has a slit 5 extending for a considerable distance upwardly from about the middle of the lower edge thereof. The gusset 4 is sewed to the opposite edges of the slit 5. The lateral edges of the back panel 3 are united to the opposite lateral edges of the frontsection 2 by scams 6 and 7, Fig. 2, which lie at the back of the garment. Formed in the central part of the lower edge of the gusset 4 is a notch 8 while a similar notch 9 is formed-in the lower edge of the back panel 3, and these notched portions are united in the crotch by a seam 1.0, Fig. 6. Two strips of edge binding 11 and 12, preferably consisting of tubular knit fabric of the same material as the main body of the garment, are stitched to the lower edges of the parts 2, 3 and 4 where they will form the edges of the very short legs with'which the garment is provided. The upper edge of the garment is hemmed or finished in any suitable manner, and shoulder straps 14 are secured to this edge.
It will be observed that the back panel 3 is relatively narrow from the top down to the region of the waist, and that it widens very rapidly from the waist to the lower edge thereof. This construction is of value in giving the garment the desired lit, and, combined with the fact that the lower edge portions 15 and 16, Fig. 5, of the panel extend downwardly toward each other from the opposite lateral edges, provides the necessary fullness in the seat to make the garment comfortable and convenient. A shapely well fitting garment thus provided which has ample room for comfort, without, at the same time, being baggy or having an undesirable excess of material at any point. Since the entire body of the garment consists of three pieces, the manufacture of the garment re quires the handling of only a very few parts. The number of seams to be run also is reduced. Usually the parts 2, 3 and i are cut from tubular knit fabric, and the shape of the parts is such that the goods can be out without excessive waste. The garment can therefore be n'ianufactured economically.
While I have herein shown and described a preferred form of the invention, it will be evident that considerable variation in con struction of the garment is permissible within the limits of the invention.
Having thus described my invention, what I desire to claim as new is:
A ladys undergarment comprising a front loo section forming the greater part of the body tion, said panel being relatively narrow at its of the garment, said front section being of top and waist and Widening rapidly below the 10 approximately rectangular form with a slit waist, the lower edges of said gusset and extending for a considerable distance upback panel being united in the crotch of the wardly from the central part of the lower garment, and the lower edges of said panel edge thereof, a tapered gusset sewed to the extending from opposite lateral edges thereof opposite edges of said slit, a back panel downwardly toward each other to the crotch. sewed to the opposite edges of said front sec- CHARLES N. WINSHIP.
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