US1697630A - Waistband lining and method - Google Patents

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US1697630A
US1697630A US148083A US14808326A US1697630A US 1697630 A US1697630 A US 1697630A US 148083 A US148083 A US 148083A US 14808326 A US14808326 A US 14808326A US 1697630 A US1697630 A US 1697630A
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A. H. BRICKER WAISTBAND LINING AND METHOD Filed NOV. 12, 1926 IIIHHIII.
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ABRAHAM H. BRIGKER, OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, ASSIGNOR TO JACOB MARCUS, OF
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
WAIST-BAND LINING AND METHOD.
Application led November 12, 1926. SeriaINo. 148,083.
My present invention relates to an improvcment in waist bands and the method of making and applying the same and more particularly to a Waist band to be used in trousers and similar garments and to the method by which the Waist band is constructed and attached to the garment. I am aware that heretofore it has been proposed to hemstitch a lining material, to provide the same with a stiifening member, and to connect the hemstitched lining to the cloth forming the trousers or other similar garment and then to fold the cloth adjacent the line of stitching by which the hemstitched lining and the cloth are connected to produce a band in which the hemstitch feature gives the appearance of hand Work. In so constructing and applying the waist band lining, however, much difficulty is experienced in making the work even anduniform.y
The object of my invention is the same as that heretofore sought in the form of trouser lining to which reference has hereinbefore been made, namely to provide a lining which is so constructed and applied -as to give the appearance of hand work. Vith the improvement7 however, by overcoming the difliculties to which I have referred in so constructing the lining that a uniformly -even and straight seam may be easily made by a machine in connecting the lining to the goods or cloth of which the trousers are made. To
this end in carrying out the invention I em.'
ploy a stiifener member which by folding or otherwise along one 'edge portion produces an edge of sufficient thickness to act as a. guide for the machine in making the stitch by which .theVV lining is connected to the cloth of the garment, it being understood as will be hereinafter more particularly described that the lining and stiifener member are first connected by a suitable stitch which when the lining is in'place in t-he garment makes the Work appear as if it were hand made.
In the ldrawing Figure 1 is a plan illus-y trating the manner in which thewaist band lining and cloth of the garment are made and connected in accordance with my invention.
Fig. 2 is an edge view taken on line 2 2, Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is an inside view of the lining and a part of the cloth of the garment after these have been connected and turned to their position in use, and l By referring' to the drawing it will be seen that in carrying out my invention the waist band lining made in accordance therewith v comprises a stiener member 10 made of can.v vas or like material as is customary in this art. This canvas stitfener member is cut or made'in strips and one edge portion thereof is folded on itself as indicatedat 11. In completing the waist band lining itself I also employ the customary lining "material 12. This is also cut in a strip appreciably. wider than thestrip of stiffening material. A part of one edge portion of the lining member 12 is placed on the opposite edge portion ofthe s'tiilener member 10 and these parts secured to each other by a line of stitching 13 which runs substantially parallel to the opposite edge 14 of the stifener member. The .lining member 12 is then folded over the edge 14 and made to extend across and beyond the opposite face of the stitfener member 10. With the stiifener member and the lining secured to each other b the line of stitching 13 the adjacent parts o `the stiffener and lining are made to conform to each other and are then connected at the folded edge portion 11 of the stifener member by a line of stitching 15 which is preferably a zigzag stitch or some other more or less artistic stitch which will give the finished article a neat and satisfactory appearance. It is-to be noted that the edge 16 of the stiffener member adjacent this line of stitching 15 is sufficiently thick to form a guide in securing the waist band lining to the trousers material.
With the waist band lining constructed -as hereinbefore described the edge portion 17 extends appreciably beyond the stitch 15. As thus constructed the waist band lining is placed upon the trousers material 18, 'or the material of any garment to which the waist.
` constructed the garment material 18 is'folded over on the line 20 so as to bring the obverse or outer surface .of the material outermost and the outer surface of the lining member of the Waist band lining innermost, Whereby in so doing the edge of the lining material 12 adjacent the stitch line 15 will be folded over the edge 16 of the edge portion 11 of the stiiener member and the parts will assume the position shown in Figs. 3 and 4 in which the more or less fancy stitch 15 Will be readily Visible and Will not only give the Work the appearance of being hand made, but also will be even and uniform throughout the entire length of the Waist band lining.
I claim as my invention:
1.- The method of constructing a. Waist band lining and securing the same to a. garment material consisting in folding one edge portion of a strip of stil'ener material on itself leaving the opposite edge thereof unfolded, placing a strip of lining material on the strip of stifener material and securing one edge portion of the strip of lining material to the strip of stiifener material adjacent the unfolded edge thereof, then folding the strip of lining material over the unfolded edge of the strip of stiffener material, connecting the folded edge portion of the strip of stiifener material to the ad'acent portion of the strip of lining material y a 4zigzag stitch with a portion of the lining material extending beyond the edge 4of the folded edge portion of the stiffener ma-l s 4 terial, placing the thus formed lining ona garment material and securing the same to the garment material by a line of stitching running along the edge of the folded edge portion of the stiifener material andpassing only through the'garment material and that portion of the lining extending beyond the folded edge portion of the stifener material, and then turning the garment material and the lining material over on the line of stitching connecting the garment material to that portion of the lining material which extends the liner member folded over-the said un-` folded edge portion of the stiffener member with the other edge portion of the liner member extending beyond the, edge of the folded over edge portion of 'the stiffener member, the said folded edge portion of the stiifener member being connected to the adjacent portion of the liner member by a zigzag line of stitching, the thus formed `Waist band lining being connected to the trousers material by a line of stitching running only through the same and the liner member adjacent the edge of the folded over edge portion of the stiener member.
Signed by me this 30th day of October,
1926. l ABRAHAM H. BRICKER.
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US2560363A (en) * 1948-12-07 1951-07-10 Charles Navasky & Co Inc Waistband construction
US3843973A (en) * 1973-03-05 1974-10-29 Day S Tailor D Clothing Inc Single-piece overlapping waistband for pants
US10709187B2 (en) * 2016-04-18 2020-07-14 Nike, Inc. Trim piece for an apparel item

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2560363A (en) * 1948-12-07 1951-07-10 Charles Navasky & Co Inc Waistband construction
US3843973A (en) * 1973-03-05 1974-10-29 Day S Tailor D Clothing Inc Single-piece overlapping waistband for pants
US10709187B2 (en) * 2016-04-18 2020-07-14 Nike, Inc. Trim piece for an apparel item
US11297884B2 (en) 2016-04-18 2022-04-12 Nike, Inc. Trim piece for an apparel item

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