US1780874A - Shirt pocket and method of making the same - Google Patents

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US1780874A
US1780874A US442315A US44231530A US1780874A US 1780874 A US1780874 A US 1780874A US 442315 A US442315 A US 442315A US 44231530 A US44231530 A US 44231530A US 1780874 A US1780874 A US 1780874A
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Nov. 4, 1930. .1. FRIEDMANN 1,780,374
SHIRT POCKET AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME Filed April 7, 1930 a m u I u Patented Nov. 4, 1930 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE f JACOB FRIEDMANN, or rnnnronr, NEW YORK; ASSIGNOR T KAYLON, INCORPORATED,
011' NEW YORK, N. Y., A CORPORATION OF NEW YORK SHIRT POCKET Aim METHOD or MAKING THE SAME Y Application filed April 7',
Among the objects'of the invention are to,
provide a shirt, especially of the sport type,
with a pocket, the body of which will'be inside of, and concealed by, the shirt front, whereby the front of the shirt will have a more attractive appearance thanifthe pocket 10 is formed in the ordinary mannerby attaching a patch or pocket-forming member to the outer face of the garment. v u
The invention will be more particularly described in connection with the accompanying drawing, in which: Figure 1 is an elevationof aportion of the front of a shirt having a pocket constructed in accordance with the present invention.
Figure 2 is a face View of the inner side of theshirt front, showing the manner in which the pocket-forming member is initially applied. y Figure 3 is a sectional View, on an enlarged scale, substantially on the line 33 of Figure 2. a r v Figure 4 is a view of the outer face of the shirt after'the pocket-forming member has been attached, as in Figures 2 and 3, and illustrating a further step in the method of manufacture. v I r Figure 5 is a sectional view, on an enlarged scale, substantially on the line 55 of Figure 4. Y Figure 6 is an elevation of the inner side or face of the shirt front illustrating another step in the method of forming the pocket,
. Figure 7 is a section, on an enlarged scale, substantiallyon the line 7 7 of Figure 6.
Figure Sis an elevation of the inner face of a portion of the shirt frontand the completed pocket applied thereto;
Figure 9 is a section, on an enlarged scale, substantially on the line 9-9 of Figure 8.
Figure 10 is a detail, on an enlarged scale,
4 substantially on the line 10-'1O of Figure 8.
Referring to the drawing, in the several figures of which like parts are designated by the same reference character, 1 designates a portion ofthe front of. a shirt. As the 5 present invention relates merely to the 1930. Serial No. 442,315. v v
method of providing a pocket for the shirt, only a small portion of the body of the garment is illustrated. f I
In accordance with the present invention, the first step in the method of providing a shirtwith an inside pocket is to secure at the desired position to the inner face of the shirt front a pocket patch or member 2. ,As shown, the patch or member 2 is of a form toprovidea pocket which will have a substantially straight top edge and a concaved bottom. Therefore, the member-.2 has a substantially straight edge, and, as shown in Figures 2' and 3, is attached to the inner facejof. the shirt 1, as by a horizontal lineof stitching l As shown in the drawing, the pocket mem ber 2 is initially positioned on the shirtso that the body, thereof extends upward from the aforesaid straight edge thereof,., or the line of securing stitches 3.- a v After thevpocket piecevor member 2 has been attachedto the shirt as described, a suitable opening is formed in the bodyof the shirt, as by cutting a slit immediately below the lower edge of pocket member.
A reinforcement comprising members v l, 5, separated by a slit is then secured bysuit able stitches 6, 7, to the outer face of. the shirt 1, with said members 4, 5, respectively above andbelow the incision or pocket ,opening thathas been formed as before described, and with its slit in alignment with said open- The reinforcement members 4, 5, are passed inward through the opening or slit, and securedin position by suitablestitching 8,19. V Y I The line of stitching 8, as shown, connects the inturned portion of the reinforcing memw ber 5 to the shirt'front l, and, as sh own,- is located closely'adj acent the. lower, bent over, edge ofsaidmember- If desired, however," this'line of stitching 8 mayextend throughthe reinforcementmember 5, andbe substantially coincidentwith the aforesaid line of stitching 7 by which the reinforcement piece is secured to the shirt body. r v.
= The inturned portion of theupperrein forcingnemberoverlies the lower edge of the pocket piece 2, and the stitches QeXtend 10D through the reinforcing member, the pocket I piece, and the shirt body, being, as shown, close to the upper,-bent over, edge of the reinforcement piece on the outer face of the shirt; The line of stitching 9 may, in some instances extend through the inner and ol'lter 7-. face portions ofthereinforcing' member 4.
. 'pocketmember 2 isinverted, or'mojved from "-T Fromthe foregoing I drawing,'it will be's'eenthat by the nvent on there provided a; pocket insidethe shirt,
' After the body member 2 has]b,eencon-:-' ne'cted' to 113116"; shirt andths reinforcing or 7 binding strip-like; members for the ed e of e the pocket opening aflixed, as describe the the position shown in Figures 2 to 6 inclusive,
I into the position shown Figures 1: and 8,
andtheside and bottom edges thereof attachedlto the shirtbody:
Preferably theside and bottom edges of the pocket piece 2'are bent or' foldedinward atthe margi'ns'," as represented at 10 in Figure 2, and thejstitchingl3, by which the sides and bottom'edges of the pocket'piece are secured cto"theshirt,"pass through such reinforced or doubled edge 'portions;
"description and the thepocketmfember 2'be'in'g concealed by the 'shirt front andithemouth or opening tothe pocket being reinforcedand given aneatand attractive" appe aranceb'y the binding or: re-- inforcing members 4 5,7respectively emb'racing the opposite eclgsthereof.
hile in theforegoing description refer."
, "ence has-been madeto the order in which the several steps 1 of the" improved method are preferably carried out, it wi1:1-,;ofcourse,jbe v im'derstodgthat there can be some modification in order of such steps without depart inglfroin fthe invention. For example, pos-' sibly it might be found .advantageousato' initially form" the slit which" provides the attachingtheipocketmember to the shirt in.
openingfor the pocket in'the' shirt priorto 7 V therelation shown in Figures-2 to 4a.;
I The reinforeingor binding strips 4, 53'may5 shown, conceal thelirie of stitching by .7 which the pocket "member 2i's secured to the the shirt; andalsot helines of stitching 6, f7', b y which saidstrips are initially at tached'tothe" shirti In Figure of the-drawing, the mouth of thdpticlit represented inan "abnormal or slightly"'distorted position;in'order to better ,7
ferried ed es above and'helow the pocket illustrate-the invention. rltwill; bet-under stood; of course, that normally the two rein L cisform to provideja pocket' having a concaved 'courseytheinvention is not'limited the use-offapocket-memberof any-special I f ,sllaper cSuch-memberfm'ay -be of a form to 1 opening,,willl' be in substantial parallelism v e I ieular embodimentiof the invention'illustratdin the drawing and here: v ,'in""described theflpQCket member 2 is of a provide a pocket having its: bottom substantially parallel with the t-op thereof or the member 2 may be of a form to provide the pocket with a substantially diamond'shaped,v
pointed bottom.
I claim:
, jlfTh'erm'ethod' of shirt with i a'p'o'ck'et; which consists in stitching a pocket Pi lonsion ed e- 0 he' nn r se shirt, forming pocket 'opening 'in the shirt" below the line of'the aforesaid connection of the pocket piecewiththe-shirt,securing reinforcing members to the outer face, offthe" shirt-above andbelow the pocket opening;
turning the lower reinforcing member.-
through said opening and securing it against theinher 'face of the shirt; turningthe' other reinforcing member throug'h the opening and securing it to the 'pocket, piece; inverting the V pocket piece, and stitching the previously free edges of thepocketpieceto the-shirt,
'2, The method of providing a'shirlt" with e a pocket; which consists in stitching a pocket piece along theedge'to the'inner face ofa' shirt; forminga pocket opening in thejshirt below the line of. the aforesaid connection of the pocket piecetwiththeshirt, securing I to; the outer face of the shirt'fa" slitted jrein forcement, withthe slit therein in alignment is 95 7 the membersof'saidr'einforcement separated with the pocket opening in the shirt; turning.
the slit through the pocket opening, sec'ur -L ing the inturned portion of the lowerofsaid membersagainst the'innerhfaceof the shirt; securing. the intn'rned pjorti'on" or, the upper said member to thepocket 3 piece and shirt,
and stitching the previouslyfreeedges of the pocketfpiecetotheishirtL V 3. A shirtpocket construction coin'prising vstrips stitched to the outer face of a'shirt body respectively abovefand below 'ai pocket open ng formed in such body, both said strips being turned inward. through the opening and's'e'cured to'the shirt to form bindings for thetop and bott'om edges of said'op'ening and tween the inturned portion of the upper bind{ strip and the body of the shirt and having lts side and bottom edges secured directly to a pocket piece secured at its upper edge jbe- I
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US4315793A (en) * 1979-03-01 1982-02-16 Haggar Company Apparatus for implanting pockets
US4337881A (en) * 1979-03-01 1982-07-06 Haggar Company Apparatus for implanting pockets
USD651767S1 (en) * 2009-12-30 2012-01-03 Dias Julie A Bilateral leash pouch for dog waste and personal items
USD747077S1 (en) * 2014-05-01 2016-01-12 MAD Apparel, Inc. Pocket
USD753371S1 (en) * 2012-11-27 2016-04-12 Juan Jose Szekely T-shirt pockets
USD777331S1 (en) 2014-05-01 2017-01-24 MAD Apparel, Inc. Electronic module
USD779167S1 (en) 2015-02-04 2017-02-21 MAD Apparel, Inc. Garment pocket
USD799761S1 (en) * 2015-04-21 2017-10-10 Januario P Dia Pet tag slip case
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US4315793A (en) * 1979-03-01 1982-02-16 Haggar Company Apparatus for implanting pockets
US4337881A (en) * 1979-03-01 1982-07-06 Haggar Company Apparatus for implanting pockets
USD651767S1 (en) * 2009-12-30 2012-01-03 Dias Julie A Bilateral leash pouch for dog waste and personal items
USD753371S1 (en) * 2012-11-27 2016-04-12 Juan Jose Szekely T-shirt pockets
USD747077S1 (en) * 2014-05-01 2016-01-12 MAD Apparel, Inc. Pocket
USD777331S1 (en) 2014-05-01 2017-01-24 MAD Apparel, Inc. Electronic module
USD779167S1 (en) 2015-02-04 2017-02-21 MAD Apparel, Inc. Garment pocket
USD786538S1 (en) * 2015-02-04 2017-05-16 MAD Apparel, Inc. Garment pocket
USD799761S1 (en) * 2015-04-21 2017-10-10 Januario P Dia Pet tag slip case
USD842481S1 (en) 2017-01-20 2019-03-05 MAD Apparel, Inc. Electronic module
USD854261S1 (en) * 2017-07-02 2019-07-16 Todd Dunkle Hanging pet tag silencer

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