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US1843494A
US1843494A US555597A US55559731A US1843494A US 1843494 A US1843494 A US 1843494A US 555597 A US555597 A US 555597A US 55559731 A US55559731 A US 55559731A US 1843494 A US1843494 A US 1843494A
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Feb. 2, 1932. i. PlLA'rsKY SEAM FOR GARMENTS Filed Aug Patented Feb. 2, 1932 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE ISRAEL PILATSKY, F BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, ASSIGNOR TO? EDDY-FORM BRASSIERE CO., INU., OF NEW YORK, N. Y., A CORPORATION OF NEW YORK l SEAJVI .'FOR GARMENTS Application led August 6, 1931. Serial No. 555,597.
This inventionrelates to improvements in garments of the type which employ linings, and more particularly it pertains to a new and novel seam for securing garment and 5 lining sections together to form the garment. In certain garments, particularly ladies undergarments it is highly desirable to have the seams present a smooth surface, and also to produce seams which are invisible or as nearly so .as possible. Heretofore, this has been impossible of attainment due primarily to the number of plies of fabric, the manner ink which the lining sections are secured to the garment sections and the type of seam employedto secure the several sections together.
It is one object of the present invention to provide an improved seam for securing together the sections of lined garments which seam presents a smooth surface on both the interior and exterior of the garment. i
It is a further object of the invention to produce a seam which in itself, is practically invisible even though the sections of material secured together by the seam are of different patterns. e
Other obj ectsiof the invention will appear as the nature of the invention is better understood and for this purpose, reference is to 3o be had to the accompanying drawings, wherelna l Figure 1 isa plan view of a brassire employing a seam formedfin accordance with the present invention, V Figure 2 is a'transverse sectional view taken on the line 2 2 of Figure 1,
Figure 3 is a fragmentary perspective view illustrating one step in the method of forming a seamin accordance with the present invention,
Figure 4 is a similar view illustrating a still further step in the method of forming the seam, and; e v
Figure 5 is a similar view illustrating a still further step in the method of forming the seam.
In the forming of brassires, it is highly desirable to provide pocket or cup like areas in the body portion thereof. lThis may be accomplished in many ways, among the most desirable being pre-shaping the garment sections and sewing them together along a line which intersects the finished pockets or cup like areas. In garments where linings are employed, this seam as ordinarily formed present-s a ridge and becomes uncomfortable and even irritating as well as unsightly in appearance.
. In carrying out my present invention, I take the preformed garment sections or mem-v bers and secure thereto in a novel manner, the rlining sections or members after which the several garment sections are secured together to form the completed garment.
In the accompanying drawings, the garment section is designated 10, and the lining section, which is herein illustrated as of a netlike material is designated 11.
In carrying out the present invention, the garment and lining sections are cut to the desired shape after which they are matched or placed together in registration with each other as illustrated in Figure 3, preferably with the lining section 11 superimposed upon the garment section 10. The two sections are then s-ecured together by a line of stitching 12 which line of stitching is spaced with relation to the edges 13 of the sections. vThe lining section 11 is neXt folded over-on the line of fold 14 which line of foldA is determined by the line of stitching 12. The lining section is preferably secured again to the garment section in its folded over position byy a line of stitching 15 which is positioned closely adjacent the edges 13 of the two sections. Although this last mentioned line of stitching 15 is not essential to the successful performance of the invention it is desirable as it insures the lining section retaining its proper position lrelative to its respective garment section.
In the formation of thev garment, the sev-- eral garment sections are securedtogether, and I wil-l now proceed toy describe the manner in which this operation is carried out, limiting my description to the'securing together of but two garment sections.y
When the garment sections and lining sec-v tions have been secured togetheras just del scribed, two such sections arefplaced in su- .ment section will be in face to face relation with a lining section with that portion of each section which lies between the lines of stitching 14 and 15 positioned between its respective garment and lining sections, in which position the parts are illustrated in Figure 2.
In Figure 1 of the drawings, I have illustrated a brassire 20, and the method just describedV is particularly adapted for forming the seam 21 which intersects the pockets or cup like areas 22 of the body of the brassire since it presents a smooth exterior surface for the pockets or cup-like areas.
If desired, the seam may be pressed after the garment sections have been secured together, but this is not considered a necessary step in the method. y
From the foregoing, it will be apparent that the present invention provides a new and novel seam for lined garments which when completed will present a smooth eXterior surface to the finished garment and which will be practically invisible.
I-Iaving thus described the invention, what is claimed as new and what it is desired to secure by Letters Patent of the United States, is:
1. The method of forming seams between two members of a lined garment which consists in matching a lining section to each of the garment sections to be secured together, securing each lining section to its respective garment section along a line remote from the meeting edges of the matched sections folding the lining section over the said line of securement, securing the lining section to the garment section along a line between the free edges of the lining and garment sections, and said first mentioned line of securement, placing two such sections together with the garment sections opposite each other and thelining sections opposite each other, securing only the garment sections together, and subsequently reversing the garment sections to position one opposite each lining section.
2. The method of forming seams between two members of a lined garment which consists in matching a lining section to each of the garment sections to be secured together,
securing each lining section to its respective garment section along a line remote from the meeting edges of the matched sections folding the lining section over the said line of securement, securing the lining section to the garment section along a line between the free edges of the lining and garment sections, and
said first mentioned line of securement, placing two such sections together with the garment sections opposite each other and the lining sections opposite each other, securing only the garment sections together, and subsequently bringing each garment section'into face to face relation with its respective lining section.
3. The Ymethod of forming seams between two members of a lined garment which consists in matchingv a lining section to each of the garment sections to be secured together, securing each lining section to its respective garment section along a line remote from the meeting edges of the matched sections folding the lining section over the said line of securement, securing the lining section to the garment section along a line between the free edges of the lining and garmentsections, and said first mentioned line of securement, placing two such sections together with the garment sections opposite each other and the lining sections opposite each other, securing only the garment sections together, and subsequently bringing each garment section into face to face relation with its respective lining section by folding said garment sections iny opposite directions along the last mentioned line of securement.
4. The method of forming seams between two members of a lined garment which consists in matching a lining section to each of the garment sections to be secured together, securing each lining section to its respective garment section along a line remote from the meeting edges of the matched sections folding the lining section over the said line of securement, securing the lining section to the garment section along a line between the free edges of the lining and garment sections, and said first mentioned line of securement placing two such sections together with the garment sections opposite each other, securing only the garment sections together along a line within the first mentioned line of securement, and subsequently reversing the garment sections to position one opposite each lining section. f
In testimony whereof I ax my signature.A
ISRAEL PILATSKY.
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US4314569A (en) * 1979-07-25 1982-02-09 Speno Joanne E Bra for athletic activities
US6898805B1 (en) 2002-07-15 2005-05-31 Sara Lee Corporation Underwear with trimless seam

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US4314569A (en) * 1979-07-25 1982-02-09 Speno Joanne E Bra for athletic activities
US6898805B1 (en) 2002-07-15 2005-05-31 Sara Lee Corporation Underwear with trimless seam

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