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US2177981A
US2177981A US235788A US23578838A US2177981A US 2177981 A US2177981 A US 2177981A US 235788 A US235788 A US 235788A US 23578838 A US23578838 A US 23578838A US 2177981 A US2177981 A US 2177981A
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Oct. 31, 1939. G D 2,177,981
WEAVING FRAME Filed Oct. 19, 1938 v JIINVENTZR.
Patented Oct. 31, 1 939 2,177,981
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE WEAVING FRAME Anna J. Haglund, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of one-third to Charles E. Haglund and one-third to Antoinette J. Haglund, Los Angelcs, Calif.
Application October 19, 1938, Serial No. 235,788
3 Claims. (01. 13934) My invention relates to weaving frames such other hole opening out at the top of. said block, as a person can hold in her hands, or her lap, or and designated 10, as will be clear from Fig. 2. on a table in front of her and can move con- The first hole is designated 8'. veniently as she weaves the design, pattern or Thus four rods, as 9, each have one end in- 5 other needle work made thereon. serted endwise into a hole or bore, as 8 in one 5 My invention relates to a weaving frame on side of each block, and its other end laid laterwhich a foundation or net-like structure can be ally down in the open hole or slot H], as indimade in the frame, and in which foundation or cated, whereby it is easy to remove each of said net-like structure the particular design, pattern, rods by lifting one end up out of the slot Hi, and
0 or needle work is then woven or created, then withdrawing its other end from the hole 8. 10
The principal object of my invention is to pro- In Fig. 3, I have shown a scallop member II, vide a simple, practical and economical frame having at its opposite ends two short sleeves, as structure having four rods supported detachl2, l2, threaded on the rods, [3, l4, and in its ably therein and on which the strands or threads middle having an extension [5, with a sleeve I5 can be placed in creating the foundation, said on the rod l6, said scallop member having a 15 four rods being in square or rectangular form series of curved segments, as H. Said scallop and each being separately and quickly detachmember may be provided on its upper side with able, as may be desired. spaced thread-receiving pins or studs, as H.
Another object of. my invention is to provide In Fig. 4, I have shown another scallop memin a frame of the character referred to a frame ber 18, having the short sleeves l9, I9, at its 20 structure with one or more rods or members opposite ends, with set screws 20, so that said formed to give a scallop edge, or an edge of vary member can be adjusted along the rods 2!, 2!, as ing curves or angles, as may be desired, as is desired. sometimes given to lace collars, doilies, and the In Fig. 6, I have shown a weaving frame with like. one of the rods removed and a scallop member 25 Another object of my invention is to provide a 23 inserted in its place and having its opposite weaving frame having an adjustable border or ends inserted in the opposite blocks 8, 8, as clearedge member extended across the frame between ly shown in said figure, said scallop border memopposite sides thereof at different widths so that her having its upper side spaced pins or studs,
work of various sizes can be on one frame. as 24 to receive the loops of the threads or 30 In order to explain my invention more in destrands, designated S in all figures. tail, I have illustrated the same on the accom- In Fig. 1, it will be seen that the threads or panying sheet of drawings which I will now strands S are arranged in crossed relationship, describe. like a screen, and are tied together at each cross- Figure 1 is a plan view of a weaving frame eming, and thus a net or foundation is created on 35 bodying my invention; the frame, so that any desired design or pattern Figure 2 is a fragmentary sectional view taken can be woven or made thereon, as indicated by on line 2-2 of Fig. l; the shaded portions on said Fig. 1.
Figure 3 is a partial view of a weaving frame If the scallop member shown in Figs. 3 and 4,
similar to that shown in Fig. 1 and showing a or in Fig. 6, is used, it will be clear that the woven 4 scallop forming member in place in the frame; piece will be formed with scalloped edge. It will Figure 4 is a similar view showing an adjustalso be clear that these scallop members can be able scallop forming member thereon; and made in any desired form or design for the pur- Figure 5 is a fragmentary sectional View therepose of. determining the form of the scalloped of taken on the line 5-5 of Fig. 4; and edges of the work turned out on the frame. 45
Figure 6 is a partial view of a weaving frame Thus I have provided a simple and practical having a scallop forming member in place in weaving frame in which the rod members can one side of the frame. be easily and quickly detached at will, rod mem- Referring now to the drawing in detail, I probers formed to provide for scallop edges can be vide a base frame 1, shown to be square in this substituted, and scallop members can be threaded 50 application, but not limited to a square form and on or connected to opposite rod members to make having mounted on each corner a block or mempossible work of different widths with scallop her, as 8, having a hole in one side to receive the edge, as indicated in Figs. 3 and 4 of the drawing. end of a rod 9, inserted endwise therein, and I do not limit my invention to the details of having therein, at right angles to said hole, anconstruction and arrangement shown and de- 55 members at each corner on the top surface thereof having openings in the same plane at right angles to each other to hold rods, rods detachably held at their opposite ends in said openings, and scallop members adjustably connected at their opposite ends to opposite frame members to form scallop edges on the work.
3. A weaving frame including a frame, corner members at each corner, work holding rods detachably held in the same plane between said corner members, and scallop members of undulating form connected to opposite rods, across said frame member, for the purpose described.
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Cited By (3)

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US2427093A (en) * 1946-05-08 1947-09-09 Minna L Eckert Hand loom
US4832085A (en) * 1988-11-02 1989-05-23 Northrup Marianna J Variable-sized rod handweaving frame
FR2898608A1 (en) * 2006-03-15 2007-09-21 Bouteiller Marie Madeleine De Device for producing and introducing a fabric work such as handcraft and interior decoration, comprises a support provided with a hooking means and a wire frame, a framework adapted to receive the support and a spacing means

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2427093A (en) * 1946-05-08 1947-09-09 Minna L Eckert Hand loom
US4832085A (en) * 1988-11-02 1989-05-23 Northrup Marianna J Variable-sized rod handweaving frame
FR2898608A1 (en) * 2006-03-15 2007-09-21 Bouteiller Marie Madeleine De Device for producing and introducing a fabric work such as handcraft and interior decoration, comprises a support provided with a hooking means and a wire frame, a framework adapted to receive the support and a spacing means

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