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  • MICHAEL VVEINER OF GLEVELAND OJHO
  • ASSlGNOR TO BAILEY 8t VVHIT- MORE or SAME PLACE.
  • My invention relates to gathering and ruf fling attachmentsfor sewing-machines in which the cloth is gathered by a reciprocating blade which may be actuated by means of the needle bar, as shown in the drawings, or in any other suitable manner, and alsoin which the ruffling attachment is secured to a presser foot.
  • My in vention relates to ruftlers so constructed that one piece of goods may be ruffled or gath ered and either one or two pieces sewed to it at the same time.
  • one piece may be sewed to the under and one to the upper side of the same, all at one and the,
  • the center piece is being rutfled, the said upper and lower piece,or both, being stitched on the right side of the goods and finished without the necessity of passing 3 the goods through the machine a second time.
  • It consists in providing an adjustable guide whereby the upper piece may be stitched nearer to or farther from its edge, said guide operating in a slot which is cut in the presser-foot in such a manner as to admit a piece of goods, or, .where it is desired to use cordings, (usually another piece of goods of somebright and dif ferent 'shade,which is sewed between theruftie and the upper piece, its edge only protrud- 0 ing,) the two may pass through said slot.
  • Figure l is an isometric view of my ruffler, showing the manner of attaching the same to a sewing-machine.
  • Fig. 2 is a rear view of my ruffler, showing the mechanism for operating the same.
  • Fig. 3 is a longitudinal vertical section of my ruffler and the needle-plate of a sewing-machine, showing more clearly the adjustable guide, and also the guard and rnffle-guide attachedto the needleplate.
  • Fig. 4 is an isometric view of a needleplate having attached to it the ruffle-guard and .guides.
  • Fig. 5 is a transverse section of my ruffler, showing more clearly the slot in the presser-foot andthe manner of adjustingthe guide therein
  • Fig. 6 is a detail view or the slotted presser-foot and its guide.
  • A is the face of a sewing-machine, in which work the needle bar B and presserbar O.
  • D is the base-plate of a sewing-machine, to which is attached the needle-plate E and feed F, which passes'through an opening in said needle-plate.
  • a presser-foot which is attached to the presser-bar O in the usual manner.
  • the ruffler H To the presser-foot G is attached the ruffler H, the rattling-blade of which may be operated in the same manner as what is known as the Johnson Ruffler, and shown in Fig. 2 of the drawings, a slotted lever being connected at one end to the needle-bar of the machine, while its opposite end is pivoted to the ruffler and provided with an arm, which abuts against lugs on the sliding plate of the ruffler and reciprocates the latter.
  • a is thereciprocating or ruffling blade, which is provided at its end with teeth, which act to catch the piece of cloth to be ruffled or push it forward.
  • a spring-guard, b Directly under'the blade or is a spring-guard, b, which acts to keep the feed of the machine from operating on the piece of 0 goods to be rufiied, and also to keep said piece in contact with the ruftling-blade a.
  • This springguard b is provided at its one end with guides c, which may be made, as shown in the drawings, S-shaped, and attached to the said guard in 5 any suitable manner, or it may be made part of the same.
  • This guard b and its guides 0 are shown attached to the needle-plate IE; but
  • d is a slot which is cut diagonally across the forward lower end of the presser-foot-Gr
  • This slot is provided with an adjustable spring-guide, e, which is operated by means of a set-screw, i, and, which serves to guide the edge of the said upper piece to the needle, thus making the stitch nearer to or farther from the edge.
  • the upper and lower piece of goods are not operated upon' by the ruffling blade a, but are operated upon and pulled forward by means of the feed F, the projection on the'rear'end of the presser-foot Gr sen ing to keep the under piece in contact with the said feed F.
  • guard-spring and guide may be secured to the shuttle-slide.

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(Model) M. WEINEB.
BUFFLER FOR SEWING MACHINES. $10,251,808. Patented Jan 3,1882.
INVENTOR ATTORNEYS N4 PETERS. Pholwl-Mhngrapber, Waihinglun. D c.
; UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. f
MICHAEL VVEINER, OF GLEVELAND OJHO, ASSlGNOR TO BAILEY 8t VVHIT- MORE, or SAME PLACE.
RUFFLER FOR SEWING-MACHINES.
I SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 251,808, dated January 3, 1882.
Application filed April 5, 1881. (Model.)
My invention relates to gathering and ruf fling attachmentsfor sewing-machines in which the cloth is gathered by a reciprocating blade which may be actuated by means of the needle bar, as shown in the drawings, or in any other suitable manner, and alsoin which the ruffling attachment is secured to a presser foot.
My in vention relates to ruftlers so constructed that one piece of goods may be ruffled or gath ered and either one or two pieces sewed to it at the same time. When it is desiredto sew two other pieces to the piece to be ruffled, one piece may be sewed to the under and one to the upper side of the same, all at one and the,
same time that the center piece is being rutfled, the said upper and lower piece,or both, being stitched on the right side of the goods and finished without the necessity of passing 3 the goods through the machine a second time. It consists in providing an adjustable guide whereby the upper piece may be stitched nearer to or farther from its edge, said guide operating in a slot which is cut in the presser-foot in such a manner as to admit a piece of goods, or, .where it is desired to use cordings, (usually another piece of goods of somebright and dif ferent 'shade,which is sewed between theruftie and the upper piece, its edge only protrud- 0 ing,) the two may pass through said slot.
It further consists in providing guides for the piece to be ruffled and for the under piece, the same being separatet'rom the ruffler proper, and attached either to the needle-plate, as shown in the drawings, or it may be attached to any suitable part of the base. To this guideis fastened (or it may be made part of it) a guardspring, which keeps the piece to be ruffled from p being operated upon by the feed of the sewing- 0 machine.
In the drawings, Figure l is an isometric view of my ruffler, showing the manner of attaching the same to a sewing-machine. Fig. 2 is a rear view of my ruffler, showing the mechanism for operating the same. Fig. 3 is a longitudinal vertical section of my ruffler and the needle-plate of a sewing-machine, showing more clearly the adjustable guide, and also the guard and rnffle-guide attachedto the needleplate. Fig. 4 is an isometric view of a needleplate having attached to it the ruffle-guard and .guides. Fig. 5 is a transverse section of my ruffler, showing more clearly the slot in the presser-foot andthe manner of adjustingthe guide therein, Fig. 6 is a detail view or the slotted presser-foot and its guide.
A is the face of a sewing-machine, in which work the needle bar B and presserbar O.
. D is the base-plate of a sewing-machine, to which is attached the needle-plate E and feed F, which passes'through an opening in said needle-plate.
G is a presser-foot, which is attached to the presser-bar O in the usual manner. To the presser-foot G is attached the ruffler H, the rattling-blade of which may be operated in the same manner as what is known as the Johnson Ruffler, and shown in Fig. 2 of the drawings, a slotted lever being connected at one end to the needle-bar of the machine, while its opposite end is pivoted to the ruffler and provided with an arm, which abuts against lugs on the sliding plate of the ruffler and reciprocates the latter.
a is thereciprocating or ruffling blade, which is provided at its end with teeth, which act to catch the piece of cloth to be ruffled or push it forward. Directly under'the blade or is a spring-guard, b, which acts to keep the feed of the machine from operating on the piece of 0 goods to be rufiied, and also to keep said piece in contact with the ruftling-blade a. This springguard b is provided at its one end with guides c, which may be made, as shown in the drawings, S-shaped, and attached to the said guard in 5 any suitable manner, or it may be made part of the same. This guard b and its guides 0 are shown attached to the needle-plate IE; but
it is obvious that the same may be attached in any suitable manner to the base-plate D, the too object being to have it separate from the ruffler H, but attached to the machine in such a manner that it will remain in position when the ruffler is raised by means of the presserbar, and thus facilitate the adjustment of the goods to be operated upon.
d is a slot which is cut diagonally across the forward lower end of the presser-foot-Gr, and
which serves as a guide for any goods that it may be desired to sew to the upper or right side of the ruffle. This slot is provided with an adjustable spring-guide, e, which is operated by means of a set-screw, i, and, which serves to guide the edge of the said upper piece to the needle, thus making the stitch nearer to or farther from the edge. i
The upper and lower piece of goods are not operated upon' by the ruffling blade a, but are operated upon and pulled forward by means of the feed F, the projection on the'rear'end of the presser-foot Gr sen ing to keep the under piece in contact with the said feed F. I
It is obvious that the guard-spring and guide may be secured to the shuttle-slide.
It will also be noticed that the guard-spring is raised a short distance above the feed F; My
strips or arms bent parallel with theend of the spring, one above and one below the same, to form guides, the under strip being secured to the needle-plate, substantially as set forth.
2. The combination, with a presser-foot provided with an inclined slot, of an adjustable spring-guide, 0, one end of which is secured to the ruffler, while the other end extends into the slot of the presser-i'oot', as and for the purpose set forth. r a
In'testimony whereot'I have signed my name to this'specification in theprescnce of two subscribing witnesses.
I MICHAEL WEINER.
Witnesses: 1 a
J NO. ORowELL, J r., ERNEST O.-0RsBuRN.
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