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US2524879A US77595A US7759549A US2524879A US 2524879 A US2524879 A US 2524879A US 77595 A US77595 A US 77595A US 7759549 A US7759549 A US 7759549A US 2524879 A US2524879 A US 2524879A
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Oct. 10, 1950 c. CAPUANO 2,524,879
HIP POCKET Filed Feb. 21, 1949 3 Sheets-Sheet 1 C. CAPUANO Oct. 10, 1950 HIP POCKET 3 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Feb. 21, 19.49
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AUTOENEVS c. CAPUANO HI? POCKET 3 Sheets-Sheet 3 Filed Feb. 21, 1949 HTTOIQ/VEVS Patented Oct. 10, 1950 UNITED STATES TNT OFFICE,-
18 Claims.
This invention relates to a pocket construction, and particularly to a hip pocket construction.
A main object of the present invention is to provide an improved pocket construction which is simpler, superior, and easier to make and construct than prior pocket constructions.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a pocket construction which is easier to assemble than prior pocket constructions.
Another object of the present invention is to provide an improved method of making a pocket construction. v
With the foregoing and other objects in view, which will be made manifest in the following detailed description and specifically pointed out in the appended claims, reference is had to the accompanying drawings for an illustrative embodiment of the invention, wherein: 7
Figures 1 through 7 represent succeeding steps in constructing and assembling a pocket construction embodying the concepts of the pres-.
ent invention; Figs. 1 and 2 being views from the same direction; Figs. 4 and 7 being views from the opposite sides of the assemblages shown in Figs. 3 and 6, respectively; Fig. 5 being a view of the assemblage shown in Fig. 4, but in folded condition; and Fig. 6 being a view of the assemblage shown in Fig. 5 turned inside outward;
Figs. 8 and 9 disclose alterations which may be made in the preferred form of the invention;
Fig. 10 is .a view along the lines IB- IG of Fig. 6; and
Fig. 11 is a sectional view alon the line I I- l I of Fig. 6.
Referring to the accompanying drawings 1 wherein similar reference characters designate similar parts throughout, the three main pieces of which the pocket construction is formed are shown in Fig. 1, reference numeral i0 indicating a lining piece. referencenumeral i1 indicating a facing piece, and reference numeral 12 indicatin a main body piece. The main body piece i2 as shownin Fig. 1 is only representative, and the particular shape and size. disclosed in Fig. l is for the purpose of convenience. It
will be understood that generallythe main body portion will be one rear hip section of the trouser or an equivalent piece of material. In any event, there is generally a main piece in which it is desired to form a pocket and this main piece is L intended to be represented by the numeral I 2,
the particular configuration of the piece in Fig. 1 being merely for purposes of convenience in rd r to t the various figures o th drawin sheet.
In order to make it simple to assemble the pocket construction, it is preferable that notches l4 and i5 be provided in lining piece I0 to indicate various positions of the various pieces during the assembling. Forming piece II has notches it for locating it.
A number of steps in the construction will now be described but it is to be understood that the particular order in which the steps are enumerated is not intended to be limiting but only descript-ive and a good example of this will be seen by comparing Figs. 1 and 2, wherein it is relatively unimportant which piece, H or I2, is first fastened or connected to the lining piece I0,
It is preferred that the facing strip H as shown in Fig. l have the edge or margin [1 re.- versely folded as shown and connected to the lining piece H] by stitches l8.
The main body piece I-Z has a recess IQ of substantially rectangular shape cut therein and the main body piece is slit to provide a fiap 2|] which flap has substantially the same width as the recess 9. The facing strip l I has a width substantially fiq'ual to that of the recess l9 and the flap 2!) and in initially providing a facing strip II it may be desirable to merely cut the facin strip from the main body piece I2 so that in one operation a facing strip H, a recess [9, and a flap ZB are provided. The facing strip I! is somewhat longer than the depth of the ,recess as can be seen in Fig. 1. l
The flap 2& is connected to the lining in at the upper edge or margin of the lining as the lining is depicted in Fig. 2 by stitching 23, flap 20 being connected at its sid margins and top and bottom margins as can be seen in F g. 2,
The facing piece 1 I is fastened or connected to the lining ii) in a manner to be described so that when the lining IB is folded to provide a lining pocket that there will be a back wall and a front wall for the pocket and the stitching [8 will be positioned below the top edge of the front wall of the pocket formedby the lining, a
During the rest of thespecification the margin represented by the numeral 25 in Fig. 2 will be called the top margin of the front wall, and Fig. 3, the main body portion 12 has been turned so that the flap 2,0 i in effect folded over the margin 25. In Figs. 3 and i it can be seen that. stitching 2E is provided to connect that portion of the main body piece which i opposite flap 2iltso the margin '25'and the flap 20. In Fig- 4, it can be seen that the stitching 26 passes down over the folded border or edge '21 and then along parallel to the edge and then back upwardly over the border 21. This stitching 26 can be clearly seen by comparing Figs. 3 and 4 since Fig. 3 shows the opposite side of the linin and body piece and facing piece from that shown in Fig. 4.
In Fig. 5 the lining piece I!) is folded so that the facing piece I I is on the outside and a pocket is formed in the lining by joining or connecting the side margins of the front and back wall of the lining by stitching 29, the outer side margins including the legs of piece I2 being folded inwardly beyond the side margins of the lining piece as shown in Fig. 5, to allow the front wall of the lining to be readily stitched to the back wall of the lining piece without stitching through body piece I2. Stitching 29 starts from notches I5 on either side of the walls and passes downwardly and around to form a U-shape as seen in Fig. 5. The excess around the lining indicated at 3B is cut away.
The assemblage in Fig. 5 is then reversed, that is turned inside outwardly and the view in Fig. 6 is from the same direction as that in Fig. 5, namely that the facing piece I I is closer than the main body piece I2 and it will be noticed that piece I2 is now unfolded. The inner side margins 33 of the main body piece I2'bounding the recess I9 are then inturned and connected by stitching 34 to the side margins of the facing piece II, which stitching passes through the margins 32 and 33 and also through the back wall of the lining piece I!) thereby joining margins 32 and 33 to one another and to the back wall of the lining II). The stitching 34 passes downwardly and around and upwardly in U-shaped fashion as can clearly beseen in Fig. 6, thereby forming the inner boundaries of the pocket.
The amount of overlap of the margins 32 and 33 is the greatest at the top of the pocket and decreases or tapers outwardly to the edge 21 where the amount of inturn of the side margins 33 of the main body piece I2 is very small, since the distance between margins 33 is only as wide as the facing piece I I or as wide or slightly wider if facing piece I I is made from a separate piece and not cut from the main body piece to provide the recess, and therefore, side margins 33 of the main body piece l2 should not practically be turned in the same amount all the way down particularly not by the amount shown at the top in Fig. 6. If the facing piece I I is cut from the main body piece I2 instead of being cut from a separate piece, the edges 33 must be shifted toward each other slightly in order to allow them to be inturned and secured to the side margins of the facing piece. This construction results in a slight-fullness in the main body piece but this fullness is practicallv unnoticeable and to some extent actually conforms to the body of the wearer..
Th s tapering of the stitching 34, that is, the tapering of the inturn of the margins 33, also has theresult that the distance across the top of the assemblage shown in Figs. 6 and '7 is less than that across the bottom of the main body portion shown in Figs. 6 and 7, and this is desirable since the upper part of the assemblage shown in Figs. 6 and 7 will be closest to the waist of the trousers.
It is also preferable that stitching 36 be provided along the borders 3! formed by inturning or reversely folding the margins 33, stitching 3B adding to the strength and appearance of the construction.
It may be desirable in some cases to further narrow the top of the assemblage which results in a streamlining or narrowing of the waistline and this can be accomplished by removing a piece down the center of facing piece I I, the strip removed being approximately of the shape of the recess 43 shown in Fig. 8. The margins 4| and 42 bounding the recess 40 are then inturned with respect to one another and connected together by stitching 44, as shown in Fig. 9, the particular shape of the piece removed serving to properly narrow the upper ortion of the assemblage.
For convenience, Fig. 8 is shown with the recess 40 unsewn but with the stitches 34 already in the pocket. However, in order that the back wall of the lining II) will not be bunched, it is preferable that the margins M and 42 of the facing piece II be connected before the stitches 34 are applied, and if this is done there will be no bunching of the back wall of the lining II].
By the use of only a lining piece a main-body piece, and a facing piece which may be and preferably is cut from the main body piece, a strong, attractive pocket construction can be assembled in a convenient and simple manner and considerable time in assembling saved over prior constructions. Stitching '26 which is best seen in Figs. 4 and 7, securely fastens down and assists the stitching 23 in fastening down the flap 20 so that none of the edges of the flap are loose or can become loose.
From Fig. 8 it can be seen that the stitching I8 which joins or connects the facing piece I I to the lining II] is located below the top edge 25 which is just below the border 27 of the front wall of the lining Ill so that the lining is concealed from view. The size of the facing strip II is preferably such that after it and the main body piece are fastened in place and the pieces reversed, that the top edge of the facing stri II will be approximately even with the top edges of the main body piece I2 as the parts are depicted in Fig. 7.
The variation in the amount of inturn of the margins 33 on the main body piece I 2 can be best seen by comparing Figs. 10 and 11, Fig. 11 showing the minimum amount of inturn, and Fig. 10 showing the maximum amount. The tapering of the stitches 34 can also be seen in Fig. 6, and in Fig. '7, it will be noticed that the borders 3'! diverge downwardly which, of course, is the result of the variations in the amount of inturn of the margins 33.
The rim 21 in Figs. 10 and 11 is indicated as being bowed outwardly and is shown in this position only for purposes of illustration, it being understood that the rim 21, when not turned back as shown in Figs. 10 and 11, will lie substantially flat up against the facing piece I I. By comparing Figs. 10 and 11 it can be seen that in Fig. 11 the lining piece Ill has been reversely folded but is not hit by the stitches 34, but further up the pocket as shown in Fig. 10, the reversely folded portions of lining strip II) will be hit by stitching 34 and this can be clearly seen in Fig. 10.
The notches I6 in the facing piece II serve as means for locating the facing piece I I on the lining piece II] when the stitches I8 are provided for connecting the facing piece to the lining piece.
Various changes may be made in the details of construction without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims.
I claim:
1. A pocket construction comprising a lining p e fo d to provide a front wall and a back wall, the side margins of the front and back walls being connected together, a main body piece having a recess in one side and providing a flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall of the lining and connected to the front wall, that portion of the main body piece opposite the flap being connected to the front wall, and a facing piece having its bottom margin connected to the back wall, the facing piece having a width substantially as wide as the recess, side margins of the main body piece bounding the recess being inturned and connected to the side margins of the facing piece by stitches, the facing piece having a portion removed down its center with the opposing edges inturned and connected by stitches.
2. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front wall and a back wall, the side margins of the walls being connected by stitches, a main body piece having a recess in one side and being slit to provide a flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall next to the inside of the front wall and connectedto the front wall, and a facing piece having its bottom margin connected to the back wall at a point below the top edge of the front wall, the side margins of the main body piece bounding the recess and the side margins of the facing piece being connected together by stitches, the facing piece having a width substantially as wide as the recess and having a strip removed down its center with opposing edges bounding the cleft connected by stitches.
3. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front wall and a back wall, the side margins of the walls being connected by stitches, a main body piece having a recess in one side and being slit to provide a flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall next to the inside of the front wall and connected to the front Wall, and a facing piece having its bottom margin connected to the back wall at a point below the top edge of the frontwall, the side margins of the main body piece bounding the recess and the side margins of the facing piece being connected together by stitches, the facing piece having a width substantially as wide as the recess and the stitches connecting the side margins of the facing piece and the main body piece tapering generally outwardly from the top to the bottom of the facing piece.
4. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front wall and a back wall, the side margins of the walls being connected by stitches, a main body piece having a recess in one side and being slit to provide a flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall next to the inside of the front wall and connected to the front wall, and a facing piece having its bottom margin connected to the back wall at a point below the top edge of the front wall, the side margins of the main body piece being inturned and connected to the side margins of the facing piece by stitches, the facing piece having a width substantially as Wide as the recess, the stitches connecting the side margins of the facing piece and the main body piece tapering generally outwardly from top to bottom of the facing piece, the facing piece having a narrow strip removed down its center with opposing edgesbounding the cleft being inturned and connected by stitches.
5. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front walland a back wall, the side margins of the walls being inturned 6 and connected together by stitches, the bottom loop of the lining being reversely folded with the layers connected together by stitches, a main body piece having a substantially rectangular recess in one side and being slit to provide a, flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall down and next the inside of the front wall and connected to the front wall by stitches, and a facing piece approximately as wide as the recess having its bottom margin connected to the back wall at a point below the top edge of the front wall, the side margins of the main body piece bounding the recess and, the facing piece being connected together by stitches.
6. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front wall and a back wall, the side margins of the walls being inturned and connected together by stitches, the bottom loop of the lining being reversely folded with the layers connected together by stitches, a main body piece having a substantially rectangular recess in one side and being slit to provide a flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall down and next the inside of the front wall and connected to the front wall by stitches, and a facing piece approximately as wide as the recess having its bottom margin connected to the back wall at a point below the top edge of the front wall, the side margins of the main body piece bounding the recess being inturned and connected by stitches to the side margins of the facing piece, the amount of inturning of the side margins on the main body piece varying from a maximum at the top of the pocket construction to a minimum at the top of the front wall.
'7. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front wall and a back wall, the back wall extending upwardly beyond the front wall, the side margins of the walls being connected together b stitches, a main body piece having an approximately rectangular recess in one side and providing a flap at the bottom of the recess, the flap being folded over the front wall of the lining and connected to the front wall of the lining by stitches, and a facing piece having its bottom margin connected to the back wall at a point spaced from the top edge of the front wall, side margins of the main body piece bounding the recess being inturned and connected to the side margins of the facing piece by stitches, the upper portion of the back wall being connected to the margins of the facing piece by stitching.
8. A pocket construction comprising a lining piece folded to provide a front wall and a back wall, the back wall extending upwardly beyond the front wall, the side margins of the front and back wall being connected together, a main body piece having a recess in one side and providing a flap at the bottom of the recesses substantially as wide as the recess, the flap bein folded over the front wall of the lining and connected by its side, top, and bottom margins to the front wall by stitches which missed the rest of the main body piece, that portion of the main body piece opposite the flap being connected to the front wall and the flap by other stitches, and a facing piece substantially as wide as the recess having its bottom margins connected to the back wall at a point below the top edge of the front Wall and its side margins connected to the back wall by stitching, the side margins of the main body piece bounding'the recess being inturned and connected to the back wall by stitches, the
amount of inturn of the side margins of the main body piece varying from a maximum at the top edges of the main body piece down to a minimum at approximately the top of the front wall of the lining.
9. The method of making a pocket construction from a main body piece and a lining piece comprising cutting the main body piece and removing therefrom a facing piece and leaving a recess in one side of the main body piece and providing a flap at the bottom of the recess, sewing the facing piece to one end of the lining piece, sewing the flap of the main body piece on the margin of the other end of the lining piece, folding the linin piece to provide a front wall and a back wall so that the facing piece is on the outside of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the back wall to the side margins of the front wall to form a pocket from the lining, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and sewing the side margins of the facing piece to the side margins of the main body piece which together with the flap define the recess in the main body piece.
10. The method of making a pocket construction from a main body piece and a lining piece comprisin cutting the main body piece and removing therefrom a facing piece and leaving a recess in one side of the main body piece and providing a flap at the bottom of the recess whereby the recess is defined by inner side margins and the flap, sewing the facing piece adjacent one end of the lining piece, sewing the flap of the main body piece on the margin of the other end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outside of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the back wall to the side margins of the front wall to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so. that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and inturning the inner side margins of the main body piece against the side margins of the facing piece and sewing the side margins together and to the back wall, and continuing the sewing around the margins of the pocket formed by the lining.
11. The method of making a pocketconstrum tion from a, main body piece and a lining piece comprising cutting the main body piece and removing therefrom a facing piece and leaving a recess in one side of the main body piece and providing a flap at the bottom of the recess whereby the recess is defined by inner side margins and the flap, sewing the facing piece to the lining piece adjacent one end of the lining piece, sewing the flap of the main body piece on the margin of the other end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outside of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the back wall to the side margins of the front wall to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and inturning the inner side margins of the main body piece against the side margins of the facing piece a maximum amount at the topof the main body piece and a minimum amount at about the top edge of the front wall, and sewing the side margins together and to the back wall of the lining and continuing the sewing around the margins of the pocket formed by the lining.
12. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising cutting into one side of the main body piece along two spaced approximately parallel lines to provide two inner side margins and a flap between the inner side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one end of the lining piece, sewing the facing piece to the opposite end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the linin piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and sewing the side margins of the facing piece to the inner side margins of the main body piece.
13. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising cutting into one side of the main body piece along spaced approximately parallel lines to provide two inner side margins and a flap between the inner side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one end of the lining piece, sewing one margin of the facing piece to the opposite end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the lining piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and inturning the inner side margins of the main body piece and sewing the inturned side margins to the side margins of the facing piece.
14. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising providing the main body piece with two spaced inwardly extending side margins and a flap between the side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one end of the lining piece, sewing one margin of the facing piece to the opposite end and same side of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the lining piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and sewing the side margins of the facing piece to the inner side margins of the main body piece.
15. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising providing the main body piece with two spaced inwardly extending side margins and a flap between the side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one end of the lining piece, sewing the facing piece to the opposite end of the lining piece, folding the main body piece over the edge of said one end of the lining piece and positioning the main body piece against the other side of the lining piece and sewing the main body piece to said other side of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the lining piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and in turning the inner side margins of the main body piece and sewing the inner side margins of the main body piece to the side margins of the facing piece by stitching through the folds of the inner side margins of the main body piece and through the side margins of the facing piece.
16. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising providing the main body piece with two spaced inwardly extending side margins and a flap between the side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one end of the lining piece, sewing one end margin of the facing piece to the same side of the lining piece to which the flap of the main body piece is attached and in spaced relation with respect to the end of the lining piece opposite the end to which the flap on the main body piece is attached whereby there is formed by this attachment of the facing piece to the lining piece a flap of the facing piece and a flap portion on said opposite end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the lining piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket,
and sewing the side margins of the facing piece to the inner side margins of the main body piece and to the flap portion of the lining piece.
17. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising providing the main body piece with two spaced inwardly extending side margins and a flap between the side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one side of the lining piece on one end of the lining piece, folding the main body piece over the edge of said one end of the lining piece and against the other side of the lining piece and sewing the main body piece to said other side of the lining piece, sewing one end margin of the facing piece to the same side of the lining piece to which the flap of the main body piece is attached and in spaced relation with respect to the end of the lining piece opposite the end to which the flap 0n the main body piece is attached whereby there is formed, by this attachment of the facing piece to the lining piece a flap of the facing piece and a flap portion on said opposite end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the lining piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket, and sew ing the side margins of the facing piece to the inner side margins of the main body piece and to the flap portion of the lining piece.
7 18. The method of constructing a pocket from a main body piece, a lining piece and a facing piece, comprising providing the main body piece with two spaced inwardly extending side margins and a flap between the side margins, sewing the flap of the main body piece to one side of the lining piece on one end of the lining piece, folding the main body piece over the edge of said one end of the lining piece and against the other side of the lining piece and sewing the main body piece to said other side of the lining piece, sewing one end margin of the facing piece to the same side of the lining piece to which th flap of the main body piece is attached and in spaced relation with respect to the end of the lining piece opposite the end to which the flap on the main body piece is attached whereby there is formed by this attachment of the facing piece to the lining piece a flap of the facing piece and a flap portion on said opposite end of the lining piece, folding the lining piece to provide a front wall and a back wall and so that the facing piece is on the outer side of the back wall, sewing the side margins of the front wall of the lining piece to the side margins of the back wall of the lining piece to form a pocket from the lining piece, turning the pocket so formed inside out so that the facing piece is now on the inside of the pocket,
and inturning the inner side margins of the main body piece and sewing the inturned side margins to the side margins of the facing piece and sewing the facing piece to the flap portion of the lining piece.
CRESCENZO CAPUANO.
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