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A prefolded roll of film material for garment holding bags is folded along a pair of longitudinally extending folded edges forming three longitudinally extending portions. One portion is disposed between the two folded edges. The remaining two portions are folded over the first portion so as to be disposed adjacent one another. In a second embodiment a fourth portion extends from a third longitudinally extending folded edge for forming garment bags with inner and outer pockets. In the alternative, rolls of completed bags may be formed by perforating, folding and seaming the strip of material before it is put into rolls.

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United States Patent [72] Invent David Rubin 2,874,827 2/1959 Neely 206/7 (K) 900 Whitman. Detroit, Mich. 4 203 3J8 l ,773 5/1965 Jellmg 6t 3|. 229/53 [2'] pp No. 3,224,574 2/1965 McConnell et 3|. [22] Filed 2 9 9 3,254,828 6/1966 Lerner 229/69 [45] Patented July 6, 1971 3,366,229 1/1968 Sannr 206/56 (A2) confinuuon4n pm 0' application s No. 2,620,842 12/ 1 952 Hoeppner et al. 150/7 .33 z- 1968- Primary Examiner-William "r. Dixson, Jr.

Attorney-Hauke, Krass, Gifford and Patalidis [54] f gr fg BAG MATERIAL ABSTRACT: A prefolded roll of film material for garment holding bags is folded along a pair of longitudinally extending [52] US. Cl. 206159 F, f lded edge forming three longitudinally extending portions. 229/69 One portion is disposed between the two folded edges. The [51] Int. Cl 865d 85/18 rem inin two portions are folded over the first portion so as [50] Field of Sml'ch 206/59, 59 to be disposed adjacent one another. In a second embodiment 56 A, 7 3 7 a fourth portion extends from a third longitudinally extending folded edge for forming garment bags with inner and outer [56] Rdermm cued pockets. in the alternative, rolls of completed bags may be UNITED STATES PATENTS formed by perforating, folding and seaming the strip of materi- 673,417 5/1901 Brown 229/69 (UX) al before it is put into rolls.

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FIGLI?) ROLLED GARMENT HOLDING BAG MATERIAL CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS The present application is a continuation-in-part of application Ser. No. 752,337, filed Aug. 3, b 1968.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The invention relates to rolls of completed garment bags and prefolded rolls of material forming such bags.

ll. Description of the Prior Art Various types of bags have been formed on continuous rolls of material, and various designs have been used for garment holding bags. One such garment bag design disclosed in my US. Pat. No. 2,635,740 comprises a bag formed from a rectangular section of film material folded along an intermediate line to form front and rear portions. With the fold along the intermediate line forming one side of the bag, the portions are seamed together along the bottom edge for the full width thereof, while at the top edge they are seamed together through one-half the width, or from the folded edge to the center of the folded material. The other half of the top edge and the other side are separable from each other so as to permit the insertion of a garment supported on a hanger.

Along the top and side of of both separable portions, intumed flaps forming pockets are provided. When a garment on a hanger is inserted into the bag, the garment is tucked into the pockets along the top and side of one of the separable portions, which is then tucked into the pockets of the other separable portion, forming a closed bag.

This type of bag has the advantage of being simply con structed, but die to the intumed flaps along the top of the separable portions it cannot be easily made from a roll of prefolded material, nor can rolls of completed bags be easily formed from a strip of material. Furthermore, unless the bags are formed from a material having some degree of rigidity, the intumed flaps have a tendency to open, thus allowing the separable portions to disengage from the garment permitting dirt and dust into the bag.

SUMMARY The present invention overcomes the limitations of the prior art by providing a prefolded roll of film plastic for garment holding bags formed from a strip of material. The material is folded over along a first longitudinally extending folded edge, forming adjacent front and rear longitudinally extending portions of approximately equal width. A third longitudinally extending portion of approximately one-half the width of the front portion extends from second longitudinally extending edge.

The third portion is disposed between the front and rear portions. A strip of material of suitable length may be removed from the roll and sealed along the two transversely extending edges forming the completed bag. A garment on a hanger may then be inserted into the bag with a part of the garment disposed between the front and rear portions and the remaining part disposed between the third and rear portions In the alternative, the third portion may be folded over so as to cover a part of the front portion.

In a third preferred embodiment, the third portion is folded over the front portion. A fourth longitudinally extending fold over portion of approximately one-half the width of the front portion extends from third longitudinally extending edge formed long the free edge of the front portion. The fourth portion is disposed between he front and rear portions.

As folded, the back portion forms the back outer covering of the prefolded roll. The first and second folded edges form the two longitudinally extending edges of the roll; with the third portion and a part of the front portion forming the front outer covering of the prefolded roll. The fourth portion is disposed between the front and rear portions, with the third folded edge being adjacent the second folded edge.

A strip of folded material of suitable length may be removed from the roll and seamed along one of the transversely extending edges for the full width thereof, forming the bottom closure of the garment bag. A second seam may be formed along the second transversely extending edge for the full width thereof, but the fourth portion and that part of the front portion which is adjacent the fourth portion are not sealed at the second edge by the second seam. The fourth portion and that part of the front portion adjacent the fourth portion are attached together along the second transversely extending edge by a third seam, forming an inner pocket between the two portions. The second and third seams form the top closure of the garment bag.

With the garment bag so constructed the inner pocket is removed from an outer pocket formed between the third and rear portions by the second seam, allowing a garment supported by a hanger to be inserted into the completed bag. The part of the second seam that attaches half of the front portion to half of the rear portion rests on half of the garment. The other half of the garment is inserted into the inner pocket, which is formed between the front and fourth portion. The inner pocket is then inserted into the outer pocket. With the gannent so inserted tightly closed bag is formed.

In the alternative, rolls of completed bags can be formed by perforating, folding, and seaming the strip of film plastic before it is put into rolls.

These arrangements provide a number of advantages over prior garment holding bags. A completed garment bag can be easily made from roll or prefolded film plastic by forming two or three seams long the two transversely extending edges. Rolls of completed bags can be formed by perforating and seaming the folded material before it is put into rolls.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The description refers to the accompanying drawings in which like reference characters refer to like parts throughout the several views and in which:

FIG. I is a plan view of a portion of the material before it is folded and put into rolls;

FIG. 2 is plan view of a portion of the material formed into a bag;

FIG. 3 is a perspective view of prefolded roll of material representing one embodiment of he present invention;

FIG. 4 is plan view of a portion of the material perforated, folded and seamed;

FIG. 5 is a plan view of a portion of the material of second embodiment of the invention before it is folded and put into rolls;

FIG. 6 is plan view of portion of the material of the second embodiment;

FIG. 7 is a section on line 7-7 of FIG. 6;

FIG. 8 is plan view of a portion of the material perforated, folded and seamed;

FIG. 9 is a perspective view of a prefolded roll of material representing a third embodiment of the invention;

FIG. 10 is a section on line 10-10 of FIG. 9;

FIG. 11 is a plan view of a portion of the material of the third embodiment;

FIG. I2 is a plan view of a portion of the material ready to be formed into a bag;

FIG. 13 is a plan view of a portion of the material per forated, folded and seamed;

FIG. 14 is a perspective view of the garment holding bag as opened to receive a garment having portions broken away to disclose the construction;

FIG. 15 is a view showing the bag in section and the garment on the hanger in elevation; and

FIG. 16 is a plan view of a third embodiment of the inventron.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT Referring to the drawings, FIG. 3 illustrates a prefolded roll of material 94 of polyethylene or other suitable film material having longitudinally extending folded edges hid and as. fits illustrated in Fit 3, which is a plan view of a strip of the material Mill before it is folded and put into rolls, longitudinally extending fold-over portion Mill is forn'ied between a longitudinal edge rot and the folded edge as. Portion W2 is folded over along edge 5 d so as to be adjacent portion lltlo. Portion lll ti', which is disposed between folded edges 96 and 98, forms the back outer covering of the prefolded roll.

Portion Mitt disposed between edge 93 and edge llllll is folded over along edge 98 so as to be adjacent portion 102. As folded, portion lllld and a part of portion 1102 form the front outer covering of the roll.

With the material folded and put into rolls, a section of material i112 of suitable length for a garment bag, as shown in FIG, 2, may be removed from the roll preferably by cutting along transversely extending edges i114 and M6. Once removed, section M2 is seamed by heat sealing or other suita ble means along transversely extending line 11M; adjacent edge M4 for forming the bottom of the garment bag. A second seam llZtl), preferably formed in the slanting manner as shown, is provided adjacent edge lilo for forming the top of the garment bag. Seam H! seals together the part of portions Hi2 and we that extend from folded edge as to midpoint 122 and portion W8 to the part of the portion title that extends from folded edge 98 to point 122. The part of portion W2 extending from edge MM to point 122 is removed from beneath the heat sealing device or other means used to form seam 12th so that it is not sealed to portions W6 and Mill.

In order to insert a garment supported on a hanger into the completed bag, the part of portion W2 between edge Iltll and point 1122 is removed from beneath portion Mm. The garment may then be inserted into the bag with the part of seam 1120 extending from point 122 to edge as resting on one of the slanting shoulders of the garment. The part of scam 1120 between point 1122 and edge 98 rests on the other garment shoulder. The part of portion lltllfil that was removed is then tucked beneath portion Hi2.

In the alternative, a garment bag, as shown in FIG. 2, can be fonned with the part of portion i102 between edge NM and point 122 removable from beneath portion lltllid. With all of portion llllJZ sealed by seam 112d, the garment is inserted into the bag without a part of portion 1102 being removed from beneath portion W8.

If rolls of completed bags are desired, the material may be perforated across its entire width along transversely extending lines 12d, preferably formed in the slanting manner as shown in H6. ll. Perforations R24 are formed at spacial intervals along the longitudinal axis of the material. Second perforations adjacent perforations 32d are fofined along lines 1126 extending from edge Mid to the middle of portion MP2.

With the material perforated, it is folded as previously described. Seams E2 18, as shown in FIG. 4, are disposed between perforations i124 and R26, forming the top of each bag. Seams will formed adjacent each perforation Md form the bottom of each bag. The material is then put into rolls.

Completed bags may be removed from the roll by tearing along perforation 1124. Part of portion W2 is removed from beneath portion lltllfit by tearing along perforation 1123b, allowing insertion of a garment. Perforation H26 may be eliminated if it is desired to have a bag wherein part of portion MP2 is not removable from beneath portion M113,

FIGS. tl illustrate a second preferred embodiment of a prefolded roll of material havinglongitudinally extended folded edges i132 and 334 As illustrated in H6. 5, longitudinally extending fold-over portion U6 is formed between a longitudinal edge H38 and the folded edge 113 3. Portion 11336 is folded over along edge lllid so as to be adjacent portion Hill, which is disposed between folded edges E32 and B34, forming the back outer covering of the prefolded roll.

Portion M2 disposed between edge H32 and edge M41 is folded over along edge 1132 so as to be adjacent portions B36 and M0. As folded, portion 136 is disposed between portions M0 and M2. Portion M2 forms the front outer covering of the prefolded roll.

With the material folded and put into rolls, a section of material Md of suitable length for a garment bag may be removed from the roll, preferably by cutting along transversely extending edges H418 and MW. Once removed section M6 is seamed by heat sealing or other suitable means along transversely extending line R52 adjacent edge Mil for forming the bottom of the garment bag. A second seam 1154i, preferably formed in the slanting manner as shown in lFiG. 6, is provided adjacent edge 1154]) for forming the top of the garment bag. Seam 1154i seals together the part of portions Md and M2 that extend from folded edge 1132 to midpoint E56 and portion 136 to the part of portion ll tltl that extends from folded edge 134 to point 156. The part of portion 1M2 extending from edge 1144 to point H56 is removed from beneath the heat sealing device or other means used to form seam 1154 so that it is not sealed to portions lid-ll! and 1136. A snap or button 158 of conventional design is provided in the upper corner of section 142 to secure the unsealed portion of section M2 to section 1136.

In order to insert a garment supported on a hanger into the completed bag, portion 142 is unsnapped from portion R36 allowing the garment to be inserted into the bag, with part of the garment being disposed between portion 140 and 142 and the rest of the garment being disposed between portions 136 and ll ltl. When the garment inserted portion 142 is resnapped to portion 136.

in the alternative, a garment bag as shown in FIG. 6, may be formed with the part of portion 142 between edge 144i and point i156: sealed to portion 111% by seam $41. With all of portion M2 sealed by seam 1154, the garment is inserted into the bag without a part of portion M2 being unsnapped from portion 11356.

If rolls of completed bags are desired, the material may be perforated across its entire width along transversely extending lines rm, preferably formed in the slanting manner as shown in lFlG. 5. Perforations 160 are formed at spaced intervals along the longitudinal axis of the material. Second perforations adjacent perforations Mail are formed along lines E62 extending from edge 11% to the middle of portion ltd-2.

With the material perforated it is folded as previously described. Seams Hod, as shown in FIG. 8, are disposed between perforations 1160 and 162, forming the top of each bag. Seam iss formed adjacent each perforation 1160 form the bottom of each bag. Material is then put into rolls.

Completed bags may be removed from the roll by tearing along perforations Iltitl. Part of portion M2 may be pulled away by tearing along perforations 1162 allowing insertion of a garment. Perforation M2 may be eliminated if it is desired to have a bag wherein portion 142 is secured to portion K346.

lFlGS. ll6 illustrate a third preferred embodiment of prefolded roll of material 110 of polyethylene or other suitable film material having longitudinally extending folded edges 32, M and lid. As illustrated in FIG. llll, which is a plan view ofa strip of the material 118 before it is folded and put into rolls, longitudinally extending fold-over portion 20 of approximately onesixth the width of the strip i8 is formed between a longitudinal edge 22 and the folded edge 16. Portion 269 is folded over along folded edge to so as to be adjacent longitudinally extending fold-over portion 24.

Portion 2d of approximately one-third the width of strip i8 is formed between folded edges l2 and to. Portion 24! is folded over along edge 12 so that portion 24]) is disposed between portion 24! and longitudinally extending portion 26, which is formed between folded edges l2 and 1141. Since portion 26 is also approximately one-third the width of strip 118, folded edge lid is adjacent edge M, as is better illustrated in lFlG. ll ll).

Longitudinally extending fold-over portion 285 of approxi mately one-sixth the width of strip K8 is formed between longitudinal edge 3d and folded edge t4. Portion 28 is folded over along edge 14 so as to be adjacent portion 24.

As folded, portion 26 forms the back outer covering of the prefolded roll W. Folded edges 12 and N form the two longitudinally extending edges of the roll ill, with portion 28 and a part of portion 2d forming the front outer covering of the rel; Mi. As shown in FIG. MD, portion 261) is disposed between portions 24 and 26, with folded edge 16 being adjacent edge W hen folded, the material is put into rolls to be dispensed in suitable lengths for garment holding bags.

Although in this preferred embodiment portions 20 and 28 are one-sixth the width of strip 18 and portions 24 and 26 are one-third the width of strip 18, alternatives to this sizing of the portions are possible, provided portion 28 overlaps a part of portion 24.

With the material folded and put into rolls, a section of material 32 of suitable length for a garment bag, as shown in W6. 12, may be removed from roll preferably by cutting along transversely extending edges 34 and 36. Once removed, section 32 is seamed by heat sealing or other suitable means along transversely extending line 38 adjacent edge 36 for forming the bottom ofthe garment bag. A second seam 40, preferably formed in the slanting manner as shown in FIG. 12,

. is provided adjacent edge 34 for forming the top of the garment bag. Seam 40 wals together the part of portions 24 and 26 that extend from folded edge 12 to midpoint 48 and portion 28 to the part of portion 26 that extends from folded edge 14 to midpoint 48. Portion 28 and that portion 26 sealed to portion 26 by seam 40 form an outer pocket 44. Portion and that part of portion 24 extending from folded edge 16 to point 48 are removed from beneath the heat sealing device or other means used to form seam 40 so that they are not sealed together by seam 40. A third seam 42 adjacent seam 40 extends from folded edge 16 to point 48 so as to attach portion Pitt to that part of portion 24 extending from folded edge 16 to point 48, forming an inner pocket 46.

With the garment bag constructed as described and shown in FIG. 14, inner pocket 46 is removed from outer pocket 44 allowing a garment supported on a hanger to be inserted into the completed bag. The part of scam 40 extending from point 38 to folded edge 12 rests on one of the slanting shoulders of the garment, as shown in FIG. 15. The other half of the garment is inserted into inner pocket 46 so that seam 42 rests on the other slanting shoulder. The inner pocket 46 is then tucked into outer pocket 44 so that the part of scam 40 extending from point 48 to folded edge 14 rests on seam 42. The hook of the hanger extends through a small aperture 49 between the fold-over portions at point 48, as shown in FIG. B5.

In the alternative, a garment bag, as shown in FIG. 16, can

be formed from rolls of material folded in the above-described manner. A section of material 52 of suitable length for a bag is removed from roll 10 preferably by cutting along transversely extending edges 54 and 56. Seam 58 adjacent edge 54 is provided for forming the bottom of the bag. Seam 60, preferably formed in a slanting manner as shown, is provided adjacent edge 56 for forming outer pocket 44 and inner pocket 46. Since seam 60 forms both inner pocket 46 and outer pocket 44, pocket 46 is not removable from beneath pocket 44. The garment is inserted into the inner pocket without it being removed from the outer pocket.

In the alternative, rolls of completed bags as illustrated in FIG. 12 can be formed by perforating the material acrossits entire width along transversely extending line 50, preferably formed in the slanting manner as shown in FIG. 11. Perforations 5@ are formed at spaced intervals along the longitudinal axis of the material. Second perforations adjacent perforations are formed along lines 52 extending from edge 22 to the middle of portion 24. Perforations 52 are formed at longitudinally spaced intervals.

With the material perforated, portion 20 is folded over along edge 16 so that seams 42 may be formed adjacent perforations 52, as is better illustrated in FIG. 13. The material is then folded as previously described. Seams 40 disposed between perforations 50 and 52, former preferably in the slanting manner asshown in FIG. 13, are provided at longitudinally spaced intervals across the entire width of the folded material. Seams 38 formed adjacent perforations 50 are formed across the width of the material at longitudinally spaced intervals. The material is then ut into rolls.

Completed bags may be removed rom the roll by tearing along perforation 50. The inner pocket 46 is removed from outer pocket 44 by tearing along perforation 52, allowing insertion of a garment. Thus, a completed bag is provided by merely tearing along the two perforations.

Rolls of completed bags, constructed as shown in FIG. 16, can be formed in the manner just described, except that perforation 52 and seam 42 are eliminated. Thus, rolls of completed bags can be formed where the inner pocket 46 is not removable from the outer pocket 44.

It can be seen that the prefolded rolls of film plastic can be easily formed into garment holding bags. In the alternative, rolls of completed bags can be easily formed by perforating and sealing the material before it is put into rolls. Furthermore, die to the inner and outer pocket construction, a tightly closed bag can be formed from very thin flexible material.

What is sought to be protected by United States Letters Patent is as follows:

I claim:

1. In a garment bag, a front sheet, a back sheet, means for permanently securing together the top edges, the bottom edges, and the edges on one side of each of the front and back sheets together, said other side edges of the front and back sheet members being unsecured to provide an opening, a sheet panel having one edge fixed to the edge of the back sheet adjacent to the opening and having its sheet and and lower edges respectively fixed to the top and bottom edges of the front sheet so as to overlie the front sheet, the upper edges being secured together by a pair of seams which meet at a point midway between the side edges of the bag and slope from this point at an acute angle with respect to a transverse line on the bag so as to form edges adapted to lie on the inclined upper surfaces of a garment hanger, whereby a garment may be inserted into the bag by inserting it between the flap and the front sheet and the back sheet, the flap normally lying in abutment to the front sheet to prevent the entrance of dust therein.

2. A prefolded roll of flexible sheet material from which garment-holding bags may be formed, comprising: a strip of said material with first and second longitudinally extending folded edges and first, second and third longitudinally extending portions, said first and second edges forming the two longitudinally extending sides of the roll, said first portion extending from said first edge, said second portion being formed between said first and second edges, and said third portion extending from said second edge and being disposed adjacent said first portion and overlying part of said first portion, and transversely extending first perforations and transversely extending first seams formed on said roll, said perforations being formed across the entire width of the roll at longitudinally spaced intervals, and said seams being formed adjacent each perforation on both sides thereof to form the top and bottom of a garment bag.

3. The roll of material of claim 2 including a fourth portion extending from said first edge, and lying between said first portion and said second portion, and further including second perforations formed adjacent each first perforation across the fourth portion and the part of the first portion adjacent the fourth portion, and second transversely extending seams, formed adjacent each second perforation and extending across said fourth portion and the part of the first portion adjacent the fourth portion so as to form an inner pocket between the first and fourth portions.

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1. In a garment bag, a front sheet, a back sheet, means for permanently securing together the top edges, the bottom edges, and the edges on one side of each of the front and back sheets together, said other side edges of the front and back sheet members being unsecured to provide an opening, a sheet panel having one edge fixed to the edge of the back sheet adjacent to the opening and having its sheet and and lower edges respectively fixed to the top and bottom edges of the front sheet so as to overlie the front sheet, the upper edges being secured together by a pair of seams which meet at a point midway between the side edges of the bag and slope from this point at an acute angle with respect to a transverse line on the bag so as to form edges adapted to lie on the inclined upper surfaces of a garment hanger, whereby a garment may be inserted into the bag by inserting it between the flap and the front sheet and the back sheet, the flap normally lying in abutment to the front sheet to prevent the entrance of dust therein.
2. A prefolded roll of flexible sheet material from which garment-holding bags may be formed, comprising: a strip of said material with first and second longitudinally extending folded edges and first, second and third Longitudinally extending portions, said first and second edges forming the two longitudinally extending sides of the roll, said first portion extending from said first edge, said second portion being formed between said first and second edges, and said third portion extending from said second edge and being disposed adjacent said first portion and overlying part of said first portion, and transversely extending first perforations and transversely extending first seams formed on said roll, said perforations being formed across the entire width of the roll at longitudinally spaced intervals, and said seams being formed adjacent each perforation on both sides thereof to form the top and bottom of a garment bag.
3. The roll of material of claim 2 including a fourth portion extending from said first edge, and lying between said first portion and said second portion, and further including second perforations formed adjacent each first perforation across the fourth portion and the part of the first portion adjacent the fourth portion, and second transversely extending seams, formed adjacent each second perforation and extending across said fourth portion and the part of the first portion adjacent the fourth portion so as to form an inner pocket between the first and fourth portions.
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