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Jan- 11, 1938-
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A. A._ LAWRENCE
NURSE’S
2,104,997
CAP
Filed July 13, 1936
INVENTOR
.ANNA LAWRENCE
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Patented Jan. 11, 1933
NETED STATES ET’?
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2,104,997
NURSE’S CAP
Anna. A. Lawrence, San Francisco, Calif.
Application July 13, 1936, Serial No. 90,406
2 Claims. (Cl. 2—198)
My invention relates to improvements in nurses’ in, and a narrow biased strip of fabric is is sewed
caps, and the object of my invention is to provide to the inside edge of the turned-in lower edge of
a nurse’s cap which shall be more suitable for the crown. The edge of the narrow strip is
the nursing profession than what is now usually turned in before sewing. The strip is then turned
5 worn by nurses, and which will secure in place inward and the upper edge of this strip is turned
the hair of the wearer, allowing fresh air to the in and sewed to the inside of the crown of the
head, and-?tting comfortably and snugly on the cap. This strip forms a reinforcing band to the
head, and of a very attractive appearance.
crown of the cap.
I accomplish this object by the devices illus
Where it is desired to use pull tapes, slits, as at
10 trated in the accompanying drawing, in which
C and D, are made in said strip, in which are in 10
Figure 1 is a side elevation of a cap with gored serted pull tapes 6 and l’. The inserted ends,
crown; and
A and B respectively, of the pull tapes are passed
Figure 2 is a front View of the same.
under and along said strip and are sewed at the
Referring to the drawing, throughout which inner ends thereof near very slight gathers which
like reference numerals indicate like parts, nu
are taken in the lower edge of the crown near its 15
meral i designates the cuff of a cap; numerals
connection with said cuif in sewing said strip
2, 3, 4 and 5, the gores forming the crown of a thereto, as at H.
cap; numerals 6 and l, the pull tapes; numerals
To wear a cap of this style, the cap is adjusted
9 and I0, binding strips.
on the head, the hair at the back of the neck
The cuff i is composed of two thicknesses of tucked in, and the pull tapes tied in a bow so
fabric a and b of sufficient stiffness, the curved as to gather in comfortably and snugly the lower
edges of which are turned in and sewed together edges of the hemmed gores 2, 3, 4 and 5.
to form a narrow hem, as to E.
Obviously change may be made in the forms,
To employ in this instance a gored crown, the dimensions and number of parts of my invention
fabric for the crown is cut into gores with the without departing from the spirit thereof.
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required curved or straight edges.
What I claim is:
The curved edges of the gores 2 and 3 are
1. A can of the class described including a cuff
turned in and sewed together to form a flat seam;
likewise the curved edges of the gores 5 and ‘i
are turned in and sewed together to form a ?at
seam; and the straight edges of the gores 3 and Q
are turned in and sewed together to complete the
crown of a cap.
The crown is similar fabric or
of a gauze material for the purpose of allowing
3;; fresh air to the head and hair of the wearer.
Each thickness of the fabric of the cuff has
a curved edge and a straight edge and each gore
has straight edges and curved edges.
The straight edges of the two thicknesses of the
4,1) fabric composing the cuff i are turned in, and
the edges of the gores 2, 3, 4 and 5 are inserted
between the turned-in straight edges of the two
thicknesses of the fabric composing the cu?‘ i, and
then sewed together. (Fig. 1, F.) A narrow
; 5 biased strip of fabric 9 is sewed to the inside edge
of the crown at the cuff I. The edge of the strip
is turned in before sewing. The strip is then
turned inward and the upper edge is turned in
and sewed to the inside of the crown. This strip
forms a reinforcing band to the crown at the
cuff.
The cuff i is then folded along the lower edge
of the strip 9 and turned backward over the
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front of the crown of the cap.
The lower edge of the crown, as at G, is turned
of two thicknesses of a fabric of sufficient stiffness
for the purpose, each thickness of the fabric
having a straight edge and a curved edge, said 30
curved edges being turned in and sewed together
to form a narrow seam, gores of a similar fabric
or of a gauze material, each gore having straight
edges and curved edges, said curved edges of the
outer of said gores being turned in, said curved
edges of the inner of said gores being turned in,
said turned-in curved edge of one of said outer
gores and said turned-in curved edge of one of
said inner gores being sewed together to form a ?at
seam, likewise the turned-in curved edge of the 40
other of said outer gores and the turned-in curved
edge of the other of said inner gores being sewed
together to form a ?at seam, said straight edges
of said inner gores being turned in and sewed to
gether to form a flat seam and complete the crown
of the cap, said straight edges of the two thick
nesses of the fabric of the cu? being turned in,
between which being inserted the front edge of the
crown and being sewed together, a narrow biased
strip, one edge being turned in and being sewed 50
to the inside edge of the crown at the cuff, said
cuff being folded along the lower edge of said
strip and being turned backward over the front
of the crown, the lower edge of the crown being
turned in, a narrow biased strip, said strip being 55
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to said crown at the cuff, a biased strip attached
to the lower edge of the crown, said lower edge of
being turned in before sewing, said strip being I said crown, in the sewing of said last mentioned
turned inward, the upper edge of said strip being strip thereto, being gathered slightly at either
turned in and sewed to theinside of the crown, side near its connection with said cuff, and pull
and pull tapes, said tapes being inserted in slits tapes, said tapes being inserted in slits in said
in said last mentioned strip and under and along strip and within and along said strip and being
said strip and being sewed at the inner ends sewed at the inner ends thereof approximate said
gathers.
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thereof to said strip.
ANNA A. LAWRENCE.
2. ‘A capof the described class involving a cu?,
sewed to the inside edge of the turned-in lower
edge of the crown, the lower edge of said strip
a crown composed of gores, a biased strip attached
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