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Jan. 25, 1938.
w, B, ROSE
2,106,256
NECKTIE AND METHOD ‘OF MAKING THE SAME
Original Filed Feb. 14, 1936
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INVENTOR
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WY/LL/AM 5. R055
Patented Jan. 25, 1938
2,106,255 '
UNITED STATES
PATENT “OFFICE
2,106,256
NEOKTIE AND METHOD OF MAKING THE
SAME
William B. Rose, New York, N. Y.
Application February 14, 1936, Serial No. 63,826
Renewed June 19, 1937
4 Claims. (01. 139-—384)'
In the embodiment of the invention illustrated,
This invention relates to neckties and meth
ods of making the same and more particularly use is made of a central group of warps l0 and
to integral ties having greater warp density in edge groups of warps H in combination with
weft thread I2 to form a tubular necktie [3 or
their central portions, for example in the neck
the like. Considering the weaving as starting
5 band and knot portions than at their ends.
The principal objects of the invention are to at the left hand or widest portion the tube is
provide novel and advantageous neckties of the woven in the usual manner except that warps II
are dropped gradually at the edges so as to re
general character speci?ed and novel and ad
duce the width of the tie very gradually until
vantageous methods of making the same.
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Heretofore, there have been made ties in all of the warps ll of the edge group have been 10
which the warps are brought closer together in dropped (at the line A). Then the warps ID
certain portions, such as the neckband portions are gradually brought closer together to nar—
row the fabric from the line A to the line ,B,
and the knot portions, and the ties narrowed ac
cordingly. In these ties the number of warps is thus increasing the warp density in the knot
15 substantially the same throughout thelength of portion l4 and producing a maximum warp
each tie. From a practical standpoint, however, density in the neckband portion l5 from the
it has not been practicable to vary a width of the line B- to the line B’. At the farther end of the
tie enough to make the widest portion of the neckband portion IS the warps l0 are again
tie much more than twice as wide as the narrow
20 portion.
These ties, therefore, do not meet the
usual requirements of the trade, namely that the
Wide portion be from three to four times the
width of the narrow portion. It is therefore an
other important object of the invention to pro
25 vide an integral necktie having the required
variation of width and a greater warp density
in the narrow portion of the tie than in the wide
portion.
Preferably, in carrying out the present inven
30 tion, the tie from the narrow portion thereof is
widened, by spreading the warp, to as, great a
width as practicable and then additional warps
are added at the sides to produce a further in
crease in width. Although for convenience the
35 making of the tie has been described as being
a widening operation, the making of the tie
might just as well be described as starting from
the wide part, eliminating side warps until the
proper point is reached, and then crowding the
40 warps closer together to further reduce the width
and at the same time produce a greater warp
density thus providing a superior neckband and
knot portion. Ordinarily the tie would widen in
each direction from the neckband and knot por
45 tions. The tie may be solid throughout, tubular
throughout, solid in one part and tubular in an~
other. The tie may be used as woven or when
tubular may be turned so that the inside will
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be exposed.
Other objects, features and advantages will
appear upon consideration of the following de
tailed description and of the drawing in which
Fig. 1 is a diagrammatic view illustrating one
form of the tie and the method of making it; and
Fig. 2 is a section on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1.
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spread to widen the tie. If desired use may
again be made of warps l l to increase further the 20
width of the short end of the tie.
The use of the edge warps l I may be controlled
by jacquard mechanism and the variation in
the closeness of the warps I!) may be produced
by use of a fan-shaped reed.
The tie may be
provided with any suitable pattern and in some
instances the pattern may be woven on the inside
where the tie is to be turned inside out.
It should be understood that various changes
may be made in various features and certain
features may be used without others without de
parting. from the true spirit and scope of the
invention.
Obviously by the use of shiftable shuttle
boxes it will be easy to shift from one kind or 35
color of Weft to another.
Having thus described my invention, I claim
1. An integral woven necktie comprising a
neckband portion consisting of weft and closely
spaced warps in substantially parallel arrange 40
ment, a knot forming portion consisting'of weft
and gradually diverging continuations of the
neckband warps, and an end portion gradually
increasing in width and the warps of the neck
band and knot forming portions in parallel and 45
spread relation, and additional warps at oppo
site sides of the parallel continuations of the
warps of the neckband and knot forming por
tions.
2. An integral woven necktie hollow throughout 50
its length to enable it to be turned inside out,
comprising a gradually tapered body portion con
sisting of Weft and a plurality of parallel warps
of which the termination. of successive edge
warps provides the taper, a tapered knot portion 55
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consisting of weft and the remaining warps of
said body portion in converging relation, and a
neckband portion consisting of weft and parallel
continuations of the warps of said knot portion
in compact arrangement.
3. An integral woven necktie hollow through
out its length to enable it to- be turned inside
out, comprising a gradually tapered body portion
4. An integral woven necktie hollow through
out its length to- enable it to be turned inside
out, comprising a gradually tapered body por
tion consisting of weft and a plurality of parallel
warps of which the termination of successive
edge warps provides the taper, a tapered knot
portion consisting of weft and the remaining
warps of said body portion in converging rela
tion, a neckband portion consisting of weft and
parallel continuations of the warps of said knot 10
portion in compact arrangement, a short portion
consisting of weft and a plurality of parallel
10 warps of which the termination of successive edge
warps provides the taper, a tapered knot por
tion consisting of weft and the remaining warps around which the knot portion may be tied,
of said body portion in converging relation, a said- short portion including a ?aring length con
neckband portion consisting of weft and parallel sisting of weft and diverging continuations of
15 continuations of the warps of said knot portion
the warps of said neckband portion, and a sec
in compact arrangement, and a short portion ond ?aring length beginning at the wide end of
around which the knot portion may be tied, said the ?rst length and consisting of weft, parallel
short portion consisting of weft and continua
continuation of the warps of said flaring length
tions of the warps of said neckbandV-portion in and additional edge warps.
20 diverging arrangement.
WILLIAM B. ROSE.
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