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J. SQUIRE
SHOE
Filed Dec. 25. 1935
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vJacob Squire, Long Island City, N. Y.
’ Application December 23, 1935, Serial No. 55,743
(Cl. 36--57 )
6 Claims
The present invention relates to ornamenta
tion, and more particularly to simulated pipings
and methods of making them. The invention is
` Fig. 2 is a plan view, on an enlarged scale, of a
vamp and quarter blank used in the shoe shownV
in Fig. 1;
concerned primarily with such pipings for orna
5 inenting shoes but may be used for ornamenting
ladies’ handbags and other articles, especially
articles made of leather.
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1n using strips of leather or other material as
pipings for ornamenting shoes and other articles,
serious diliiculties are frequently encountered and
in some cases, while ornamental pipings are de
sired, the use thereof is practically impossible.
One difficulty arises especially in the c'ase ofthe
use of pipings extending along sharply curved
' lines, as for example between the Vamps and
quarters of ladies’ shoes, because in conforming
the pipings to the required curvature, folds or
wrinkles are formed therein, especially in their
more sharply curved' portions. One object of the
20 present invention is to obviatethis> difficulty.
Another difficulty arises from the fact that
when such pipings are securedbetween two layers
of material, a relatively thick seam or ridge is
produced. This objection has stood in the way
25 of the use of pipings in many instances where
ornamental pipings would otherwise be used.
Another object of this invention is to eliminate
this objection.
As pipings are of different ornamental forms,
30 straight-edge and pinked or scalloped-edge pipings being the usual forms, it is necessary for
the manufacturer to order or keep in stock quan
tities of all' _such forms, as the manufacturer can
not determine, except approximately, what quan
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary sectional view on the
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line 3_3 of Fig. 2, on an enlarged scale;
Fig. 4 is a fragmentary top plan view of a
portion of a blank similar to the blank shown in
Fig. 2, and illustrates another form of the in
vention;
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Fig. 5 is a view similar to Fig. 4, showing an
other modification;
Figs. 6 and 7 are fragmentary plan views of
the vamp and quarter section of the form shown
in Fig. 5, illustrating steps in the method of mak
ing the latter; and
enlarged scale of the blank shown in Fig. 2.
Referring to the drawing in detail and first to
Figs. 1 and V2 which illustrate the alfnplicationV of
the invention for the ornamentation of a lady’s
shoe, the vamp It and quarter cr quarter sections
I2 of the shoe upper are stitched together, as
usual, by a seam i4, which is more or less in
visible, especially when the thread is of the same
color as that of the upper material. The simu
lated piping l6 of the present invention. here
shown as simulated pinked piping, is applied to`
the upper, specifically as here shown,'to the vamp
l0 adjacent to and following the forward or outer
overlapping edge i3 of the quarter i2 and the
seam I4 which is disposed close to said edge.
rI'he simulated piping l5 is constituted by a
line of stitching produced by stitching through
the vamp itl on the Y,conventional sewing machine
35 tity of each form will be required. In accordance
used for stitching shoe upper parts together.
with the present invention, not only is the ex
pense of such pipings eliminated, but also it is
Figs. 8 and 9 illustrate, on an enlarged scale,
forms of the invention for simulating pinked. or
possible forthe manufacturer kto avoid delays
scalloped piping. The line of stitching iii which
whichrmight otherwise ensue in the event that al
simulates this type of piping is applied by means
of the conventional sewing machine in the usual
40 particular form of piping is not at hand.
This
constitutes another object of the invention.
A further object is generally to Aimprove the
art of ornamentation and to reduce the cost
thereof, particularly with reference to ornamen
45 tation heretofore obtained by using strips of
leather for pipings used in the ornamentation of
shoes, handbags, etc.
The above objects of the invention and> other
objects ancillary thereto will best be understood
50 from the following description considered with
reference to the accompanying drawing.
In the drawing:
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a shoe, illustrat
ing one embodiment of the invention in connec
55 tion with the ornamentation of shoes;
15
Figs. 8 and 9 are fragmentary plan views on an
way, using a relatively thick thread, known in '
the art as FF cord thread, il as the top thread.
and a regular relatively thin silk thread i9 in
the bobbin. The top cord thread 'i contrasts
in color either with the section i2 or with the
section lli or with both of said sections, which
may be the quarter and vamp, respectively, of
the shoe upper. The thread i9 is' preferablyV of
the same color as the section l2 and hence is
substantially invisible, On this account and be» 5...
cause the thread il has its exposed portions in
spaced relation and disposed angularly with re
spect to the edge I3 of the section i2, this stitch
ing closely simulates the scalloped edge of pinked
piping. The stitching is the same in Figs. 8 and 55
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9, the former showing the folded edge I8 of the
section I2 overlapping the section ID, and the
latter showing the folded edge I8’ of the section
or vamp I0 overlapping the section or quarter
I2. In both forms the sections are stitched to
gether by a line of stitching I4 as shown in Fig. 3.
In the form of the invention illustrated in Fig.
4, the stitching Ita simulates straight-edge pip
ing. The stitching IGa, is performed with the up
10 per material reversed instead of in the usual Way
or, in other words, with the wrong side of the ma
terial uppermost.
In producing this stitching,
fronting said edge and extending in parallel rela
tion thereto on the outer surface of the shoe, said
line of stitching comprising a heavy thread which
together with said edge of the upper section
simulates a strip of piping secured between said
sections.
3. In a shoe having an upper comprising vamp
and quarter sections secured together in over
lapping relation, the overlapping portion of one
of said sections having an inturned folded edge, 10
and a line of stitching adjacent to said folded
edge extending in parallel relation thereto on the
there are utilized i'n the bobbin a relatively thick
outer surface of the shoe, said line of stitching
thread I'Ia, known in the art as FF cord, and a
relatively thin silk thread Ißa as the top thread.
This produces a raised stitch o-n the right side
comprising a heavy thread lying against said fold
ed edge, in confronting relation thereto, and a
thin thread passing through one of said sections
of the material forming the simulated piping
Ißa. The thread for forming this stitching will
and having portions looped around said heaw
thread and in engagement therewith at points
spaced longitudinally of said heavy thread, said
thin thread securing said heavy thread in posi 20
usually, if not always, be of a color in contrast
20 to the color of the right side of either the Vamp
or quarter or both vamp and quarter of the shoe
upper. Instead of applying the stitching Ißa
after the vamp and quarter are seamed together
by the stitching I4, said stitching Ita may be
applied before joining the vamp and quarter, in
tion against said folded edge, and said line of
stitching together with said folded edge simulat
ing a strip of piping secured between said shoe
upper sections.
4. In a shoe having an upper comprising two
which case this stitching may be used as a guide
sections of exposed shoe-upper material stitched
for the joining stitching I4.
In the form of the invention illustrated in Fig.
5, the simulated piping Ißb is positioned at and
30 joined to the edge |82) of the section Illb which
together in overlapping relation, one of said sec
tions having an edge on the outer surface of the
may be the vamp of a shoe and overlap the sec
tion I2b which may be the quarter of the shoe.
of the shoe, said line of stitching comprising a
heavy thread having portions disposed at an an
gle to said edge and a thin thread passing
through one of said upper sections and looped
This stitching is formed in the same way as the
stitching I6 except that it is applied so that it
forms the edge of the vamp or other part to
which it is` attached. The method of accomplish
ing this is illustrated in Figs. 6 and 7. As shown
in Fig. 6, the stitching Iûb is spaced from the
edge IO’; then the marginal edge portion I5 is
40 folded under at the line of stitching so that the
latter becomes the outer edge of the section, in
this case the overlapping edge of the vamp, and
then the section |02) is joined to the section I2
by the stitching IIIb` which corresponds to the
45 stitching I4 in Fig. 3.
While I have shown and described several em
bodiments of the invention, it will be understood
that the invention is capable of being embodied
otherwise than as here shown. It will be under
50 stood also that each of the embodiments herein
disclosed may be varied in its structural details.
Therefore I do not wish to be limited to the illus
trated embodiments except as may be required
by the appended claims considered with reference
55 to the prior art.
Having thus described my invention, what I
desire to secure and claim by Letters Patent of
the United States is:
l. In a shoe having an upper comprising vamp
60 and quarter sections secured together in overlap
ping relation, the overlapping portion of one of
said sections having an inturned folded edge, and
a line of stitching adjacent to and confronting
said folded edge and extending in parallel rela
65 tion thereto on the outer surface of the shoe, said
line of stitching comprising a heavy thread which
together with said folded edge of the upper sec
tion simulates a strip of piping secured between
said vamp and quarter sections.
70
2. In a shoe having an upper comprising two
sections of exposed shoe-upper material stitched
together in overlapping relation, one of said sec
tions having an edge on the outer surface of the
shoe, and a line of stitching adjacent to and con
shoe, and a line of stitching lying adjacent to
and confronting said edge on the outer surface °
around said heavy thread and in engagement
therewith, said thin thread securing said heavy
thread in position adjacent said edge, and said
line of stitching together with said edge simulat
ing a strip of piping securedv between said shoe
upper sections.
5. In a shoe having an upper comprising vamp
and quarter sections secured together in overlap
ping relation, the overlapping portion of one of
said sections having an inturned folded edge, and
a line of stitching lying adjacent to and con
fronting said edge on the outer surface of the
shoe, said line of stitching comprising a heavy
thread having portions disposed at an angle to
said edge and a thin thread passing through one
of said upper sections and looped around said
heavy thread and in engagement therewith, said
thin thread securing said heavy thread in posi
tion adjacent said folded edge, and said line of
stitching together with said folded edge simulat
ing a strip of piping secured between said shoe
upper sections.
6. In a shoe having an upper comprising sec
tions secured together in overlapping relation, the
overlapping portion of one of said sections hav
ing an edge on the outer surface of the shoe, and
a line of stitching adjacent to and confronting
said edge and extending in parallel relation
thereto on the outer surface of the shoe, said
line of stitching comprising a heavy thread lying
against said edge and a thin thread passing
through one of said sections and having portions
looped around said heavy thread and in engage
ment therewith at points spaced longitudinally
of said heavy thread, said thin thread securing
said heavy thread in position against said edge,
and said line of stitching together with said edge
simulating a strip of piping secured between said
shoe upper sections.
JACOB SQUIRE.
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