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April 12, 1938. 2,114,097 F. AVONDOGLIO ANGORA ANKLET Filed Nov. 25, 1936 INVENTOR ¿i1/orina Avondag/:b BY I z ê < à ATTORNEY 2,114,097 Patented Apr. 12, 1938 UNITED stares ¿PATET GFFICE 2,114,097 ANGORA ANKLET Fai/orina Avondoglio, New York, N. Y. Application November 23, 1936, Serial No. 112,324 1 Claim. (Cl. 2-239) This invention relates to new and useful im The invention has for an object the construc tion of Angora anklets in a manner so that the 5 seams thereof are located in a position which Will not hurt the feet. Furthermore, it posed to so arrange the seams that the or the like may be partially or fully of finish. 10 A further object of the invention is to is pro anklets Angora so con struct the anklets that they may be knitted from 1 one color thread material or from threads of various colors. Still further the invention proposes the con struction in an Angora anklet of a foot portion having a sole section extending along the bottom and partially along both sides and continuing into a back section of the leg portion so that the an klet is continuous along the sole. This eliminates 20 seams in this region which are likely to irritate the foot. Still further the invention contemplates ar ranging the foot portion with rectangular cutouts at the ankle areas, the rear edges of which are 25 stretched down and attached to the bottom edges thereof, and the front edges of which are stretched out and attached to the stretched down section. Still further it is proposed to use the same material from which the anklets are knitted to 30 attach together the edges mentioned in the pre vious paragraph. Another object of the invention is the construc tion of an anklet as mentioned which is simple and durable and which may be manufactured and 35 sold at a reasonable cost. For further comprehension of the invention and of the objects and advantages thereof, refer ence will be had to the following description and accompanying drawing, and to the appended 40 claim in which the various novel features of the invention are more particularly set forth. In the accompanying drawing forming a Ina terial part of this disclosure: Fig. 1 is a side elevational view of an anklet or 45 the like constructed according to this invention. Fig. 2 is a side elevational View of another anklet embodying the same invention. Fig. 3 is a fragmentary enlarged detailed View of a portion of the sock during the course of 50 manufacture. Fig. 4 is a fragmentary elevational View of a portion oi` an anklet constructed according to 55 or thread carrier used for knitting the anklets according to this invention. provements in Angora anklets. this invention but showing another embodiment. Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the multi-yarn In Fig. 1, an anklet or the like is shown which comprises a long leg portion II) connected with a foot portion I I. This foot portion has a sole sec tion II*L extending along the bottom and par tially along the sides and continuing into a back section Illa of the said leg portion I0. At each side of the ankle area I2 of the anklet there is a seam between the points AB and CF. These 10 seams are at a location where they cannot possi bly irritate the foot. They are so constructed as to make the anklet substantially form ñtting on the foot. In Fig. 3 a schematic View of an unñnished An 15 gora anklet is shown so that the seams may be better understood. In this figure the knitting I Ia represents the sole section of the foot portion. At the ankle area there is a rectangular opening I4 having the sides BA, AC and CD. 'I‘he side BA is stretched and pulled down against the side AC, 20 as indicated by the arcuate dotted line BC; along the line AC, these now adjacent edges are secured together by stitches I5 (see Fig. 1) . The side DC, > is then pulled across along the dotted line DF until it reaches the side of the said pulled down edge BA. The side to which reference is had is indicated on the drawing by EB. The said ad jacent edges are then secured together by the stitches I6 (see Fig. 1). The anklet shown in Fig. 1 is partially of an gora. The leg portion I0 is completely angora, 30 and the Angora finish is extended over a section of the foot portion, namely, the vamp of the foot portion. In Fig. 2 a modiiied form of anklet is shown constructed according to the same invention. This anklet has a short leg portion Iû’ having a top portion IG” rolled down. This leg portion connects with the foot portion II. This foot 40 portion has a sole section II'c1 which continues into the back section Illa of the leg portion. The anklet is knitted so as to have seams at the ankle area I2. These seams extend between the points AB and FC. The construction is produced in the 45 same manner as that described relative to Figs. 1 and 3. The anklet shown in Fig. 2 has a 100% Angora ñnish. In Fig. 4 a portion of knitted material I6 is shown which is knitted with different colored threads. The knitting is arranged in stripes so that alternate stripes IIia are of one color threads, and the other stripes |610 of another color. This is merely shown to illustrate that the anklet may be knitted with different colored threads, by us 55 2 2,114,097 Having thus described my invention, what I ing multi-thread or yarn carriers 20, in the knit~ ting machine. The carriers are provided with two or more vertical holes 2l, to keep the yarn claim as new, and desire to secure by United States Letters Patent is: used in making the hose, spaced. This improved anklet may also be made tubu lar, wholly of one piece of knitted Angora material the like hose, comprising a leg portion and a foot portion, the foot portion having a sole section Without any seams, except the joining seam at the back of the leg portion of the anklet, according to this invention. It is to be understood that this footwear may be either in the form of anklets, or in the form of socks, or other types of hose. While I have illustrated and described the pre ferred embodiments of my invention, it is to be 15 understood that I do not limit myself to the pre cise construction herein disclosed and the right is reserved to all changes and modifications com ing within the scope of the invention as deñn'ed in 10 the appended claim. In a new article of manufacture, an anklet or extending along the bottom and both sides there of and continuing into a back section of said leg portion, and at each side of the ankle area hav ing a rectangular opening, the material bounding the rear end of said opening being stretched down and attached to the material bounding the bot tom edge of said opening and the material bound ing the front edge of said opening being stretched out and attached to an edge of the stretched down section, said anklet having an Angora ñnish on the leg portion and on the vamp of the foot portion. FAVORINA AVONDOGLIO.