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Патент USA US2116047

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May 3, 1938.
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M. c. SCHRANK
SLIP
Filed Jul}r 31, 1935
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2,116,047
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Patented May 3, 1938
2,116,047
‘ UNITED ‘STATES
PATENT OFFICE
2,116,041
SLIP
Max Charles Schrank, Bridgeton, N. .1.
Application July :1, 1935, Serial Nb. 34.670
1 Claim.
(Cl. 2-73)
An object of my invention is the production of a ders, is preferably made of pieces cut on the
garment for feminine wear, of the slip type, which "straight” .with the warp‘ thread extending
will so closely conform with the contour of the horizontally. These last named pieces, as well
upper part of the body of the wearer, above the as the bust pieces, are economically made, as is
5 hip or waist, as to give a splendid and acceptable illustrated in Fig. 3 and as hereafter described,
?t, and'especially over the back, as well as the in cutting the garment pieces from the length of
frontor bust of the wearer, and which, at the cloth or fabric which is of standard width and
indefinite length.
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same time, will allow all desired freedom of move
ment of the person. and which will besag-proof.
The blank or shapewhich provides the front
invention is to provide a and the back of the’ slip below the hip or waist 10
10 Another object of the
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- garment of the slip type, and especially one with line, so that at the back are two overlapping
the characteristics just mentioned, which will be ' panels forshadow-proo?ng, has, as clearly shown
in Fig. 3, the T-shape, the stem constituting the
economical of manufacture. both as to the quan
tity of material required and the work in produc
upper part of the front ill of the slip and each
'15 ing the various parts‘ or pieces and sewing them lateral extension ll andthe intervening portion 15
together.
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My invention consists in whatever is described
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l2 constituting the overlapping shadow-proof
panelsat the back, below the waistline, and the
by or included within the terms or scope of the
bdttom or skirt portion of the slip at the front.
appended. claim.
The opposite vertical edges of the shadow-proof
panels II are free, as usual, to allow freedom of
In the drawing-'-
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Fig. 1 is a view in front elevation of a garment
embodying or made in conformity with'my in
vention;
. Fig. 2 is a back view thereof;
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Fig. 3 is a. view‘, somewhat diagrammatic, show
‘ing the shapes or contours of the various parts
movement of the limbs of the wearer.
The bias cut back piece I3 has a horizontal
bottom edge and its width from side to side
matches the width of the upper part of the front
10, and the latter and the side .edges of the back 2
i3 aresewed together. The top of the back I3
which go‘to makeup a garment such as that ' is pointed, the oppositeinclined edges meeting at
shown in Figs. land 2, in that the patterns there
for‘are. shown laid upon-the'cloth. for the eco
‘30 nomical use of the materialin providing the gar
the top of the back and in each triangular space
thus provided is sewed a triangular piece H, cut
on the straight with the warp threads running
ment pieces, the illustration in Fig. 3 showing
how the patterns are laid for producing the pieces
horizontal, the upper edges of which in the slip }
for two complete garments.
has been explained, at the front there are bust
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To achieve the very desirable ends of a close
‘ and satisfactory and comfortable ?t of the upper
part of thelgarment; especially at the back, and
to make the garment sag-proof, I make the back
from a line, say at the hips, upward, - of cloth
' or material cut on the bias,‘ so'that the threads
40 extend obliquely across the person of the wearer,
and the remainder of the main portion of the
garment, which is the front from top to bottom
and the back below the bottom edge of .the back
piece; of material or cloth cut on the straight,
shown,~ extend in horizontal alinement, and, as
covering‘ pieces l5 that, respectively, are sewed
along'one inclined edge to the inclined edge of
the pointed top portion l6 of the front. These
bust covering pieces are cut so that the threads
extend obliquely or on the bias.
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Referring to Fig. 3, it will be seen that the
patterns for the front pieces of the garment, with 40
their shadow-proof laterally extending panels, are
laid upon the piece of cloth I‘! so that the stems
of the T’s extend crosswise of such piece, and
the lateral extension ll of one piece lies along
that is to say, with the warp threads extending side the lateral extension of the adjoining piece
horizontally. Thus, by reason of the bias back \ so that each such pattern from extremity of the
piece. the garment has flexibility which causes stem of the T to what‘ is the bottom edge of the
its automatic conformation to the curves or piece, requires or uses substantially one half 6f
bends of the. wearer's back above the hips, and‘, the width of the stock piece I1, so that, in effect,
50 by reason of the “straight" of the cloth or piece the length of the stem of the T is one half the
constituting the rest or substantially the rest of width of such stock piece. The-triangular pieces
the garment, it is sag-proof. Preferably, the ll complete the top of the back ‘l3 economically,
bust portions of the front are made of pieces or with the corner spaces between the inclined edges
shapes cut on the bias, so that they will have’ . of the point of the stem and the end of the adja
cent latersl shadow.proof forming extension ll.
.65 the desired close fit, and thev back, at the shoul
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The patterns of the back pieces ii are laid upon
the stock piece I‘! obliquely or at an incline,
speaking with reference to what is the bottom‘
A sagless garment of the slip type including a
substantially inverted T-shaped body section hav
ing vertical and horizontal threads, the vertically
extending central portion of which extends from
edge of the back piece, so that the threads occur
on the bias or incline, and one of the inclined. the hip line to a point adjacent the neck of the
edges of the point of the back piece is at or close to wearer to provide an upper front panel, and the
and parallel to the side edge of the stock piece I'I. horizontal lower portion of said body section
4' This disposition of the patterns for the back having its laterally extending ends overlapped
pieces I! provides or a?‘ords areas just large and connected along their upper edges throughout
10 enough for the patterns that provide the four the entire length thereof so as to provide free bot 10
tom and end edges, and a back panel having its
bust pieces Ii for two slips without any substan
threads disposed on. a. bias with respect to the
tial waste of material;
It will be understood, of course, that the warp Y threads of the front panel and being connected to
threads ‘ll of the stock piece I‘I extend parallel the side edges of the latter and to the connected
15 with the side edges of the stock piece.
upper edges of the overlapped portions of the in 15
The slip illustrated in the drawing, and having
the particular conformation and arrangement of
parts shown and described in detail, constitutes a
20 most satisfactory embodiment of my invention,
but it is to be understood that I do not restrict
myself thereto, but the scope of my invention
reaches to_'whatever_is included within the fol
lowing claim.
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What I claim is:
verted T-shaped body section, said biased back
portion extending from a point at substantially
the hip-line of the garment and terminating at a
point adjacent the neck oi’ the wearer, whereby to
permit stretching of the garment during stooping 20
and sitting positions of the wearer and a return to
normal when the wearer is in a standing position
to prevent sagging of the rear portion of the gar
merit.
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