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May 10, 1938. D. GOLDMAN 2,116,570 YARN FABRIC PACKAGE Filed oét. 2, 1937 DA V/D GOL DMA/v INVENTOR. BY ‘ ‘Mdm www ATTORNEY. 2,116,570 Patented May 10, 1938 UNITED STATES _ PATENT OFI-‘ice 2,116,570 YARN FABRIC-PACKAGE Davia Goldman, New York, N. 1.„ assignm- of one-half to Hilda Goldman, New York, N. Y. Application October 2, 1937, ASerial No. 167,080 1 Claim. (Cl. 28-.21) G, the said fringes F and G being disposed in a This invention relates generally to a fabricated multicolored strand band, but more specifically to a Woven and unravelable composition of multi colored and variegated strands of yarn from 5 which the user can readily detach a length of any individual strandv singly _without snarling the fanlike formation resulting from the constric tions of the bow members D and E. The purpose of the constrictions on the body A is to prevent the unravelling of the woven strands when the 5 article is manipulated for use and when it is crumpled and uncrumpled for storing and handling. fabric and thus causing the unravelling of the weave. The main object of the invention is to provide a fabrication of multicolored and variegated strands of yarn for sewing purposes fabricated into the form of a woven band member wherein provision is made to prevent the unravelling of the weave and for effecting easy accessibility for the choice and withdrawal of any one particular strand. , Another object of the invention resides in the provision of a yarn supply made up of strands of diüerent colors and materials in the form of a ' The weave shown in Figure 1 is preferably ac- _ complished by utilizing groups of strands such 10 as the groups indicated by numerals I0 to 24 in elusive, the strandsY of each group being prefer ably of the same color and strands of any prede termined >groups being of such yarns as cotton. rayon, silk, wool, worsted and the like. The fabric 15 is either knitted, woven or braided in pattern which utilizes each group of strands as " single thread, the most practical pattern being one which facilitates the individual removal of the strands from any group. The pattern shown in Figure 1 is a simple braided one. but any other pattern is feasible which facilitates the removal in fan formation. \ A further object of the invention resides is of the strands as above said. The strands of each of the groups i0 to 24 are the provision of an article of the above nature 25 which may be used by tailors. dressmakers, house- , woven, braided o`r knitted with the strands of- each 25 wives, and ofiice workers, as a-substitute for group arranged side by side and substantially in carrying a stock of spools of yarn of various the same plane so that the resulting fabric is dat colors and materials.' Moreover, the article takes or bandlike to prevent snarling when any par up very little space, may be carried in a handbag, ticular strand is removed from the body A. The permanent, lasting >and attractive band fabric, 20 the terminals of which are fringed and disposed 30 and is capable of being folded, wrinkled and washed like any other fabricated material. These objects and other incidental ends and advantages of the invention will hereinafter ap pear in the progress of the disclosure‘and as pointed out in the appended claim. Accompanying this specification is a drawing showing a preferred form of theinvention and wherein corresponding ' reference characters fanlike and fringed end formations F and G 30 facilitate the grasping and removal of any one Y particular strand of any group. In order to re move a strand any end is grasped by the finger at the tip, the body A being held by the other hand on the further bow. After the strand is with- 3,-, drawn, the user grasps the body A at the bows E and D to straighten body A out in the event that any snarling has taken place. After the body A has been so straightened out, it retains the strength and integrity of its original condition. 40 When a large quantity of strands have been with In accordance with the drawing: îFlgure I is a view in perspective illustrating a drawn from body A. a latticelike appearance will result, but it should be remembered that no mat preferred form4 of the fabricated yarn composi ter how many strands are left in body A, it will one of any one v be impossible for them to separate until each one 45 Figure 2 is a magnified view of l45 of the _strands making up the weave of Figure 1.I is separately> withdrawn from beyond the bows D and E. Numeral 25 in Figure 2 merely repre In accordance with the invention and a pre ferred form thereof shown in the drawing; let-- sents a typical‘strand in _cross section, this strand . being made of any yarn and color of yarn. ter A designates the body of xthe strand'fabrica The constrictions in the ends of body A which 50 tion and preferably presents the appearance of a 50 necktie band._ The body A, inwardly of the ends effectuate the fanlike terminals bring about a thereof, is constricted as at B and C, the m aus pleating at the points of constriction which, in ‘ of constriction illustrationally being shown i the addition to serving a mechanical function, serve form of bows D and E. 'I'he terminals of body A. to present an ornate and finishing touch to the ,g outside of bows D and E are fringed as at F and product. The color patterns which body A may 55 designate corresponding parts throughout the 40 several views. tion.. ' - 2 . 2,116,570 assume are unlimited because of the fact that -prising groups of ilexible yarns vstrands of ap various groups of speciilc coiors and specific yarns may be intertwined in various pattern formations. I wish it understood that minor changes and ‘variations in the weave, knit, braid, color and yarn patterns, together with minor variations in the constrictions and fringing of the body of the invention, may all be resorted to without depart ing from the spiritof the invention and without 10 departing from the scope of the appended claim. I claim. As an article of manufacture, a household, oi’--_ ñce and travelling sewing and mending tie com-i proximately equal lengths, .the strands of each group lying in side by side relation and substan tially in the same plane, and the groups them selves being intertwined to form a ñat fabricated band, constricting means inwardly spaced from each of the ends of the band to maintain the in tegrity of the intertwined formation oi' the in termediate portion of the band, said means also causing the portions outwardly thereof to assume 1o a fan-like formation whereby each strand is readily accessible for independent withdrawal. » DAVID GOLDMAN.