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June 14, 1938.
c. TARSON
MEANS FOR MAKING A DECORATIVE DESIGN
Filed ‘June a, ‘19:57
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Patented June 14, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT "lorries. a
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MEANS‘ FOR MAKING A DECORATIVE '
DESIGN
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Catherine Tarson, Cicero, .Ill., assignor of one
half to Andrew W. Tarson, Cicero, Ill.
Application June 8, 1937, Serial No. 147,021
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(Cl. 2-278)
1 Claim.
This invention relates to novel and improved
means for making a decorative design.
One of the objects of this invention is to pro
vide an improved shaping device or pattern which
5 is arranged and adapted to be fastened in the de
sired position on a piece of material, and then
has various colored layers of yarn looped there
Fig. dis a View of‘ another improvedshaping
device, for producing a different ?oral design than
that of Fig. 3.
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Figs. 7, 8, 9, and 10 illustrate this invention
applied, respectively, to a circular ?gure, a letter,
a numeral, and a leaf.
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These shaping devices or patterns are made of
over in making a decorative design, this device
thin sheet-like material, preferably of rust-proof
further comprising guide means for accurately
H O guiding the cutting instrument in cutting the
metal, such as copper, brass, aluminum or tin;
loops of yarn, in order to produce an evenly un
folding and symmetrical design.
Another object of this invention is to provide
a shaping device which is especially arranged and
15 adapted to be ?rmly secured in the desired posi
tion on the piece of material, so that the device
will not move out of this position while the yarn
is being looped over the device in making the
decorative design.
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Another object of this invention is to provide
these shaping devices in sets of differently formed
devices or patterns, whereby a variety of deco
rative designs, such as ?oral designs, geometric
designs, ?gures, letters, etc., can be quickly and
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easily made on a piece of suitable material, such
as cloth, paper, composition, and the like.
A further object of this invention is to provide
an improved method in conjunction with this
improved means, for making an ornamental de
3 O sign with accuracy and with ease and without
requiring any special training or skill for making
the same.
These and various other objects and advantages
are attained with this invention, as will become
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apparent from the following description, taken
in connection with the accompanying drawing in
which the invention is shown in its preferred
form of construction, it being understood that
Various other arrangements and forms may be
40 resorted to for carrying out the objects and pur
poses of this invention.
In the drawing:
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Fig. 1 is a plan view illustrating my improve
shaping device in a ?oral form, secured upon a
45 piece of material preparatory to making the deco
rative design thereon.
Fig. 2 is a plan view illustrating several pro
gressive steps involved in the method of making
this decorative design.
Fig. 3 is a plan view illustrating the ?nished
design.
Fig. 4 is an enlarged cross-sectional view on
line 4—4 of Fig. 2.
Fig. 5 is an enlarged cross-sectional view on
55 line 5-5 of Fig. 3.
also of celluloid, ivory, hard rubber, and the like. 0
I also prefer to provide them in sets, each set
containing several diiferent shaped devices, as
indicated by the several devices illustrated in
the drawing. These devices generally include rel“
atively slender arms or branch portions over 15
which the yarn is looped in securing it upon the
piece of material for making the design.
In Figs. 1, 2, and 4 is illustrated a shaping de~
vice H which is of thin sheet-like material and
includes four arms l2 curving outwardly from
vits central part 83. It is adapted for making a
?oral design.
A guide groove in the form of a depressed chan
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nel M is provided on each arm, extending from
a point near the end of the arm to said central 25
part l3, and thisv groove is positioned along the
center line longitudinally of the arm, whereby
to guide the point of the scissors or cutting in
strument exactly along the center line of the arm
while the loops of yarn are being cut. The previ- 0" o
ously proposed shaping devices lacked such guide
channels, and thus induced the ?nished designs
to be made unsymmetrical.
A small opening I5 is provided adjacent the end
of one or more of these arms, thru which thread 35
I6 is stitched for securing the device in the exact
position where it is desired onthe piece of ma-v
terial ll, so that the shaping device will not shift ~
or move out of place while the yarn is‘ being
looped over the ?rst arm at the beginning of the 40
loop-forming operation, as is the case with de
vices of this kind heretofore known. An open~
ing it may also be provided in the central part
[3, adapted to receive threads !9 in holding this
device on the piece .of material.
Concerning the method of making the decora
tive design in accordance with this invention, as
indicated by several steps shown in Fig. 2 of the
drawing, the yarn 2| of a certain color is ?rst
looped over the arm I2, after the device has been 50
secured with stitching IS in the desired position
on the material, as outlined above. The ends
of the loops are stitched thru the piece of mate
rial, at one side of arm l2, as best shown in Fig.
4, and are then brought back over the arm and
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stitched in the material at the opposite side of
said arm. This is repeated until an entire layer
of this color of yarn covers the arm, as indicated
at l2’ at the lower left-hand side of Fig. 2.
A layer of yarn 22 of a different color than
said layer 2| is then looped over said ?rst layer,
as indicated in Fig. 4 and at the upper left-hand
corner of Fig. 2. This provides a design of two
colors when completed. If more colors are de
sired in the design, then a further layer or layers
of different colored yarn will be applied over
these
A cutting
?rst two
instrument,
layers indicated
preferably
in the
a pair.
drawing.
of scis-.
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sors, is then utilized; The point of the scissors . .
ends of the arms for receiving stitches to hold
the device in place on the material during the
looping operation.
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Fig. 7 illustrates a shaping device 4| which is
in the form of a continuous circular arm or annu-
lar plate provided with a guide groove 44 extend-'
ing centrally of the arm, and has openings I15
therein for receiving securing stitches, like the
preceding forms;
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'Fig. 8 illustrates a shaping device Si in the 7
form of a letter, which has a guide groove 5!»; in
its stem and a groove 54' in its upper bar por
..tion- Openings. 55 are provided for receiving
stitches to hold the device in position.
is placed in said guide groove l4 and is guided ‘ ' 'Fig. 9' illustrates a shaping device 5! in the I
along the groove while the loops of yarn 2| and - Viorm of a numeral consisting of a continuous
22 are being cut.
These guide grooves on the
slender body portion, being provided with a guide
arms provide for an accurate cutting of the yarn .. groove 64 centrally of its upper face, and with
on the upper face of each arm and along the 1on4 " securing openings 65 adjacent the ends thereof.
gitudinal center line of the arm, so that the
strands of yarn willlunfold evenly and equally
toward both sides of the centerjline 23, to'pro
vide a symmetrically appearing andrevenly tufted
FigIlO illustrates a shaping device ‘H in the
form of a leaf, which is provided with
guide
groove 14 on its upper face, and has securing
openings"; for receiving stitches, as in the pre—
ornamental design, as shown in Figs. 3 and 51 ‘
ceding forms.
In the form of shaping ,deviceshown' in Fig. 1
the loops of yarn are also stitched thru the cen
tral opening I 8 and are cut at the top,‘ in order
. to form the central tuft ‘24 in‘this floral design,
as shown in Fig. 3.
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The threads 16 and 19, whereby the shaping
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tend
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centrally
of of
these'forins
the slender
thebody
guide
part
grooves
or of the
arms, toproperly guide the scissors in cutting
the loopsthereon, and provide an evenly unfolded
and symmetrical design. ‘
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claim:
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device has been secured upon the piece of mate: _
A device for making adecorative. design on'a
rial ll, are then cut and the device is withdrawn piece of fabric, said device being of thin sheet
from the unfolding design wherein the yarn has , metal and comprising. a slender‘portion having
spread and tufted, as best shown in Figs. 3 and 5, small openings therein for receiving stitching to
thereby providing a varir-colored, ‘tufted and en
secure the device on the material and hold it in
tirely symmetrical decorative design;
place duringjthe beginning of the looping opera"
tion, said slender. portion being depressed only
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Various forms of shaping devices are provided,
several of which are shown in the other ?gures
along its center line providing a guide channel ' '
of the‘drawing, for producing the various desired
designsand ‘are equipped with guide grooves and
with openings for fastening the device on the
tion, for guiding the point of a scissors truly on
the center line of said portion and facilitate cut
material, similar to the form ‘described above.
Fig. 6 illustrates a‘ shaping device 3| having
branches or arms 32 provided Withguide grooves
34 extending longitudinally and centrally of their
top faces.
Openings 35' are provided near the
extending centrally longitudinally of said por
ting the loops evenly centrally‘ thereofhwhereby
tov provide an evenly unfolding and truly sym
metrical design.
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CATHERINE
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TARSON.
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