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Au@ E3, E946. ¿www ' l. -PANES STAY FOR CORSETS _ Filed Nov. 15, 1944 1N VENToR.. „TS ¿clore Pane 5 , BY / Vß@ ,CW ATTO R N EYS 2,405,900 ’ Patented Aug. 13, 1946 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,405,900 STAY FOR CORSETS Isidore Panes, New York, N. Y. Application November 15, 1944, Serial No. 563,498 2 Claims. (Cl. 2-36) l 2 This invention relates to stays which may be used advantageously for garments, such as corsets. The principal object of the invention is the provision of an improved construction whereby end portion of the stay II is applied suitable resilient stays are incorporated in a garment so that the stays will not be kept abnormally flexed due to shrinkage of the material of the garment. A further object of the invention is the pro vision of improvements whereby stays are kept from shifting out of a functioning position. A further object is the provision of an im proved construction for incorporating stays of , material which serves as a means to secure the stay in place, to reenforce the securement, to pad the ends of the stay, and to prevent the ends of the stay from puncturing the material of the » garment. The material used for the aforesaid purposes in the present instance is cloth or tex tile fabric. A piece of the fabric is applied to each end portion of the strip II by folding the piece lengthwise upon itself and the longitudinal edge portions I2 are inturned and stitched as at I4,'thus forming a tubular structure I5 having a longitudinal extension I6. As shown in Fig. 3, the end portion of the stay II is inserted part the indicated character in the aforesaid manner, and wherein the stays are padded or reenforced 15 way into the tubular structure I5, after a suit able cement or adhesive substance has been ap at the ends so as to prevent puncturing of the plied to said end portion. The structure I5 is material which encloses the stays. then folded over the end portion of the stay and The nature of the invention and its distin cemented thereto, as shown in Fig. 4. guishing features and advantages will appear A pair of the stays each capped or covered in when the following specification is read in con the manner described, is arranged and secured nection with the accompanying drawing, in in a pocket structure presently to be described. which A strip I1 of reenforcing textile material is laid Fig. 1 is a fragmentary View showing part of against the material of the garment on the in a corset with the stays incorporated according ' to the present invention, a portion of the stay 25 side thereof in the present case. The stays are laid on the strip I'I. A second strip I3 of textile pockets being broken away. . material, which serves as a covering, is/laid over Fig. 2 is a sectional view taken on the line 2-2 the stays. Both strips I'I and I8 extend beyond of Fig. l. the opposite ends of the stays. The strips I'I and Fig. 3 is a view of one end portion of a stay and the material for securing, padding and reen 30 I8 are stitched to the material of the corset and this stitching takes in the extensions I6. After forcing the end portion, said material being stitching the parts to a point below the upper shown unfolded. reenforcing and padding material, the material Fig. 4 is a View similar to Fig. 3, but showing of the corset is pushed upwardly relatively to the ` the securing, padding and reenforcing material stays, which gives a certain amount of fullness folded over the end portion of the stay. Figs. 5 and 6 are sectional views taken on the without wrinkling the material. The stitching is then continueduntil the strips I'I and I8 to gether with the lower reenforcing and padding Figs. '7 and 8 are sectional views taken on the caps, are stitched to each other to complete the lines 'I-'I and 8_8, respectively, of Fig. 1. In the drawing, a part of a garment, such as a 40 >incorporation of the stays II with the lines of lines 5--5 and 6-6 of Figs. 3 and 4, respectively. corset, is designated I0. In such garment stays are used at spaced positions to preserve the shape stitching I9. The opposite ends of stays II are thus secured to the material of the corset while the major intermediate portions of the stays are free in the porting parts of the wearer’s anatomy. Accordn ing to the present invention, one or two stays 45 pockets formed by the stitched strips I'I and i3. The aforesaid fullness eliminates a condition in are retained in a pocket structure secured to which the stays II would be kept abnormally the material of the garment. In the present in flexed due to possible shrinkage of the material stance, according to the invention, a pair of stays of the corset by washing the same, or from sweat. is arranged in double pocket structure and any I claim: suitable number of such pocket structures may 50 1. A stay of the 'character described compris be used and applied either to the outside or in side of the garment. ing a strip of resilient material, and means only on each end portion of said strip for performing Each stay Il isY in the form of a narrow strip of the garment and to aid in embracing' and sup the following functions, namely, securing the of resilient material, such as steel, Whalebone, wood or any other suitable material. To each 55 stay, reenforcing the securement, and preventing a 3 the ends of the stay from puncturing the ma terial to which the stay is secured, said means consisting of textile material folded upon itself secured to and completely covering said end por tion leaving the remaining intermediate portion of the strip uncovered and providing an edge portion extending longitudinally of the stay and adapted to receive stitching. 2. The combination with a garment having a 4 stay pocket, a stay arranged Within said pocket, said stay comprising a strip of resilient material, and a textile covering serving as a protecting cap on each end portion of the stay leaving the remaining intermediate portion uncovered, and said covering having a side edge portion which is secured to the material of the pocket and the garment. ISIDORE PANES.