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Oct. 8, 1946.
l. M. FALKv
rPOCKET CONSTRUCTION FOR TROÚSERS
Filed bee. 18.. 1944
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UNITED lSTATESv PATENT oFFlcE. y
PÚCKET CONSTRUCTIONV FOR TROUSERS
Irving M. Falk, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor‘to The
Nu Pocket Method Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Application December 18, 1944, Serial No. 568,715
2 Claims. (Cl. 2-248)
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My invention relates to a new and useful pocket
construction for> trousers and more particularly
the back pocket of such garments, and has for
one of its objects to provide a novel structure
and means for assembling the same in a garment.
Another object of this invention is to bind the
edges of the pocket with tape to provide strong,
neat and clean seams resulting in a highly de
sirable pocket construction.
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pocket material registering with the pocket open
ing of the garment material.
When the portions l0 and I2 of the garment
material are turned in, similar portions I4 and
l5 of the pocket material are turned in with said
garment material turned in portions. A finish
ing strip i6 having one edge previously sewn to
the pocket material by the stitches Il, is placed
against the downwardly turned in portions of
the garment and pocket materials in the region
of the pocket opening and all sewn together by
the stitches I8.
Another object of the invention is to enclose
the edges of the pocket in the fold of the tape
to secure said tape in place and close the meeting
A facing strip I9 is sewn along one edge to
edges of the pocket by one stitching operation.
what will be the inside face of the outer wall of
A further object of the invention is to produce
a strong and durable back pocket from a piece 15 the pocket by stitches 2U so that when the pocket
material is folded upon itself at approximately
of material folded upon itself and having its side
the line 2l, Fig. 4, said facing strip will be oppo
meeting edges and the folded edge bound with
site the pocket opening and is finally sewn in
tape.
place along with the strengthening strip 9, the
With the above and other objects in view this
invention consists of the details of construction 20 upwardly turned in portions of the pocket and
garment materials and the outer wall of the
and combination of elements hereinafter set
pocket by the stitches 22.
forth and then designated by the claims.
The pocket material after being folded upon
In order that those skilled in the art to which
itself may be kept in the shape produced or the
this invention appertains may understand how
to make and use the same, I will describe its con 25 corners contiguous the fold may be cut to arcuate
shape as preferred. In either case a piece of tape
struction in detail, referring by numerals to the
or binding 23 is folded over the side meeting edges
accompanying drawing forming a part hereof, in
and the fold of the pocket material so as to com
which:
pletely enclose both the side and folded edges
Fig. l is a back view of a pair of trousers hav
30 and said tape is fixed in place by the stitches
ing the back pockets therein.
24 thus completing the pocket 8. The stitches
Fig. 2 is an enlarged fragmentary view of the
24 may be a single or double row passing through
inside of the trousers in the region of one pocket.
both layers of the tape as well as both layers of
Fig. 3 is a further enlarged vertical sectional
the pocket material or one row may pass through
view of Fig. 2.
Fig. 4 is a View, on a reduced scale, of the 35 the tape and pocket material and the other row
pocket prior to being folded into shape and bound
with the tape.
through only said pocket material.
In either
event, the stitching is done in one operation so
that the tape is secured in place and the open
In carrying out my invention as herein em
sides of the pocket closed at the same time in
bodied 5 represents the garment material of a
pair of trousers 6 having one or more back pocket 40 one sewing operation.
The pocket material that projects above the
openings l each leading to a pocket 8 of novel
and strong construction suspended on the inside
row of stitches 22 may be further sewn in place
along with the waist band 25 or lining of the
of the garment.
When the pocket opening is formed in the gar
garment by the stitches 26.
ment material, a strengthening strip 9 is sewn 45
From the foregoing it will be apparent that I
to a portion IB of the severed material by the
have not only provided an exceedingly strong
stitches ll and both the strip 9 and the portion
pocket construction but also one in which any
of garment material turned in and upward as
raw edges are completely covered to prevent
shown in Fig. 3. Another portion l2 of the
50 ravelling thereof.
severed material is turned in and downward.
Of course I do not wish to be limited to the
Prior to turning in the portions of the garment
exact
details of construction herein shown and
provided by the making of the slit for the forma
described as these may be varied within the scope
tion of the pocket opening, a strip of pocket ma
of the appended claims without departing from
terial I3 having a slit is placed on the obverse
the
spirit of my invention.
face of the garment material with the slit ln the 55
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Having described my invention what I claim as
new and useful is:
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1. The method of making a garment pocket
which comprises placing a double length of pocket
material on a garment, slitting both the pocket
material and garment and folding said pocket
material upwardly upon itself, stitching the up
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material on a garment, slitting both the pocket
material and garment and folding said pocket
material upwardly on itself, folding the edges of
the pocket material and garment together along
the vslits inward upon themselves, stitching the in
turned edges in place, then stitching the ñrst
mentioned upturned portion of the pocket mate
turned portion of the pocket material to the gar
ment above the slit, and stitching a strip of tape
rial to the garment above the slits, and finally
the pocket.
close the pocket,
stitching a strip of tape over the side edges of
over the side edges of the pocket material to close 10 the pocket material to enclose said edges and
2. The method of making a garment pocket
which comprises placing a double length of pocket
IRVING M. FALK.
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