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Aug. 28, 1962
Filed Dec. 1, 1958
United States Patent 0 ”"ICC
3,050,740 '
Patented Aug. 28, 1962
being continuations of curved loop portions 13a and 13b
William Simpson, Handsworth, Birmingham, England,
which are spaced apart at such a distance that a needle
can pass between them. The fabric forming the tape
has its edges folded over inwardly and then is doubled
assignor to Newey Brothers Limited, Birmingham, Eng
over so that the lower folded edge 14 projects slightly
land, a company of Great Britain
beyond the upper folded edge as shown in FIGURES 1
Filed Dec. 1, 1958, Ser. No. 777,293
and 3, and the hooks are stitched into position between
Claims priority, application Great Britain Dec. 21, 1957
the layers With the outer ends of the bills substantially
1 Claim. (Cl. 2-265)
in alignment with the edge 14 or set in only very slightly
This invention relates to hook fastenings for garments 10 from that edge.
and more particularly to hook tape in which spaced hooks
To apply the tape to a garment, the ‘tape is placed
are secured to a folded fabric tape which is adapted to
on the garment with the edge 14 of the tape in alignment
be stitched to a garment, the hooks co-operating with
with the edge of the garment, which may be folded over
similarly spaced eyes on a tape adapted to be stitched to
as shown at 15, and the tape is stitched to the garment
another part of a garment.
15 in a single operation by a two—needle sewing machine
For some purposes it is desirable that the hooks should
producing two spaced lines of stitching 16, 17. The line
be as close as possible to an edge of the garment so that
of stitching 16 passes through the edge 14- of the tape
this edge can abut against the edge of another portion
and intersects the supporting loop portions 13a and 13b \~
of the garment carrying the eye tape and there is no
of the bill 13 or the curved portions thereof, whereby the
20 stitching loops of theline 16 may be drawn downwardly
Hitherto this has involved two separate operations in
over the outer ends of the bill loops 13a and 13b upon
stitching the hook tape to the garment. The edge por
the application thereof by the sewing machine needle.
tion of the tape extends laterally beyond the hooks and
The other line of stitching 17 lies close to the inner edge
this is stitched to the garment ?rst with the bill of the
of the tape and behind the attachment parts of the hooks.
hook uppermost. The garment is then folded back and 25
The stitching of the hook tape to the garment may
the other edge is secured by a second line of stitching
conveniently be effected in a machine having an attach
parallel to the ?rst.
ment as described in the speci?cation of my co-pending
According to my invention, in hook tape for stitching
application No. 777,320, ?led Dec. 1, 1958, now Patent
a garment with the hooks located substantially at an
No. 2,960,944, the machine incorporating means for guid
edge of the garment, the bills of the hooks are formed 30 ing the hook tape and for momentarily displacing a hook
from two substantially parallel wires spaced apart at such
as the needles descend if a wire of the hook bill should
a distance as to allow a needle to pass between them and
be in the path of a needle.
the tape is stitched to a garment by a two-needle machine
What is claimed is:
producing two parallel lines of stitching of which one
A garment fastening assembly comprising in combina—
is close to the hook edge of the tape and intersects the 35 tion: a hook tape having spaced longitudinal edges and
line of hooks, and the other is close to the other edge of
a plurality of hooks secured at spaced intervals along said
the tape.
tape, eachof said hooks having a bill de?ned by a pair
The stitching of the hook tape to a garment can thus
of wires spaced by a distance at least as great as the
be eilected in a single operation, which results in a con
thickness of a needle, the outer ends'of said bills being
40 a smoothly curved loop portion of the wires and posi
siderable saving of time and labour.
Further advantages are that the extended portion of
tioned substantially ?ush with one edge of the tape; a
the tape beyond the bills of the hooks which receives
garment having a longitudinal edge; and a substantially
the ?rst row of stitching in the normal construction is
straight line of stitching securing said hook tape to said
no longer necessary, and the row of stitching at the edge
garment along the longitudinal edge thereof, said line
is much closer to the books so that the hooks cannot
of stitching being close to the said one edge of said tape
draw away from the garment under strain.
under the outer ends of said bills with at least one point
A length of hook tape stitched to a garment in accord
of stitch penetration through the tape located between
ance with my invention and one of the hooks employed
the Wires de?ning the bill of each of said hooks.
are illustrated by way of example in the accompanying
drawings in which:
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
FIGURE 1 is a plan of a length of hook tape stitched
to a garment,
Luft ________________ __ Sept. 8, 1896
Rosenman __________ __ Feb. 15, 1916
of fabric 10 to which hooks 11 are stitched at regularly
Kramer _____ __' _____ __ July 30,
Rosenman ____________ __ Dec. 8,
Waldes _____________ __ Oct. 25,
Rabinowitz _________ .__ June 22,
Roseman ___________ __ Mar. 15,
spaced intervals by stitching 12. The hooks are of the
form shown in FIGURE 4, the bill 13 of the hook being
formed of a wire loop having parallel sides, the two sides
FIGURE 2 is a view of a portion of FIGURE 1 from
the back,
FIGURE 3 is an end view of a portion of the garment 55
and of the hook tape before being stitched together.
FIGURE 4 is a perspective view of one of the hooks.
The hook tape illustrated comprises a folded strip
France __________________ __ of, 1908
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