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SePt- 18, ‘1962
E. w. LOISELLE
3,054,367v
GUIDE FOR A SEWING MACHINE
Filed Dec. 12, 1958
INVENTOR.
EDMOND W. LOISELLE
BY
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ATTORNEYS
United States Patent 0 " lC€
3.
3,54,3h7
Patented Sept. 18, 1962
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3,954,367
held in this surface by screws 12. The presser foot of
Edmond ‘W. Loiselle, Diamond Hill Road,
Cumberland, RI.
Filed Dec. 12, 1958, Ser. No. 779,996
8 Claims. (Cl. 112—152)
ingly mounted on the plunger 14 and the needles 15 and
15' of the machine passes through the bifurcated portions
16 of this foot.
GE FOR A SEWING MAC
This invention relates to a guide for a sewing machine
particularly designed for use in guiding the rope-like braid
cord from which rugs are made by sewing the cord in
spiral or pseudo-spiral formation.
Heretofore in the sewing of rugs of the type above
indicated at the beginning of the formation of the rug
where the turn of the rope-like material is partially bent
the sewing machine designated generally 13 is reciprocat
Upon this supporting surface 11, I have provided a
guide plate designated generally 17 which is a generally
?at sheet metal plate with a projecting portion 18 or which
might be thought of having a cutaway portion 19 when
viewed in plan. From the edge of this projecting portion
18, there extends upwardly a work pressing ?n 20‘ which
projects beyond the edge 21 of this portion 18 and is
provided with a tongue 22 which extends downwardly
and enters a slot 23 in the throat plate 10. This slot 23
through substantially 180°, the sewing has sometimes
15 extends in the direction of feed of the work and enables
missed the rope formation as it is fed in or caught the
same only on the very edge.
sewing will extend substantially inwardly from the edge
the plate 17 to be guided by this tongue and slot arrange
ment in this direction of feed. However, for further guid
ing the plate, it is slotted as at 24 and 25 through which
slots there extends shouldered screws 25 and 27 with these
shoulders in engagement with the edges of the slot and
serving to space the screws 26 from the table into which
of the rug and get a good grip to hold the material in
they are threaded so as to further guide the plate for re
One of the objects of this invention is to provide a guide
which will enable the operator to force the rope-like ma
terial even at the sharp turns into such a position that the
the position desired.
ciprocating movement on the supporting surface 11.
Another object of the invention is to provide a guide
A second ?n 36* is bent upwardly from a second smaller
which although performing this advantageous object may 25 plate 31 along its edge and is ?ared backwardly as at 32
be retracted, so that as the rug is ?nished the guide may
and 33 and is located in spaced relationship but gener
be pulled out of place to enable the sewing to be more
ally parallel to the ?n 20. This ?n 39 may be moved to
advantageously accomplished.
ward and from the ?n 26 by means of an upstanding
Another object of the invention is to provide a guide
threaded block 35 and a screw 36 which has threaded
which may be adjusted to accommodate different diame 30 engagement with the block and has a collar 37 which is
ters of roping which go to form the rug.
slotted as at 38, the slot of which rests in a closely ?tting
Another object of the invention is to provide a guide
recess 39 in the yoke 40‘ extending upwardly from the
which may be easily disassembled for cleaning purposes.
plate 17, thus holding the screw against axial movement.
Another object of the invention is to provide a guide
A handle 41 serves to rotate the screw 36 to cause move
which will prevent the ?nished portion of the work from 35 ment of the plate 31 and its ?n 3t} and a spring 42 serves
riding up away from the plate which guides it in the vicin
to tension the same and hold it in adjusted position. A
ity of the sewing operation.
slot 43 is provided in the plate and a shouldered screw 44
With these and other objects in view, the invention con
passes through this plate into the lower plate so as to
sists of certain novel features of construction as will be
guide the same. In order to retain the plate 17 in the
more fully described and particularly pointed out in the 40 forward position, I have de?ected the plate as at 45' to
appended claims.
provide a recess 45 in the under surface of the plate as
in the accompanying drawings:
shown in FIGURE 4 and positioned a ball 46 behind
FIGURE 1 is a top plan view of a fragmental portion
which there is spring 47 in a recess in the stock 48 which
of a sewing machine illustrating a rug which has been
forms a surface 11 so that when the plate is pushed for
partially formed and of the guiding of the rope-like form 45 wardly or upwardly as shown in FIGURE 1 with the ?n
which goes to make the rug in my attachment.
20 extending in between the bifurcated foot, the plate will
FIGURE 2 is a sectional view on substantially line 2—2
be held in this position.
of FIGURE 1 with the work omitted.
A lip 55 is formed on the ?n 20‘ beneath which the work
FIGURE 3 is an exploded perspective view of portions
extends and which prevents the work from raising away
of the guide shown as separated to bring out the different 50 from the supporting surface 11.
parts thereof.
In operation of this guide it is necessary to withdraw
FIGURE 4 is a sectional view on substantially line 4-4
the plate 17 from a position in which the forward end of
of FIGURE 1 showing the resilient means for holding
the ?n 20 extends into the bifurcated foot in order that
the plate in one position.
the braid may be pushed in beneath the foot. Iln the
FIGURE 5 is a plan view of a portion of a rug.
55 showing in FIGURE 5 with the plate retracted, the for
In proceeding with this invention, I modify the throat
ward end of the ?n 20 is positioned in substantially the
plate of a sewing machine by providing a guiding slot or
bight of the material indicated at 50 and then the
recess therein, and I further provide a plate which rests
braid is pushed forwardly and will be held in its for
upon the surface surrounding the throat plate with a thin
ward position by the ball ‘46 and sewing will continue as
fin-like portion upstanding from the plate and extending 60 shown down the junction between the bight of material
beyond an edge of the guide plate and over the throat
around the 180° turn as shown at 51. Then as the mate
plate and in position so that a tongue from this ?n will
rial is nearing its end, the plate will again be retracted
enter the recess of the throat plate for guiding the guide
and will allow the ?nishing end to be sewn to the convolu
plate in its movement. And I also provide an adjust
tion which has been already coiled in position. This
able ?n on this guide plate for varying the distance be 65 movement of the plate to move the ?n 20 into an operat
tween ?ns and for supporting the work at the point of sew
ing position thus affords a versatility of operation which is
ing in a ?rm position. This plate is further guided by
very advantageous. The plate may be moved from its
slots and shouldered screws.
held position by merely pulling outwardly on the plate
With reference to the drawings, 10 designates a throat
or downwardly as shown in FIGURE 1 when the pull
plate of the sewing machine which is set into a surround 70 will release the plate permitting it to be moved to its outer
ing supporting surface 11 of the sewing machine so as to
position. During this operation the lip 55 will prevent
be substantially parallel or ?ush with the surface. It is
the work from riding up too high along the ?n 20. If the
3,054,367
4.
0nd upstanding ?n mounted'on the plate and extending
size of the braid varies as, for instance, being larger, the
?n 20 being forward and entering the presser foot will
parallel to the ?rst ?n and spaced therefrom between
which ?ns the work is guided, said second ?n being ad
prevent the work from being crowded to the left as seenv
justably mounted on said plate to vary the spacing of
in FIG. 1 and thus would prevent the stitch from being
‘out of desired position, or if the braid is of lesser diame
ter, it will prevent the. braid from being moved to the
said ?ns.
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6. The combination‘ of claim 1 wherein there is a sec
ond upstanding ?n mounted‘ on the plate and extending
parallel to the ?rst ?n and spaced therefrom between
which ?ns the work is-guided, said second ?n being ad
I claim: I
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1. In a sewmgmachinea generally horizontal work. 10 justably'mounted on said plate to vary the spacing of said
?ns, and threaded means to vary ‘said adjustment.
supporting surface and a presser foot, a throat plate hav
. 7. The combination of claim lwherein means hold the
ing its upper surface in a plane parallel to the plane of
plate with said ?n in a position adjacent said presser foot.
the work supporting surface, a guide plate parallel to said
8. The combination of claiml wherein resilient means
surface having an upstanding work pressing ?n extend
ing in the direction of the feed of the work along a por 15 hold the'plate with said ?n in a position adjacent said
tion of said plate and beyond an edge thereof in over
hanging relation with the throat plate and aligned with
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
the presser foot, means for movably mounting and guiding
UNITED STAIES PATENTS
right as seen in FIG. 1 to prevent the stitch from being
out of position to the other side.
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presser foot.
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the plate for sliding along said work supporting surface
for reciprocation in the direction of feed of the work for 20
389,152 ,
pressing the work into operatingposition while the work
488,862
Winters et al. ________ __ Dec. 27, 1892
491,194
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is being fed into the machine;
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2. The combination of claim 1 wherein the throat plate
is provided with a slot extending in the direction of feed
. of the work and said work pressing ?n along the over
hanging portion thereof has a tongue to enter said slot,
said slot being of a length to permit movement of the
tongue
therein.
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3. The combination of claim 1 wherein the Work press
ing ?n hasa lip extending right angularly of the machine
'in a direction to overlie the work to prevent raising of the
work.
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4. The combination of claim 1 wherein there is'a second
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upstanding ?n mounted on the plate and extending par
allel to the ?rst ?n and spaced therefrom between which 35
'?ns the work is guided.
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5. The combination of claim 1 wherein there is a sec
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