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Jan. 22, 1963
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3,074,073
MANUFACTURE 0F FUR GARMENTS
Filed June 29, 1960
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Patented Jan. 22, 1963
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The width of the piping 12 is selected so that when
MANUFACTURE GF FUR GARMENTS
folded over and sewn the top 12a of the piping 12 is
Louis Hak, 736 Bloomfield Ave., Apt. E,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Filed .lune 29, 1960, Ser. No. 39,530
2 Claims. (Cl. 2-65)
preferably substantially even with the fur on the strips
10. The tubular formation of the piping 12 presents an
attractive surface blending with the rfur so that when
the joined skins are made up into a garment as shown in
FIGURE l, it has a distinct and luxurious appearance not
The present invention relates to the making up of fur
possible with the furs or fur fabrics of the type described.
pelts or synthetic fur fabrics into garments. More
As
previously mentioned, the preferred material for the
specifically, the invention is concerned with a method of 10 piping is a thin leather which can be polished or flat
cutting and assemblin'g neutral or furs of one shade of the
finished as desired, the colour being selected to provide
inexpensive shorter haired types, or synthetic fur fabrics,
in such a manner as to provide a novel and more luxurious
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a distinct contrast to the fur so as to define the stripes.
Alternatively, other materials could be utilized for the
appearance. The types of furs to which the present
striping, for example synthetic leathers, plastic materials
method is particularly applicable are those such as mouton, 15 or fabrics.
synthetic persian, sheared dyed rabbit, etc.
As will be obvious from the preceding description and
In accordance with the present invention, the pelts or
accompanying drawing in addition to providing the dis
sections of fur are cut in relatively narrow strips and
tinct and luxurious appearance referred to, the present
then sewn together with a piping or tubular welt of
garment structure embodying the intervening piping also
leather between each seam to provide distinct divisions or 20 serves in a utilitarian manner by reinforcing such a gar
stripes which are spaced 4and tapered to suit the garment
ment. The piping extending _to the level of -the pile on
the -fur prevents the pile from being crushed, which is
soft leather which are each folded upon themselves to
quite common in fur garments utilizing inexpensive furs,
provide a tubular bead with the joined edges incorporated
and further the intervening strips of piping prevents
in the seam joining the fur strips. In the preferred con 25 rubbing or loss of hair which is also common, for ex
struction the tubular or exposed portion of the piping
ample when a fur garment is worn lby one doing consider
extends above the skin or backing to a height substantially
able driving.
equal to the depth of the fur. The spacing between the
I claim:
piping of course is selected to suit the garment that is
l. A fur garment comprising in combination elongated
to be made and runs Áfrom about 2" to about 6" at the 30 strips of fur skins interconnected along the adjacent side
widest. In order to conform with the contours of the gar
margins to form relatively narrow panels [forming the
ment the pelts and of course the piping may taper to a
-body and sleeves of said garment, each of said panels be
narrow spacing at some points, for example down to as
ing defined at each side margin by a length of tubular
being made. This piping is preferably made of strips of
little as 1A” but this will only be for short lengths.
piping interposed between each interconnected pair of
Having thus generally described the nature of the in 35 said fur strips, said piping forming part of the intercon
vention, particular `reference will be made to the ac
necting seam between said strips and extending from its
companying drawing showing by Way of illustration a
preferred embodiment thereof, and in which:
point of interconnection with said strips to substantially
the height of the fur pile on said stn'ps, whereby the por
FIGURE l ís a rear elevational view of a garment
tions of said piping free of connection with said seams are
formed from fur skins or fur fabric portions cut and 40 adapted to act as wear resistant pile retaining reinforce
assembled with stripe defining pipings in accordance
ments for said interconnected fur strips.
with the invention.
2. A fur garment as claimed in claim 1 wherein each of
FIGURE 2 is a view in plan of an enlarged section of
said tubular piping lengths is made of an elongated strip
the garment shown in FIGURE l.
45 of leather folded upon itself to form a tubular outline
FIGURE 3 is a sectional view of the construction
having a double thickness attachment strip extending out
shown in FIGURE 2 to show the shape and attachment
wardly therefrom with the tree edges of said folded
of the stripe defining piping.
leather strip forming said attachment strip disposed be
With particular reference rto FIGURES 2 and 3 of
tween the adjacent edges of said fur skin strips and sewn
the drawings, the method of Ithe presen-t invention ín 50 together with said fur skin edges, leaving said tubular
portion of said piping free and in juxtaposed relationship
cludes in addition to the usual steps of cutting previously
dyed or prepared skins into strips 10 and joining said
strips 10 by sewing, the additional step of preparing and
placing a tubular piping 12 of plain flexible material be
tween each adjacent pair of fur strips 10 and securing said 55
with the fur of said adjacent skin strips.
References Cited in the ñle of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
piping 12 between said strips with the usual sewn seam.
As shown most clearly in FIGURE 3, the piping 12
is made from elongated strips, preferably of thin leather
or other similar material, which are folded on themselves
to make a tubular bead or piping 12 with the free edges 60
placed between the edges of the strips 10 and sewn to
gether in the usual Way by a skin sewing machine, as is
well known in «the art.
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Shaw _______________ __ Mar. 6,
Post ________________ _.. June 7,
Wass et al ____________ __ Nov. 17,
Rand ______________ __ Apr. 10,
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FOREIGN PATENTS
22,730
Great Britain __________ _.- May 14, 1908
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