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May 7, 1963
v. c. GRANT
3,088,119
CONVERTIBLE SCARF AND RETAINING COLLAR
Filed Aug. 3, 1960
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3,088,119
panel C and the other of which is disposed adjacent to
but spaced from the other end of the panel C. The bands
CONVERTIBLE SCARF AND RETAINING COLLAR
Verna C. Grant, 3615 W. 62nd St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Substituted for abandoned application Ser. No. 828,361,
11—12 have their ends ?xedly engaged by stitching be
tween the inturned edges of the strips 7-~8 and projecting
outwardly vfrom and perpendicular to the longitudinal
side margins of the panel and also turned outwardly rela
tive thereto with the intermediate portions of the bands
extending between the out-turned end portions freely
overlying the outer face of either of the fabric strips
July 20, 1959. This application Aug. 3, 1960, Ser. No.
47,312
3,088,119
Patented May 7, 1963
4 Claims. (Cl. 2-—207)
This invention relates to a collar and has as its primary
object the provision of a collar which is so constructed 10 7-8, as shown in FIG. 2.
A similar partly detachable ?exible strap 14 has one of
that it may be utilized in holding a scarf thereon and in
its ends ?xedly attached by stitching to the upper margin
retaining a scarf while being worn either around the neck
of the panel C intermediate the ends thereof, the other end
or over the head or shoulders of the wearer, and whereby
of the strap 14 being normally free and equipped with
the scarf may be readily adjusted to various positions
while engaged by the collar according to the purpose and 15 one member 15 of a detachable snap-fastener the other
member 16 of which is atiixed to the outer side of the
appearance desired.
Another object is to provide a free or detached collar
of the above character which may be worn ‘around the
marginal portion of the panel C opposite the connection
of the ?xed end of strap 14.
As a means for detachably interconnecting the ends
neck independent of and without necessity of attach
ment to or of being supported by an extraneous garment. 20 of the panel C together, one end thereof is ?tted with a
button 17 disposed adjacent the upper margin of the panel
A further object is to provide a scarf retaining collar
embodying an elongate ?exible panel having a scarf en
adjacent its end and the other end of the panel has a?ixed
gaging band extending transversely thereof adjacent each
thereto a button-engaging fabric loop 18 projecting from
said other end ‘adjacent the upper margin of the panel C
of its ends, wherein the bands are adapted to be disposed
to overlie one side or the other of the panel whereby 25 for engagement with the button '17.
The collar A is designed to serve as a holder for the
the collar may be disposed to present either side thereof
outermost with the bands on its outer side, thus render
scarf B and also as ‘a means for retaining the scarf in
ing the collar reversible, and whereby the collar may
lbe readily applied and used by either a right or left handed
position around the neck of a person when the scarf is
person.
worn either as a neck-piece, head-piece, or shoulder cover.
30 To accomplish the above the ends of the scarf B are rove
With the foregoing objects and advantages in view to
gether with such other objects and advantages as may
subsequently appear, the invention resides in the construc
tion hereinafter speci?ed and claimed and illustrated by
way of example in the accompanying drawing in which: 35
FIG. 1 is a plan view of the collar panel in its extended
through the loops formed by the bands 11-42 and 14
with the ends of scarf extending from the opposite ends
of the collar. The assembled scarf and collar may then
position showing the front face thereof;
collar A with the scarf B attached is positioned to encircle
be handled in various fashions as in merchandising, trans
porting, storage, etc. preliminary to use.
In the operation and application of the invention, the
FIG. 2 is an enlarged cross section taken on the line
the neck of a person as shown in FIG. 4; the ends of the
2_-2 of FIG. 1 with the parts shown in spaced apart
relation for the sake of clarity;
collar-panel being interconnected by engaging the button
FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the assembled collar :
as seen from the front thereof;
17 by the loop 18 whereby the collar is held in place
around the neck of the wearer without other fastenings.
The scarf B may then beydisposed with its end portions
protruding ‘from the end bands ‘11-12 draped over the
FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing the collar as ap
plied and as utilized in retaining a scarf around the neck 45 chest of the wearer as shown in FIG. 4 or with either or
both of its ends thrown over the shoulders to depend over
of the wearer;
FIG. 5 is a similar view showing the collar as utilized
the wearer’s back, in an obvious fashion, while the inter
in retaining a scarf disposed over the head of the wearer;
mediate portion of the scarf will overly the exterior side
of the collar in pleats or folds so as to cover the collar
and
FIG. 6 is a diagram in plan showing the collar as uti 50 and be exposed to view in the fashion of a neck-piece.
lized in retaining a scarf in a ?uffed spread position on
the shoulders of the wearer.
Referring to the drawings more speci?cally A indicates
When it is desired to employ the scarf as a head-dress,
the intermediate strap 14 is loosened by disengaging the
members 15—16 of the snap fastener thus freeing the
lower end of the strap 14 whereupon the intermediate por
therewith.
55 tion of the scarf B may be pulled rearward to partly
The collar A preferably comprises an elongated rec
withdraw the end portions of the scarf from the loops
tangular ?exible panel C of textile fabric which panel
formed by the bands 11-12 and such intermediate por
having parallel longitudinal side margins and end margins
tion drawn upward and forward into a position extend
is here shown as consisting of a ?at tube composed of
ing over the head of the wearer, as shown in FIG. 5.
complementary rectangular outer and inner fabric strips
If it is desired to spread the intermediate portion of
7 and 8 respectively, which strips are sewed together
the scarf over the shoulders of the wearer the procedure
throughout their margins by stitching 9 as indicated in
recited in the preceding paragraph is followed except
FIG. 2. In order to eliminate 131W edges, the initially
that instead of drawing the scarf over the head, the inter
formed tubular panel is turned inside out through a short
mediate portion thereof is spread to overly the shoulders
unstitched portion of one edge of the panel to dispose 65 as indicated in FIG. 6.
the raw edges of the fabric on the interior of the panel,
In this use of the invention the intermediate portion
after which the unstitched edge portion of the panel is
of the scarf may be rumpled or ru?led to impart ‘a decora
sewed together as indicated at 10 in FIG. 1.
tive appearance.
Overlying the outer side of the panel C formed by the
It will be observed that by the construction and ar
strip 7 and extending transversely thereof is a pair of 70 rangement set forth, the fastening afforded by the button
117 and loop 18 is arranged between the protruding end
narrow ?exible cloth bands '11 and 12 one of which
portions of the scarf B so as to be readily accessible both
is arranged adjacent to but spaced from one end of the
generally a collar and B designates a scarf associated
3,088,119
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in applying and removing the collar, and that the scarf
adapted to be positioned around the neck of a person;
B may be retained on the collar at all times after its re~
said panel having opposed sides and ends; said panel com
prising a pair of overlying complementary inner and outer
moval if desired.
.
By mounting the bands 11--12 with their end portions
leading freely from and perpendicular to the side margins
rectangular ?exible strips having inturned longitudinal
of the collar panel, the collar is rendered reversible in
that the bands 11—-12 may be disposed to overlie either
one side or the other of the panel, which is accomplished
by swinging the bands 11-12 over the ends of the collar
or tucking the ends of the collar through the hands. When
margins and end margins sewed together, a pair of nar
row ?exible cloth bands disposed adjacent to the ends of
said panel, each of said bands having an intermediate por
tion and end portions with said end portions engaged be
tween the inturned longitudinal margins of said strips
10 and secured thereto and projecting outwardly and per
the bands are disposed as shown in FIGS. 1—3 the collar
pendicularly between said longitudinal margins and also
fastenings 17—-1S are arranged for convenient manipula
turned outwardly relative to one of said strips with the
intermediate portions of the bands freely overlying the
tion by a right handed person and inconvenient to a left
outer face of the said strip, said bands being adapted to
handed person. By reversing the collar as above de
scribed to position the bands on the side thereof oppo 15 detachably engage and hold a scarf in overlying relation
to said collar panel with the scarf disposed over the head
site that shown, the fastenings 17—18 will be disposed
or shoulders of the wearer, and co-operating fastening
convenient to manipulation by a left handed person.
means on the ends of said panel for detachably inter
This application is ?led in substitution of an applica
connecting said ends.
tion, now abandoned, ?led by me July 201, 1959, Serial
20
3. The structure called for in claim 2 in which the in
Number 828,361, entitled Convertible Scarf.
turned longitudinal margins and end margins of said ?exi
I claim:
ble strips are sewed together and with the longitudinal
1. In a scarf holding and retaining collar embodying
margins of the strips united with the ends of said bands.
an elongated free rectangular panel of textile fabric
4. A convertible scarf comprising the combination of
adapted to be positioned around the neck of a person; said
panel having opposed sides and ends; said panel compris
a scarf adapted to be worn over the head, or shoulders
ing a pair of overlying complementary inner and outer
rectangular ?exible strips having inturned longitudinal
or draped around the neck of the wearer, and a free ?exi
ble collar adapted to be worn around the neck of the
margins and end margins sewed together, a pair of nar
wearer, said collar having opposite sides, ends and longi
tudinal margins, means for detachably connecting said
row ?exible cloth bands disposed adjacent to the ends of
said panel, each of said bands having an intermediate 30 collar ends, a ?exible band adjacent each end of said col
lar ends extending transversely thereof having end por
tions af?xed to said margins and having free intermedi
ate portions adapted to slidably receive and hold spaced
portions of the scarf to retain the scarf in overlying rela
portion and end portions with said end portions engaged
between the inturned longitudinal margins of said strips
and secured thereto and projecting outwardly and per
pendicularly from between said ‘longitudinal margins and
also turned outwardly relative to one of said strips with
tion to the collar with the portion of scarf intermediate
the intermediate portions of the bands freely overlying
the bands extending longitudinally of the collar or draped
over the head or spread to overlie the shoulders of the
the outer face of the said strip, said bands being adapted
to detachably engage and retain a scarf in overlying rela
wearer, and a strap intermediate the ends of the collar
adapted to detachably receive the scarf.
tion to said panel with the scarf disposed over the head or
shoulders of the wearer, said bands being adapted to be 40
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disposed to overlie either side of said panel, co-operating
UNITED STATES PATENTS
fastening means on the ends of said panel for detachably
interconnecting said ends, and a ?exible strap intermedi
ate the ends of said panel a?ixed at one end only to one
600,331
730,323
971,476
Lanz _________________ __ Mar. 8, 1898
White et al. ___________ .._ June 9, 1903
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detachably fastening the other end of said strap to the
outer face of the outer strip adjacent the other longi
tudinal margin thereof, said strap being adapted to co
1,806,721
1,944,507
Tauben ______ __'__, ____ __ May 26, 1931
Grasso ______________ __ Jan. 23, 1934
2,475,931
Wimmer __________ __'___ July 12, 1949
operate with said bands to hold a scarf in overlying rela
2,515,657
Mendl _______________ __ July 18, 1950
930,021
Germany _______ __‘ ____ __ Dec. 1, 1955
of the longitudinal margins of said strips, and means for 4
tion to said panel lengthwise thereof.
2. In a scarf holding and retaining collar embodying
an elongated free rectangular panel of textile fabric
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