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July 23, 1963
H. FLITTERMAN-
3,098,281
BRAIDED RUG
Filed May 1. 196
INVENTOR.
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Patented July 23, 1963
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edges 33 and 34 which are folded tightly onto .the center
3,098,281
BED RUG
portion 32 and connected thereto by individual stitchings
Harry Flitterman, 507 N. Foothill Road,
Beverly Hills, Calif.
Filed May 1, 1961, Ser. No. 166,566
1t) Claims. (Cl. 28--78)
In the yform. of braiding strip indicated generally at 41
in FIGURES 6 and 7, the liinal stri-p is substantially cylin
35 and 36.
drical in form, having its edges joined together in butting
The present invention relates to braiding materials and
relation at 42 by suitable stitching y43. In this form of
braiding strip the edges of the textile strip are joined only
to articles made therefrom, and more particularly to rugs
to each other and are not connected to the center portion
:and similar coverings >for-med from »a braid having loops 10 lof the Strip, so that the resulting configurati-on forms sub
joined together as by sewing.
In the formation »of braided rugs and simil-ar covering
material, it is customary to form the »braid from strips of
textile material and to join -loops of the resultant braid
- stantially a cylindrical tube, as shown in the figures.
The manner of forming the braid 12 is indicated in
IFIGURE 8, in which a long braiding strip 51 is looped
centrally at 52 to form .the pair of braiding strips -53» and
together edgewise, as by sewing, in any desired configura 15 54. A third braiding strip 5‘5 is secured at 56 to the looped
tion to form an :article of the shape and design desired.
portion 52 of the elongated braiding strip ‘51. The three
It is one of the objects of the present invention to pro
strips, 53, 54, and 55 are then interleaved in well-known
vide a new form of textile braiding strip from which the
braiding fashion to form the resultant braid 12. The
braid for rugs and similar articles may be constructed.
braid 12 is then looped upon itself and the adjacent edges
Another object of this invention is the provision of a 20 of the loops are sewed together as at 15 to form the de
new con-struction of `a braided rug or similar article.
sired conñg-uration for the rug or other covering material.
A further object o-f this invention is to .provide a new
As the braiding strips `of FIGURES 2~3 and 6-7 are
form of braiding strip and a covering article fonned there
braided together, it will be understood that the flattened
from having improved wearing qualities and presenting a
tube of the strip 21 will be Áfurther flattened and that the
pleasing appearance to the eye of the beholder.
25 cylindrical tube of the strip 41 «will be ilattened in the
Yet Ianother object of this invention is the provision of ` braid formation. This imparts a resiliency to the rug
a braided rug having a softer feel and greater resiliency
surface lover and above that normally provided by the
of the rug surface.
material yof the braiding strip alone, since the tubular
These and other objects and features of the invention
form of strip will tend toI expand `from a yfully flattened
will «be readily apparent to those skilled in .the art from 30 to an opened position, and will thus give a softer feel and
the following specification and the appended drawing,
greater resiliency to the rug surface.
in which:
.
With the edges of the braiding strip return-bent and
FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of a completed braided
secured either together or to the center portion of the
rug according to the present invention;
strip, or both, it is seen that either rounded or ñat sur
FIGURE 2 is a perspective View :of a preferred form of 35 faces are presented at the wearing surface, rather than
textile braiding strip «according to the present invention;
FIGURE 3 is a sectional view of the -line 3;---3` of FIG
URE 2;
sharp-edge portions, and accordingly the braided article
presents desirable wear characteristics.
In the weaving of the rug of FIGURE l, it is desired
that the braid 12 shall change from one color to another
40 in a gradual and orderly fashion, as will now be described.
of braiding strip `according to the present invention;
FIGURE 5 is a sectional view on the line 5_5 of FIG
ï The braid at the section 61 is of a solid light color, `and
URE 4;
as it loops outwardly it is desired that this change to a
FIGURE 6 is a perspective View -of yet another «form of
solid dark color, as in section 62. At the point 63 a
braiding strip according to the present invention;
single vone of the braiding strips 53, 54, 55 becomes of the
FIGURE 7 is a sectional View on the line 7--7 of FIG 45 dark color, and from the point 63 to the point 64 the
URE 6; and
braid is formed from -two light and ione dark colored
FIGURE `8 is a detailed view showing the rnanner of
strips. At the point `64 a second one of the strips 53~55
FIGURE 4 is a perspective view of an 'alternative Iforni
braiding the strips of FIGURES 2 throu-gh 7, inclusive.
becomes dark, and from the point 64 to the point 65 the
A braided rug according to the present invention is
braid is formed from two dark and one light strip. At
indicated at 11 in FIGURE l as made up lof a braid 12 50 the point l65 the third of the strips 53-55 becomes dark,
which runs continuously lfrom a center starting section 13
and the braid then continues in the solid dark color. Thus,
in concentric loops to a terminal ending `14» to for-m the
We have the braid changing from a solid light color in
generally oval -shape of the rug shown in FIGURE 1.
the section 61 to a mixed color in the section between
Depending upon the length of the center section 13, any
points 63 and 64 formed from two light .and one dark
desired lconfiguration can be Iformed varying from cir 55 braiding strips; to a section between points 64 and 65
cular to the elongated oval shown. The adjacent edges
formed of mixed color with two dark an one light braid
of the braid loops are preferably joined together by sew
ing strips; and then from point 65 on, a solid dark color.
ing, as indicated at 15 in FIGURE l.
The braid thus changes from a solid light color to a mixed
One preferred `form of braiding strip from which the
color with the light predominating, then to a mixed color
braid 12 may Ibe formed is indicated at 21 in «FIGURES 60 with the dark predominating, and then to solid dark.
2 and 3, and is comprised of lan originally wide textile or
With this arrangement the colors blend subtly one into the
cloth rstrip having a center portion ‘22, and edge portions
other without an abrupt change-over point.
23 and 24 which are return bent toward each other and
While certain preferred embodiments 4of the invention
are butt engaged as at 25'. The edges 23 and 24 are joined
have been specifically shown and described, it will be
together and to the center portion -22 by a single sewing
loop 26 which provides for spacing of the edges -23 and
understood that the invention is not limited thereto, as
many variations will be apparent to those skilled in the
art, and the invention is to be given its broadest interpreta
tion within the terms of the following claims.
24 yfrom the center portion 22 as at 27 so kas t-o form the
braiding strip 21 into a flattened tube, `as shown in FIG
URES 2 and 3.
I claim:
An alternative form of -braiding strip is indicated at 70
1. A braiding strip for use with similar strips to form
51 in FIGURES 4 rand 5, and comprises an originally wide
a braid adapted to be looped into a covering article com
textile strip having la center portion 32 and return-bent
prising: a strip of textile material having its original
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7. A braided rug comprised of a substantially continu~
edges return bent toward each other and secured together
in abutting relation without overlap to present curved
edges on the strip at the Wearing surface of the article.
ous braid looped upon itself and having the adjacent edges
of the loops connected together, said braid being formed
of braiding strips comprised of strips of textile material
having their original edges return bent toward each other
2. A braiding strip for use with similar strips to form
a braid adapted to be looped into a covering article com
prising: a strip of textile material having its original edges
return bent toward each other and secured together and to
and connected together in abutting relation without over
lap to present curved edges on the braiding strips at the
wearing surface of the rug.
8. A braided rug comprised of a substantially continu
ous braid looped upon itself and having the adjacent edges
of the loops connected together, said braid being formed
of braiding strips comprised of strips of textile material
having their original edges return bent toward each other
the strip to present curved edges on the strip at the Wear
ing surface of the article, said original strip edges being
secured together and to the main body of the strip to form
substantially a flattened tube.
3. A braiding strip for use with similar strips to form
a braid adapted to be looped into a covering article com
to present curved edges on the braiding strips at the wear
prising: a strip of textile material having its original edges
return bent toward each other and secured together and to 15 ing surface of the rug, said original braiding strip edges
being secured together and to the main body of the strip to
the `strip to present curved edges on the strip at the wear
form substantially a flattened tube.
ing surface of the article, said original strip edges being
9. A braided rug comprised of a substantially continu
secured together and to the main body of the strip by
single sewing loops.
article, said original strip edges being secured together in
ous braid looped upon itself and having the adjacent edges
of the loops connected together, said braid being formed
of braiding strips comprised of strips of textile material
having their originaledges return bent toward each other
to present curved edges on the braiding strips at the
wearing surface of the rug, said original strip edges being
25 flattened and secured «to the main body of the strip.
butting relation and to the main body of the strip by
single sewing loops and with the return bent portions
spaced from the main body of the strip to form substan
10. A braided rug comprised of a substantially continu
ous braid looped upon itself and having the adjacent edges
of the loops connected together, said braid being formed
4. A braiding strip for use with similar strips to form
a braid adapted to be looped into a covering article com-`
prising: a strip of textile material having its original edges
return bent toward each other and secured to present
curved edges on the strip at the wearing surface of the
of braiding strips comprised of strips of textile material
tially ia ñattened tube.
5. A braiding strip for use with similar strips to form 30 having their original edges return bent toward each other
to present curved edges on the braiding strips at the
a braid adapted to be looped into a covering article com
wearing surface of the rug, said original strip edges being
joined together in abutting relation without overlap and
prising: a strip of textile material having its original edges
return bent toward each other and secured to present
curved edges on the strip »at the wearing surface of the
without attachment to the main body of the strip to form
article, said original strip edges being ñattened and secured 35 a substantially cylindrical tube.
to the main body of the strip.
6. A braiding strip for use with similar strips to form
References Cited in the ñle of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
a braid adapted to be looped into a covering «article com
prising: a strip of textile material having its original edges
return bent toward each other and secured together in 40
abutting relation without overlap to present curved edges
on the strip at the wearing surface of the article, said
original strip edges being joined together without attach
ment to the main body of the strip to form a substantially
cylindrical tube.
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