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Publication numberUS1425952 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 15, 1922
Filing dateApr 20, 1921
Priority dateApr 20, 1921
Publication numberUS 1425952 A, US 1425952A, US-A-1425952, US1425952 A, US1425952A
InventorsHarry Fidler
Original AssigneeHarry Fidler
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Infant's bed clothing
US 1425952 A
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Patented Aug. 15, 1922.


Specification of Letters Patent.

I Application filed April 20, 1921. Serial No. 463,025.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, HARRY FIDLER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Philadelphia, in the county of Philadelphia and-State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Infants Bed Clothing, of which the followin is a specification.

y invention relates to infants bed clothing, and the object thereof is to provide an bed clothing, particularly adaptable for use on infants beds, which will insure that the child will at all times be covered, notwithstanding its natural restlessness, which will afford a maximum of comfort to the child due toits peculiar organization, and which will provide a sanitary arrangement permitting a soiled portion thereof to be easily changed, when required, with a minimum of disturbance to the child.

With the foregoing objects in View, my invention contemplates the provision of two members, preferably quilted, the lower of which is of less extent than the upper and isseparably united thereto in,such manner that there will be provided a greater fullness in the lower member, as will herein after more fully appear.

The nature and characteristic features of my invention will be more readily understood from the following description, takenin connection with the accompanying drawin s forming part hereof, in which igure 1 is a perspective view, looking from below, of the infants bed clothing embodying the main features of my present invention;

Fig. 2 is a longitudinal central sectionthereof; and

Fig. 3 is a transverse section thereof. Referring to the drawings, in the particular embodiment of my invention therein 7 7 shown, the infants bed clothing comprises 45 an upper member 5, preferably quilted, and

.a'lower member 6, also preferably quilted,

and these members 5 and 6 are' united to each other by any suitable type of separable fasteners, such as snap or glove fasteners 7. It will,. of course, be understood that any other type of separable fastening devices may be used in lieu of the glove fasteners 7, if desired.

The lower quilted member 6 is made of smaller dimensions than the upper quilted member 5,-and the respective portions of the separable fasteners 7 are so located on the respective upperand lower members 5 and 6 whereby a greater fullness is provided in the lower member 6 when the two members 5 and 6 are united by means of the fasteners, as clearly shown in Figs. 2 and 3 of the drawings, This greater fullness of the lower member 6 is secured by the portions of the separable fasteners 7 which are carried by the lower member 6 bein improved, yet relatively simple, form of 5 located along the side margins thereof, an

Patented Aug. 1 5, 1922.,

the complemental portions of said fasteners 7 which are carried by theupper member 5 being so located thereon that the respective side rows of such portions of the fasteners 7 which are carried by the upper member- 5 will be separated from each other a distance somewhat less than the width of the lower member 6, it being noted also that the side rows of the portions of the fasteners which are carried by the upper. member 5 are located some distance from the side margins of the upper member 5. lhere are also provided a suitable number of the separable fasteners 7, whichare located at the foot or bottom edges of the upper mem ber 5 and lower member 6 and on account of the length ofthe lower member 6 being less than that of the upper member 5, it will be noted that the upper member 5 will extend some distance beyondthe head end v of the lowerv member 6. i

In the use of the bed clothing above described, the lower member 6 may be first separately placed on the bed and the child placed thereon, whereupon the top mem- It may also be noted that the lower'member may. be removed and a new one substituted when desired, without removing the upper cover and exposing the child, when it is necessary to make such a change, as it will be readily apparent that the under member may be detached along the bottom ters Patent, is

and one side, and a clean under member attached thereto, and the child may be shifted from one to the other of the under mem-, bers with a minimum of disturbance, after which the substituted under member may be attached to the upper member along the other side.

Having thus described the nature and characteristic features of my invention, what I claim as new and desire-to secure by Let- 1. Infants bed clothing comprising upper and lower substantially flat members secured to each other by separable fasteners,-

portions of said fasteners carried by the lower member, and complemental portions of said separable fasteners carried by the upper member, and the respective portions neaaeaa same of said fasteners being located a apart less than the width of the lower mem 2o I and lower members, the lower member lee-- ing of less width and length than the upper member, and-secured thereto by separable:

fasteners, portions of said fasteners carried by the lower member being arranged along the bottom and side edges thereof, and complemental portions of the separable fasteners carried by the upper member being arranged along thebottom edge and some distance from the sides thereof. V In testimony whereof, I have hereunto signed my name. HARRY FIIDLER

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U.S. Classification5/485, 5/494, 5/416, D06/603
International ClassificationA47G9/02, A47G9/04
Cooperative ClassificationA47G9/04
European ClassificationA47G9/04