|Publication number||US215038 A|
|Publication date||May 6, 1879|
|Filing date||Feb 21, 1879|
|Publication number||US 215038 A, US 215038A, US-A-215038, US215038 A, US215038A|
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S. BBA'I'TY. Sweat-Lining for Hats.
Patented May 6, 1879.
minas/sei N. PETERS. 'PHOTUUTHQGRAPHER WASHINGTON D C UNITED STATES PATENT OEEIGE.
SAMUEL BEAT'IY, OF NORWALK, CONNECTICUT.
IMPROVEMENT IN SWEAT-LININGS FOR HATS.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 215,038, dated May 6, 1879; application led February 21, 1879.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, SAMUEL BEATTY, of Norwalk, Fairfield county, State of Connecticut, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Sweat-Linings for Hats; and Ihereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of' the same, reference being had to the drawings hereunto annexed.
My invention relates to the sweat-lining and its attachment to the hat.
To and along the outer edge of an ordinary sweat-leather I sew a cord by means of zigzag or herring-bone stitches passing through the adjacent edges of the cord and sweatleather, the stitches alternating through the cord and sweat-leather throughout the length of the latter. I then apply the lining to the hat with the corded edge outward or upon the brim ofthe hat, and stitch it to the hat by stitches passing perpendicularly through the hat and between the cord and leather of the lining.
In place of the cord a reed may be used by inclosing the same in a narrow welt of thin material, as shown in the drawings, Figure I, at C. The welt is then stitched to the sweatleather in the saine manner as the cord above described, with its two edges left under the leather, so as to be out of sight when the lining is in the hat; or the cord maybe used with the welt.
In the drawings, Fig. I shows a bent strip of the lining, with its cord or reed D inclosed in the welt C and sewed to the leather B by zigzag or herring-bone stitching E. The strip is bent so as to show both sides of the lining, the side B being the outer side or one eX- posed to view when in the hat. Fig. 1I shows the lining in the hat, A being a portion of the hat-brim, and F the stitching through the brim and the lining.
I am aware that it is not new to form sweatlinings in the manner above described-namely, by attaching a cord or reed to the leather by zigzag or herring-bone stitches; but
What I claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
1. A hat to which a sweat-lining, made by attaching a cord and leather in the manner described, is sewed by stitches passing perpendicularly through the hat and through the lining between its cord and leather, substantially as described.
2. Sewing into a hat a sweat-lining, made of a cord and leather attached together, as described, by stitches passing perpendicularly through the hat and through thelining, substantially as described.
EZRA H. PARKER, ALFRED H. CAMP.
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