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Publication numberUS824100 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 26, 1906
Filing dateDec 17, 1904
Priority dateDec 17, 1904
Publication numberUS 824100 A, US 824100A, US-A-824100, US824100 A, US824100A
InventorsJean Diem-Beutler
Original AssigneeJean Diem-Beutler
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Tulle or net embroidery.
US 824100 A
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N0.,s z 4,1oo. PATENTEE JUNE'ze, 1906.

' J. DIEM-BEUTLER. l

TULLE 0E NET EMBROIDERY.

APPLICATION FILED DEUJT 1904.

"UNrTEn STATES PATENT oEEioEo TULLE 0R NET EMBRO'IDERY.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Applicationrled December 17, 1904. Serial No. 237.316.

Patented June 26, 1906. i

To all whom, t mag/concern: f y

Be it known that I, JEAN DIEMBEUTLER, a citizen of the Swiss Republic, residing at Bruggen, near St. Gallen, Switzerland, have invented certain new and useful Improvementsin Tulle or. Net Embroidery, of which the following isr a specification.

This invention relates to ,improvements in tulle or net embroidery and it consists in trac-` ing patterns onI plain 'or colored tulle by means of transparent or translucent pigment free from fatty constituents or inapplying said pigment to suitable fabric which corresponds in its outlines with the pattern to be produced and is adapted to be sewed to the tulle. In both cases the tracing or pattern can be edged with ornamental embroidery or the like.

The invention is illustrated, by way of eX-` ample, in the annexed drawing, which repre- 4 sents a corner of a tulle curtain.

The vflower pattern b and the border pattern c are produced on the tulle background a by means of pigment free from fat, and

. both patterns are `edged with embroidered outlines d.

The colorofthc pigment usedforproducing each pattern need not, of course, be uniform.. Any desired number of different colors may be used to produce a pattern, according to the subject or nature o the latter. This is also the case if fabric corresponding in its outlines with the pattern is sewed to the tulle and edged -by means of embroidery.

I claim- In embroidered network the construction comprising'vin combination a network background, `apattern formed with permanent transparent pigment free from fatty constituents, spread over parts of said network, and 4o embroidery on said network placed so as to form an edging to said pattern. In witness whereof-I havesigned this speciication in the presence of two witnesses.

JEAN DIEM-BEUTLER.

Witnesses:

HERNANDO DE SoTo, T. W. PETERS.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US4092451 *Mar 8, 1976May 30, 1978Howard SernakerEmbroidery transfer
US4140563 *Oct 4, 1977Feb 20, 1979Penn Textile Inc.Method of making embroidery transfer
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB29C65/62, A41D27/24