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Dec. 30, 1941.
H. E. KATZENMOYER
2,268,400
STOCKING
‘Filed Feb. '7. 1941
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Patented Dec. 30, 1941
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE’
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Harry E. Katzenmoyer, Hendersonville, N. 0., as
signor, by, mesne assignments, to Chipman
Knitting. Mills, Easton, Pa., a corporation of
Pennsylvania
Application February 7, 1941, Serial No.‘ 377,810
3v Claims. (01. 66-184)
This invention relates tostockings and, more
down to a substantially uniform width ankle por
particularly, to stockings of the type formed from
tion 5.
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continuously knit ?at fashioned blanks in which
In accordance with this invention, andbegln
the upper halves of the heel portions are progres
sively widened, and the lower halves of said heel‘
portions are progressively narrowed for mergence
into the foot.
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,
‘
5
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the width of the fabric uniform for. a few courses
One object of this invention is to enable the
indicated at H) in Fig. 2; whereupon said heel
portions are further shaped by narrowing ll,
formation of run-proof selvages along the
widened, upper halves of the heel portions with
out necessitating ‘incidental loop transfers; such
objective being attained, as vhereinafter more fully
10
peating sequence during the knitting of said heel
portions, and merely increasing the traverse of
the carriers for the addition of end loops in the
l
ing loop courses l3, II, and 15, are knit of “plural
body yarns I6, I land III in repeating sequence
and inclusion of a reinforcing yarn l9, incidental
to addition of plural end loops 20', with attendant
,
Another object of this invention is to strength
formation of interlocking selvage loops'zl which
en the selvages at the upper heel halves which is‘
realized in practice, as also hereinafter more fully
are proof against raveling. '
explained, by carrying the splicing yarns clear
Immediately after the running in of the uni-' '
to the selvage loops for incorporation into them.
form width ankle portion 5, the lower halves H
of the heel projections 7 are shaped for'mergence
into the foot by inwardly transferring a constant
number of end loops 2!! periodically at opposite
edges of the blank with incidental formation of
' Another object of this invention is to provide
a stocking having the above characteristics
wherein the rough surfaceof the fabric and the
ridge of the rear seam are at the inside of the
stocking.
followed bycompletion of the foot I? to the toe
‘tip 3 in any approved manner.
Referring now more particularly to Fig. 3,
which shows how the widened heel portions ‘I of
the stocking l are formed after knitting“ of the
‘ankle portion 5 to the courses 6, successive widen
disclosed, through the use of plural yarns of the '
same kind and count in alternation and in re
widened courses. '
ning at the course 6, the" heel portions 1 are
shaped by widening 8 with incidental formation
of selvages 9, Fig. 3 i followed by maintenance of
symmetrically arranged lines of fashioning marks
'
at H’. After. completion of the blank as ex
' ‘ One embodiment of this invention is typi?ed in
the accompanying two sheets of illustrative draw 30 plained, I fold the blank longitudinally so that
the rough or wale face of‘the fabric is at the out
ings/wherein like characters of reference are ap
side as indicated by a conventional legend nota
plied to corresponding parts in all the views;
tion in Fig. 1, and then seam up the selvages 2|.
while the concluding claims more particularly re?
Finally the stocking I is reversed with the result
cite the features of novelty over the prior art.
‘In the drawings:
35
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"Fig. 1 is a side view of a full-fashioned stock
ing conveniently embodying the present improve
mants, with a fragmentary portion broken out to
show the rough or wale in-side surface of the
fabric.
I
Fig. 2 is a broken view illustrative of the man
ner in which the full-fashioned foot is formed in
that the rough, or wale face of the fabric and the
ridge of the seam are at the inside. These last
steps are accomplished in substantially the same >
way as disclosed in Reissue Patent No. 18,757,
granted to Brand Beacham on May 7, 1933.’
As an alternative, only the zone of the widen
ing of the upper portion of the heel 1 may be
formed with use of the three main or body yarns ' '
I6. I‘! and ‘It, in repeating sequence, and the ‘re
Tmainder
of the stocking I produced from a single
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary view. showing the tex 45 main or body
yarn.
ture along one side edge of the widened heel por-_’
'
It
is,
of
course,
to be understood that the num
tion of the stocking leg blank.
;
ber
of
main
or
bodyyai-ns
maybe varied as de
From Figs. 1 and 2 it will be understood the
sired
without
departure
from
the'scope of the fol
stocking l is knitted asja continuous blank ac
lowing claims.
cording to the ringless method from a plurality 50
Having thus described my invention, I claim; I
of main or body yams (in this instance three) of
1. As a new article of manufacture, a stocking
the same kind and count used in alternation and
formed from'a fashioned continuously-‘knit sel-' ‘
continuation of the-stocking leg; and,
in repeating sequence, starting with the welt 2 —
and ending with the toe tip I; while the leg 4 is
vage-edgedv blank having progressively widened
upper heel portions in which plural yarns of‘the
shaped, in accordance with conventional practice, 55 same
kind and count constitute successive loop _
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vi
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,
2,208,400
v courses‘ in repeating sequence and of which cer-
the fabric at: the inside, and by having the ridge
tain courses at recurrent intervals contain added
end loops, and lower heel' portions in which a
of its rear joining seam also at the inside.
3. A stocking according to claim 1, wherein the "
constant number of end loops are progressively
heel portions are reinforced by a splicinz yarn
transferred inwardly.
5 interkn'itted outward to the selvage loops formed
I _' 2. A_ stocking according to claim 1 fnrther
from the other yarns” J
characterized by having the rough or wale side of
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HARRY E. KATZENMOYER.
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