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Title:
SURFACE FORMATION THROUGH AN INNOVATIVE SEWING TECHNIOUE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2019/143305
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The subject of the invention relates to a method of producing innovative textile products for processing the patterns during the production of a number of artistic/textile/clothing objects such as artistic clothing products.

Inventors:
BUDUN GULAS, Sinem (Çubuklu Mah. Caltepe Sk. No:2, İstanbul, TR)
Application Number:
TR2018/000027
Publication Date:
July 25, 2019
Filing Date:
March 28, 2018
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Assignee:
T.C. İSTANBUL AYDIN ÜNİVERSİTESİ (İnonu Cad. No:38, Besyol, İstanbul, TR)
International Classes:
D05C17/00; D04C1/00
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
CAVUSOGLU, ALI (Adres Patent Trademark Intellectual Property Rights Ltd, Buyukdere Cad. No:62 Lale Ismerlezi Kat:1Mecidiyekoy, Istanbul, 34387, TR)
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Claims:
CLAIMS

1. A method of creating a surface through an innovative sewing technique, comprising the following process steps:

in order to form a textile surface / picture only consisted of the seams without any fabric or ground cover in this way;

- drawing the picture/drawing required to be made onto the interlining (1) by a pencil,

- sewing via a sewing machine in accordance with the colors of the pattern,

- filling the inside of each color block through sewing with the same colored thread, ensuring that all the seams and color blocks created during sewing process in order not to ruin the texture after the washing process are anchored by bringing them into contact,

- removing the pattern from the machine after being over-sewed completely,

- washing with water (5).

- at the end of the washing process, ensuring that the interlining is moved away from the texture formed by resolving.

2. Surface formation through the innovative sewing technique of the present invention, characterized in that the textile surface / picture only consisted of seams without fabric is obtained.

Description:
SURFACE FORMATION THROUGH AN INNOVATIVE SEWING TECHNIQUE

TECHNICAL FIELD

The subject of the invention relates to a method of producing innovative textile products for creating a surface during the production of a number of artistic/textile/clothing objects such as artistic clothing products.

STATE OF ART

The fact that there are many archeological findings on that woven fabrics were used in 6500 BC reveals that textile industry was known at least 8000 years before today. These ancient woven fabrics which belong to Neolithic Stone Age and are found in a carbonized state were encountered in excavations executed in Turkey. It is possible to state that the textile industry has emerged in Anatolia because the earliest findings were found in Anatolia.

It is claimed that the first fabrics same as currently known weaving form were emerged by getting inspiration from the method of matting. The warp system was hung vertically such that two yarn systems create a weave through each other and in order to mesh at 90° angles and wefts were manually passed therebetween. In this assembly, yarns obtained through adding and twisting thin and long fibrous plants as a material were used. Twisted yarns were obtained through the use of wool by domesticating animals and the development of certain tools such as spindle and spinner towards the end of Neolithic age.

Materials such as flax, wool and like were woven in weaving loom after being turned into the yarn by twisting. Three types of weaving loom were used in ancient period.

Vertical Weaving Looms with Weighted Ends were used primarily in the western part of Anatolia and around the Mediterranean region. The weaving loom weights obtained from layers of Neolithic age in Cyprus and Crete Islands of Anatolia show that these looms were used as of very early times. These weaving loom weights were obtained from the layers of Iron Age in many ancient settlements within the boundaries of today’s Israel and Lebanon. The fact that the weaving loom weights were also found in Egypt indicated that horizontal floor loom and weaving loom with weighted ends were used together in this region in ancient period.

The earliest data related to horizontal floor looms were obtained from the pictures on ceramics of 2000 BC in Egypt. It was learned from the tablets of this period that the trading of large-sized fabrics was made either from Anatolia to the other regions or from outside to Anatolia. It is understood from this information that the weaving became an industry.

The information related to Vertical Weaving Looms having Bottom and Top Beams was obtained from the wall pictures in graves belonging to 1500-1400 BC in Egypt. The similar weaving loom with this loom used in Egypt started to be used in Rome period later.

The mechanisms for opening mouthpiece which were unknown in Europe until 3 rd century AD indicated a rapid development in China yet even complexly patterned fabrics could be woven through the systems called as primitive jacquard weaving machine. Without question, it had a great role in this development that China was the only silk manufacturer.

Although the mouthpiece formation and weft jamming improved the quality of fabric significantly, it is not possible to improve exactly the textile industry without mechanizing weft insertion process requiring a great amount of man power. The fact that the width of fabric is limited by the distance the weaver can reach required that two people must work for wide fabrics. The development in textile industry and weaving looms were carried out only in the last 850 years.

Warp beam in weaving systems of 12 th century known as standard hand loom was attached backward, the fabric roller was attached forward, and the warps were stretched horizontally. The comb was placed in a way that it can swing from the above to weaving. The weaver operated the reed frames via pedals in sitting position by his feet.

Within the next 600 years, a significant change in the design of wide weaving looms could not be made. The warp groups required being man-removable via cords from the upper side of loom because complex patterns could not contact with pedals. However, basic loom design remained unchanged. It became possible to bring weaving loom into weaving machine through mechanizing three basic actions: weft insertion, opening mouthpiece and weft jamming by using another power source instead of manpower.

About 250 years ago, a series of improving innovation was made in the bending machines. The Vargel Loom which was developed by the English inventor, Richard Arkwright, in 1769 first extruded the yarn and then bent it while it was being wound onto a roller or coil. After about ten years, Samuel Crompton made a spinner machine capable of bending up to a thousand yarns simultaneously. An English inventor named Dr. Edmund Cartwright made the first mechanical weaving loom having a commercial license in 1785 and applied for a patent. Cartwright manufactured a system considered as a weaving loom by developing his design over time. The textile industry with these new machines was carried from the houses to the factories where there was the water power or stream power for operating the machines.

There was a development in mechanizing the loom in England while France focused on the patterning. The first automatic device for opening a mouthpiece operated by means of a perforated cardboard in order to select the warps required to be removed was found by Basile Bouchon in 1725 and then Falcon used the perforated cardboard chain in 1728. The development of the systems for opening a mouthpiece peaked by means of that Jacquard manufactured the Jakar machine named with his own name.

After mechanization of the loom, a new problem occurred. This was to stop the operation in order to stop the loom during any thread breakage or failure and to change the shuttle in case of running out of the bobbin. Over time, various mechanisms which stop the loom and change the coil automatically when the weft broke or the bobbin run out have been developed.

The idea of inserting the weft with hooks in 1898 emerged in 1914 when a weft could be inserted via an air jet. However, the use of an air jet was able to be carried out in the 1980s. After the 1980s, the great developments in the production rate were provided by means of that electronic and computer systems developed very rapidly.

There are many methods currently used for creating (weaving-matting, etc.) and decorating the textile surface. This method is a technique that can be used as an alternative to existing techniques. DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to an innovative surface formation with developed sewing technique in order to remove above-mentioned drawbacks and to bring new advantages to the related technical field.

The art objects having a strong artistic aspect, an aesthetic appearance and a plastic effect can be produced by means of different texture formation formed through this technique. Besides, it makes also possible to produce a desired clothing product as a result of the possibility of creating a new textile surface through this technique.

Drawings

The embodiments of the present invention described briefly above and addressed in further detailed in the following can be understood with reference to the exemplary application defined in the accompanying drawings of the invention. However, it should be stated that the accompanying drawings only indicate the typical embodiments of this invention and therefore, it is not considered as limiting its scope because the invention allows the other equally effective embodiments.

Figure 1 is the view of water-soluble the interlining,

Figure 2 is the general view of different-colored threads in accordance with a pattern, Figure 3 is the general view of a sewing machine.

Figure 4 is the view of how the product is sewed onto the interlining.

Figure 5 is the view of how the over-sewed the interlining is resolved through washing with water.

Figure 6 is the view of the textile surface only consisted of seams.

For simplicity, identical reference numbers are used when possible in order to indicate the common identical elements in the drawings. Figures are not drawn in a scale and simplified for clarity. It is considered that the elements and the features of an embodiment can be involved in other embodiments in a more useful way without further description.

Detailed Description of the Drawings 1. Soluble interlining

2. Different Colored Sewing Threads

3. Sewing Machine

4. Surface formation through sewing technique

5. Resolving the Over-Sewed Interlining through Washing with Water

6. Textile surface / picture only consisted of seams without fabric

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

In this detailed description, the preferred alternatives of constructing the surface formation of the present invention through an innovative sewing technique are described only for simplicity of better understanding the subject and so as not to constitute any limiting effects.

In the method of the invention, the water-soluble interlining and sewing threads colored in accordance with the pattern required to be formed are used as a material (1 -2). The sewing machine is used as a means (3). After the picture/drawing required to be made is drawn onto the interlining by a pencil, it is sewed in the sewing machine according to the colors of the pattern. The inside of each color block on the pattern is filled with the same colored thread by sewing. All seams and color blocks created during sewing process in order not to ruin the texture after washing are anchored by bringing them into contact (4). After the top of all pattern is filled with the seam, it is removed from the machine and washed with water (5). At the end of the washing process, it is ensured that the interlining is moved away from the texture formed by resolving. In this way, a textile surface / picture is formed only consisted of the seams without any fabric or ground cover.

Texture formation on the resolved interlining (1) is provided.

Different Colored Sewing Threads (2) are used to form the texture.

The Sewing Machine (3) is used in forming the texture.

The texture formation through sewing technique (4) The texture formation is provided with overlapping the seams on the interlining with the sewing machine.

Resolving the Over-Sewed interlining through Washing with Water (5) The interlining on which the surface/picture is formed by sewing is resolved.

Textile surface / picture only consisted of seams without fabric (6)