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Número de publicaciónUS1502608 A
Tipo de publicaciónConcesión
Fecha de publicación22 Jul 1924
Fecha de presentación25 Abr 1923
Fecha de prioridad25 Abr 1923
Número de publicaciónUS 1502608 A, US 1502608A, US-A-1502608, US1502608 A, US1502608A
InventoresYoung Helen B
Cesionario originalYoung Helen B
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Enlaces externos: USPTO, Cesión de USPTO, Espacenet
Baby-blanket harness
US 1502608 A
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July 22, 1924. 1,502,608

H-B- YOUNG BABY BLANKET HARNESS Filed April 25, 1923 INVENTOR HELEMSEUNG Z A TTORNEYS fastener structure whereby when the Patented July 22, 1924.



Application filed April 25, 1923. Serial No. 634,531.

T 0 all 207mm it may concern Be it known that I. HELEN B. YOUNG, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the city of New York. borough of Manhattan, in the county and State of New York. have invented a new and Improved Baby-Blanket Harness, of which the following is a full. clear, and exact description.

This invention relates to baby blankets and particularly to a combined blanket and harness for babies and small children, the construction being such as to present a proper covering for the child and means for preventing the accidental removal of the covering.

Another object .(11 the invention is to provide a blanket with a harness attachment whereby the blanket is maintained folded. under and around the child when in use.

A still further object of the invention is to provide a blanket and harness for a baby or young child provided with a series of fastening means which may be quickly and easily disengaged for securing access to the child while normally preventing the child from throwing the covers off.

In the accompanying drawing Figure 1 is a perspective viewof a combined blanket and harness, shown in use.

Figure'2 is a plan view of the blanket and harness shown in Figure 1.

Figure 3 is an elevation of the upper part of the harness shown in Figure 1.

Referring to the accompanying drawing by numerals, 1 indicates a blanket of any desired kind. and of any preferred size. Connected with this blanket is a harness provided with strips 2, 3, 4 and 5, strips 2 and 4. preferably carrying studs while strips 3 and 5 carry sockets forming the usual snap art or section 6 of blanket 1 is folded over the part or section 7, these fastening means may be readily secured together. It is, of course, evident that hooks and eyes or other fastening means might'be used but preferably the snap fastener is provided in order that the section 6 may be quickly removed or disconnected and the blanket thrown wide open so as to secure quick access to the child. An end strip 8 is stitched or otherwise secured to the section 6,-similar to the strips 2 to 5, said section carrying socket members 9 coacting with the studs 10 forming the usual snap fasteners. In addition, the strip 8 is preferably provided with hooks 11, 12 and 13 and with elastic straps 14 and 15 having socket members 16 and 17, said socket members coacting with the studs 18 and 19 on the elastic straps 20 and 21. The straps 20 and 21 are secured to the elastic front strap 22 which is preferably not stitched to the blanket 1 but which is connected at its ends to a front strap 23 carrying the studs 10. Eyes 24,25 and 26 are carried by the strap 23 and co-act with the hooks 11 to 13 to hold the part 6 folded over against part 7 when the device is in use.

Shoulder straps 27 and 28 are secured to the ends and the center respectivel 0f the strap 23. These straps preferab y cross somewhat at the center as indicated in Figure 3 and are intended to be passed over the shoulders of the child as illustrated in Figure 1, after which the straps 14 and 15 are passed over the shoulders of the child and secured to the straps 20 and 21. WVhen the parts are connected together as just indicated, the child may freely turn in the blanket from side to side but cannot turn completely over without turning the blanket over. Under no event can the child kick off or throw off the blanket and, consequently, will be maintained covered regardless of any movement that it may make. However, access may be secured to the child at any time by disconnecting the books 11 to 13 and then giving the section 6 a pull which will quickly disconnect the snap fasteners on the various strips 2 to 5.

The blanket and the harness may not only be used as shown in Figure 1 but may be used when carrying a child in the arms or when the child is standing in a crib or carriage. In addition, the harness may be connected with a blanket or other covering members, not only for a baby but for larger children and even for adults, without departing from the spirit of the invention. When the device is used with a baby or small child, the child is first inserted into the harness and the parts properly snapped together or connected together as above described and then the-child is placed in a bed, I

crib or elsewhere as desired. The arrangement is intended to maintain the child covcred even though the child may turn and atbody along each edge, said strips being provided with snap fasteners, a pair of straps connected to said strips near one end, a sin-.

" ity of auxiliary straps co-acting with the 15 f the straps pass over the shoulders, means first mentioned straps for presenting shoulder straps.

2. A combined blanket and harness,

comprising a plurality of shoulder straps, an encircling arran ement of straps connected to the shoul er straps and adapted to encircle a child below the shoulders while for connecting said encircling stra to said blanket, and a plurality of means connected with the blanket for holding the same in a folded position with both ends juxtapositioned.

' 3. A harness for holding a covering in place, comprising side strips adapted to be connected with the covering member, connecting end strips adapted to be connected with said cover, fastening elements connected to the respective strips so that when the side strips are folded the maybe secured together and when the en strips are superimposed they may be secured together, and means associated with the end strips acting as retaining shoulder straps.


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Clasificación de EE.UU.2/69.5, 2/114, 5/494
Clasificación internacionalA47D15/00, A47D15/02
Clasificación cooperativaA47D15/02
Clasificación europeaA47D15/02