Title:
Cold ' n hot straightening/curling iron pouch
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The three different materials are laied out like a sandwich (10),(12),(14) main exterior (10), insulated padding (12), ironing cover(14). Main exterior (10) will have wrong side up you will see the right side of the other two materials. (12) (14). Turn 1 inch of main exterior (10) over the other two materials (12),(14) at the bottom end sew that down. Embroidery (18) will be done 3-4 inches from the bottom pouch or 12-14 inches from the top portion you will now use your stabilizer (18) under the main exterior (name is optional). Top portion (10) with right sides together sew down. There will be 3-4 inches spaces (22) left between the pouches. Clip (24) at all four places turning down the main exterior material (10) will be folded down twice about ½ inch then sewed down. Velcro (16) on inside second pouch 1 inch from bottom. (The side that is not open)



Inventors:
Carter, Patricia A. (Aurora, CO, US)
Application Number:
11/144918
Publication Date:
12/21/2006
Filing Date:
06/06/2005
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
206/320, 150/165
International Classes:
B65D85/38; B65D65/02
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Primary Examiner:
LALLI, MELISSA LYNN
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Patricia, Carter (22531 E. BELLEVIEW PLACE, Aurora, CO, 80015, US)
Claims:
I claim:

1. The ornamental design pouch for my Cold 'N Hot Straightening/Curling Iron Pouch, as shown and described.

Description:

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The Cold 'N Hot Straightening/Curling Iron Pouch was invented for the purpose of transporting hot and cold hair irons safely from one place to another. The pouch eliminates the need to wait for hot irons to cool before packing and moving them, as well as giving consumers a place to store irons when they are not in use. The pouch is extremely beneficial to beauticians having to transport their cold or heated items to and from work in a timely fashion.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The Cold 'N Hot Iron Straightening/Curling Pouch is made to help transport the irons without worry of getting broken or burning things in one's carrying case. This pouch will handle an iron all the way up to 120/240 Vac 60/50 Hz 180 watts.

Materials can vary in fabric such as denim, burlap, tussah suiting, hopsacking canvas, quilted osnaburg and gabardine. Cut your main exterior piece of material a minimum of 40 inches long and 6 inches in width. The ironing material (black or metallic) and insulated padding are cut a minimum of 15½ inches long and 6 inches in width. When the different materials are laid out they will be, main exterior material, insulated padding, and ironing cover fabric. The ironing cover fabric will be place on top. The main exterior material will have its wrong side showing and the right side of the insulation padding an ironing cover fabric will be right side up.

Then turn 1 inch of your main exterior material over your insulation padding and ironing cover material at the bottom end of your sandwich. Then sew that down. Second step turn of insulation padding down at the other end. The ironing board cover and insulating padding is now turned down and sewed to the main material. Turn wrong sides together and sew them together. This is the lower part of the pouch. (Look at FIG. 1A, FIG. 2, and fig).

You then will use your stabilizer for your embroidery to put the name on the pouch. This is located in the center of the top portion of the main exterior material. You will embroidery 3-4 inches from the bottom pouch that has been made or 12-14 inches from the top portion that is not finish. (The name on the pouch will be optional) FIG. 4 will show you a view of the label.

Turn the top portion with the right sides together and sew down sides leaving 3-4 inches spaces in between the pouch.

Turn down the 3-4 inches on both sides and sew them down. Clip at all four places to turn the main exterior material down to sew. The main exterior material will be turn down twice totaling about a ½ to an inch. Sew them down. (The viewing of FIG. 5, and FIG. 6).

Place Velcro on the inside of the second pouch 1 inch from the bottom. (The side that is not open) Enjoy your pouch!