Title:
Scarf Caps
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The invention is a one piece stretch scarf, placed on the head with brim facing front. Excess fabric is pulled at the rear of the neckline, crossed, pulled and placed at the front of the cap. The entire head of an individual is covered allowing the hair to follow a direct course after the wrap is twisted, thus allowing the hair to main its style. The brim and scarf protects the head from the weather elements and covers the ears of an individual if needed.


Inventors:
Bonner, Shern Andrea (Corona, CA, US)
Application Number:
12/577434
Publication Date:
03/08/2012
Filing Date:
10/12/2009
Assignee:
BONNER SHERN ANDREA
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A41D23/00
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Claims:
What is claimed:

1. A one-piece stretch knit cap covering an individual's head, thus allowing the hair to maintain its style and protect the head from weather elements. LeShernae stretch knit wrap cap achieves its objective using a 38″×12″ knit stretch cap. The one-piece stretch knit scarf is placed and adjusted on the individual's head; the excess fabric is pulled, crossed at the neckline and then placed at the front of the head, to form a one piece cap.

Description:

I, have invented a new design for a one-piece stretch knit wrap scarf cap to cover an individual's head, thus allowing the hair to maintain its style and protect the head from weather elements.

The present invention relates to a one-piece stretch knit cap with a brim to cover an individual's head, thus allowing the hair to maintain its style and protect the head from weather elements.

The invention is comprised of a 38″×12″ piece of poly and spandex knit fabric and a fabric covered brim. All sides of the fabric are hemmed. The fabric is folded in half. The folded side is sewn 6″ from the middle of the fold to the top of the fabric forming a curve to shape the form of the head. The curved shape attached to a fabric cover brim. The stretch knit allows the cap to fit an individual's head and the brim shields the individual head from the weather elements.

Although the wrap scarf cap is designed to be worn to maintain a straight hairstyle and protect a person's head from weather elements, it is also effective for individuals suffering from hair loss. The cap with or without the brim is capable of covering a person's ears. In this case, the overall objective is to wear as a hat for individuals with hair loss and to protect their head from the weather elements.

I, have invented a new design for a LeShernae scarf wrap cap as set forth in the following specification:

FIG. 1 is scarf fabric view of scarf wrap showing my design;

    • FIG. 1, 38″×12″ fabric is over-locked stitched on all sides; the 12″ ends are folded in half and stitched; fabric now 19″×6″ is attached to FIG. 2, rear view of brim.

FIG. 2 front view brim of the scarf cap thereof; FIG. 2 rear view attached to brim;

FIG. 3 is a left side completed view of cap thereof 19″×6″ attached to brim;

FIG. 4 is a right back view of scarf cap;

FIG. 5 completed scarf cap fabric; left side and right side are crossed at the rear of scarf FIG. 5 is a back view of fabric crossed thereof;

FIG. 6 is a front view showing back of fabric placed in front of capon brim thereof;

FIG. 7 is a front perspective view of LeShernae wrap scarf cap thereof;

    • Scarf cap is placed on head with brim facing front, excess fabric is pulled at the rear of neckline, crossed, pulled and placed at the front of the brim thereof.

I claim: The design for LeShernae scarf wrap cap as shown.