Apparel – Head coverings – Having crown and horizontally extending visor
A headwear piece having a crown defining an opening for receiving a wearer's head with the headwear piece in an operative position on the wearer's head. The headwear piece has an exposed surface. Ornamentation is applied to the exposed surface of the headwear piece. The ornamentation has a substrate layer that is separate from and secured to the exposed surface of the headwear piece, and a design piece separately formed from and attached in relationship to the substrate layer. The substrate layer has a perimeter edge. The design piece has thread that is formed to produce at least a part of a viewable design. The design piece further has a perimeter edge. The substrate layer extends beyond the perimeter edge of the design piece to define a frame surface at least partially around the perimeter edge of the design piece. The perimeter edge of the substrate layer has a shape that at least nominally conforms to a shape of the perimeter edge of the design piece at least partially around the perimeter edge of the design piece.
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Haney Richale L.
Welch Gary L.
Wood Phillips Katz Clark & Mortimer
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