Flannel fabric introduction
The term flannel (Flano, Flannel) is a soft, suede (cotton) wool fabric woven from carded (cotton) wool yarn.
Created in Wales in the UK in the 18th century. Domestically, it is generally referred to as a woven (cotton) wool fabric woven with mixed-color carded (cotton) wool yarn. The inside has a layer of plump and fine fluff covered, no texture, soft and smooth, and the body is thinner than the wheat. Erden is a little thin.