Pure textiles: The raw materials that make up the fabrics all use the same kind of fibers, including cotton fabrics, wool fabrics, silk fabrics, and polyester fabrics.
Blended fabrics: The raw materials that make up the fabrics are made of two or more different types of fibers, and they are made from blended yarns, including polyester-viscose, polyester-nitrile, and polyester-cotton blend fabrics.
Blending fabrics: The raw materials that make up the fabrics are made of single yarns of two fibers, which are made by combining strands. They include low-elasticity polyester filaments and medium-length blends, as well as polyester staple fibers and low-elasticity polyester filaments. Mixed into strands and so on.
Interlaced fabrics: The raw materials used to form the two directions of the fabric are respectively made of different fiber yarns, silk satin rayon interwoven with satin, nylon and rayon interwoven Neifofon.