A blanket is a commonly used bedding that provides warmth and is thinner than a quilt. The raw materials are mostly animal fibers, such as wool, mohair, rabbit hair, cashmere, camel hair, yak hair or
Acrylic fibers, viscose fibers, and other chemical fibers are also blended with animal fibers and chemical fibers. It is a wool fabric with rich plush on both sides and a rich plush on the surface. It is a bed wool fabric with thermal insulation properties, and can also be used as bedspreads, tapestries, and other decorations.
Blankets can be divided into three categories: pure blankets, blended blankets, and chemical fiber blankets. There are jacquard, printing, plain color, and so on. The styles of the blanket surface include suede type, standing pile type, smooth wool type, rolling ball type and water pattern type.
The appearance of blankets is diverse, including plump and curled suede type, pile type with upright and velvety fluff, smooth wool type with smooth and long fluff, rolling ball shape like lambskin, and irregular rippled water pattern. type, etc. Blanket patterns come in a wide variety of colors, including geometric patterns, flowers, landscapes, animals, and more. Generally, blankets are decorated and reinforced with overlocking, wrapping, and fringe.
Pure blankets use semi-fine wool as raw material, generally use 2~5 male carded yarn as warp and knot, or use combed yarn, cotton yarn, man-made fiber yarn as warp, carded yarn as weft interweaving, and twill breakage can be adopted. Double twill weft, double weft satin weave, double-layer twill weave, etc. The fabric is milled and double-sided raised. The weight of each blanket is about 2~3 kg. Blended blankets contain 30 to 50% viscose fiber, sometimes mixed with recycled wool, to 7 frames (in one division). The chemical fiber blanket is bright in color and soft to the touch.