Basic fabric for drapery and larch: combed and also carded, canvas, 3-inch and 4-inch batavia, medium and light weight, smooth and smooth, is characterized by the uniform surface with the bottom covered, the almost invisible weave And the soft and warm hand. The heavier flannel, the cardan, is improperly called "Vigon". It is made of wool or mixed wool, the classic coloring is in melange with carded marbled effect, the more uniform or the color decided for the combs. "Flannels" are also called garlic cotton fabrics, with a very similar look to the sweatshirt, which are different because they have both hairy surfaces, used to make sheets, blouses and winter pajamas.