A cotton fabric or chemical fiber blended fabric with a weave pattern. There are white weaving and dyed weaving. White woven grey fabrics and some yarn-dyed grey fabrics must be bleached or dyed. When the fabric is weaving, the warp and weft structure changes to form a pattern, the yarn count is fine, and the raw cotton is extremely demanding. It can be divided into woven, warp-knitted jacquard and weft-knitted jacquard. Weft knitted fabrics have good elasticity when stretched horizontally and longitudinally, while warp-knitted and woven jacquard fabrics have no elasticity when stretched horizontally and vertically. The jacquard fabric can be used for different purposes according to the characteristics of the variety. Generally, jacquard cloth is mostly used for interior decoration such as bed sheets, table cloths, and curtains; jacquard poplin, jacquard linen yarn, and jacquard yarn are mostly used for clothing. The patterns of jacquard fabrics are divided into two types: jacquard and small patterns (also known as small jacquard): jacquard patterns include flowers, dragons and phoenixes, animals, landscapes, people, etc. In the whole fabric, there are single flowers, 2 flowers, 4 flowers or more. Many of the same patterns are woven by a jacquard machine, and the number of warp cycles ranges from hundreds to more than 1,000. Small patterns are mostly dot flowers or small geometric patterns. They are woven with a 16-24 page dobby loom. Due to the limitation of the number of heald frames used, the patterns are relatively simple.