Which of roman cloth or pure cotton is expensive

Which of roman cloth or pure cotton is expensive

                       
Update:08-01-2021
Summary: Which is more expensive, roman cloth or pure cotton? Pure cotton is more expensive. Roman fabric is...
Which is more expensive, roman cloth or pure cotton? Pure cotton is more expensive. Roman fabric is a knitted fabric with good elasticity and strong moisture absorption, suitable for intimate clothing. Pure cotton fabric is made from cotton and processed by weaving. It has moisture absorption and heat resistance and is generally suitable for outerwear. They have their own advantages and disadvantages, depending on how you want to wear them.
Roman cloth is a kind of knitted fabric, weft-knitted, double-sided circular knitting machine. It is also called ponte-de-roma, commonly known as ponte-de-roma. Roman cloth is a four-way loop, the cloth surface is not flat with ordinary double-sided cloth, and it is slightly slightly and irregular. The fabric has good horizontal and vertical elasticity, but the horizontal stretch performance is not as good as the double-sided fabric, and it has strong moisture absorption. Used to make close-fitting clothing, breathable, soft and comfortable to wear.
Pure cotton fabric is a textile made of cotton as raw material, through the loom, the warp and weft yarns are interwoven vertically and horizontally. At present, according to the actual source of processed cotton, it is divided into virgin cotton fabric and recycled cotton fabric.
①Natural white cloth: ordinary cloth, fine cloth, coarse cloth, canvas, gray twill cloth, and primary color cloth.
② Color cloth: There are vulcanized blue cloth, vulcanized ink cloth, Shilin blue cloth, Shilin gray cloth, colored poplin, various colored cards, and various colored fabrics.
③ Flower cloth: It is cloth printed and dyed with various colors and patterns. Such as: plain printed cloth, printed twill, printed serge, printed direct tribute.
④ Yarn-dyed fabric: It is a cloth made by dyeing yarn or thread and then woven on the machine, such as checkered cloth, sheet cloth, flannel, thread, decorative cloth, etc.