Mesh cloth can be woven with pure cotton or chemical fiber blended yarn (thread), full-mesh mesh cloth generally uses 14.6-13 (40-45 British counts) yarn, and full-line mesh cloth uses 13-9.7 double-strand yarn (45 British counts). /2～60 British counts/2), it is also interwoven with yarn and thread, which can make the pattern of the cloth more prominent and enhance the appearance effect.
There are generally two weaving methods of woven mesh cloth: one is to use two sets of warp yarns (ground warp and skein), which are twisted to form a shed, and weave with the weft yarn (see leno weave). The warp warp is twisted to the left side of the ground warp by using a special warp heddle (also known as a half heddle). After one (or three, or five) weft throws, the warp is twisted to the right side of the ground warp. The mesh-shaped holes formed by the interweaving of the skein and the weft have a stable structure and are called leno; the other is to use the jacquard weave or the change of the reed method. The warp yarns are grouped by three and can be woven into a reed tooth. A fabric with small holes on the cloth surface, but the mesh structure is unstable and easy to move, so it is also called false leno.
Knitted mesh fabrics are also divided into two types, weft knitted mesh fabrics and warp knitted mesh fabrics. Warp knitted mesh fabrics are generally woven with West German high-speed warp knitting machines. The raw materials are generally nylon, polyester, spandex, etc., knitted mesh fabrics. The finished products include high-elastic mesh cloth, mosquito net cloth, laundry net, luggage net, hard net, sandwich net, Coricte, embroidered net, wedding net, checkered net, transparent net, American net, diamond net, jacquard net , Lace and other mesh fabrics.