Waffle, also known as waffle pattern (English: waffle pattern), is a square or diamond-shaped bump pattern. The reason why it is named waffle is because the pattern comes from waffle. Waffles originated in Belgium and are made in an oven equipped with a special waffle iron. The upper and lower sides of the baking pan are grid-shaped, one concave and one convex, and the batter poured into it is pressed out of a square or diamond-shaped grid. The lattice pattern on a waffle is a waffle. There are many kinds of weaving methods for waffles. In Guangdong, they are also called checkered fabrics, cross fabrics, and wafer fabrics (the lattices are similar to wafer biscuits). There are knitted and woven fabrics.
The waffle cloth is made of cotton yarn 20s×10s as raw material, 56×55 with hidden grid weave, woven on a rapier loom, and processed through dyeing and finishing. The cloth surface is hidden and dark, and the quality is almost impeccable. It is praised as the leader in cotton fabrics. In terms of texture, style and feel, it is superior to fabrics woven from a single raw material. The cloth surface is hidden and dark, and the quality is almost impeccable. It is praised as the leader in cotton fabrics.