Jacquard-used on terry cloth or non-twisted yarn towels, the pattern is highlighted by uneven yarns of different colors.
Broken stalls-in addition to the loops in the towel, there are cloth stalls. Its craftsmanship can be ever-changing and many styles can be woven.
Printing-Printing is usually used on cut-pile towels, and the pattern that is dyed-through reactive printing becomes a printing.
Yarn-dyed weaving is made with warp and weft yarns of different colors. Since the fabric is dyed first and then weaved, the dye has strong permeability and good colorfastness.
Embroidery-After the towel is made, a pattern is embroidered with computer embroidery, which is very decorative.