A conventional blanket is a type of
blanket that is usually woven with soft-twist yarns in the filling and
higher twist yarns in the warp. The fabric is heavily napped for producing a
thick, close and fuzzy surface.
Conventional blankets may be made from:
Most conventional blankets are made of pure or blended wool, and are
the heaviest. These blankets are however, not the warmest. Acrylic blankets
are light in weight and also quite warmer than the woolen ones. Acrylic and
polyester blankets are fairly durable. This type of blanket is generally the
most durable and long lasting.