If we were to answer this question, it would be a "yarn-dyed handkerchief. Moreover, it may be a simple plain weave woven by alternately crossing one warp and one weft yarn, and finished on the four sides with a satin weave. The plain weave is strong and resistant to friction, while the satin on the four sides provides luster and helps to shape the handkerchief. Furthermore, the edges of the handkerchief are hand-rolled to make it fluffy. This is a "proper handkerchief. Of course, this is our own interpretation, but we are proud of it. Yarn-dyed handkerchiefs are woven exclusively for handkerchiefs, and are characterized by their strong fabric, strong sewing, and high water absorbency. We have a variety of yarn-dyed handkerchiefs in different weaving methods.