Real linen fabric refers to a fabric made by using ramie as a raw material. Ramie has large denier, good toughness, and good luster. It has good moisture absorption and sporadic properties, and it has the characteristics of wear resistance, tensile strength, natural dyeing, long-term washing, shrinkage, corrosion resistance, and cooling. In appearance, the fabric of the real linen fabric is fine and smooth, flat and crisp, and some fabrics are covered with natural sashes, rough and unrestrained, rough and hard to handle, and most of the fabrics are plain weave, and the surface of the ramie fabric is easy to fluff. Traces that ignite when burned.