Dora's flannelette petticoat had been got off somehow—how I do not seek to inquire—and the Secret was covered with it.
The tawdry fluffiness of most of our womens dress and hair seemed like flannelette beside rich satin as compared with her.
My dresses was made out of cotton stripes and my chemise was made out of flannelette and my under pants was made out of homespun.
flannelette, which is woven to imitate flannel, is soft and light and is preferred by many who find woolen irritating.
Children's clothing should never be made of flannelette, it is so liable to take fire if the child approaches the grate.
Stupes or hot fomentations are cloths, preferably of flannel or flannelette, wrung out of boiling water and applied to the skin.
A long flannel or flannelette nightdress is used in this, instead of the blanket.
She selected a flannelette nightgown from a deep drawer marked: "Nightgowns and petticoats—Women's."
I thought I'd take off my flannelette petticoat, only the horrid strings got into a hard knot.
Lewis magazines should be kept in some form of box, the joints of which are made as gas-tight as possible with flannelette.