Examples from the Web for flannelette
She selected a flannelette nightgown from a deep drawer marked: "Nightgowns and petticoats—Women's."The Story Of Julia Page|Kathleen Norris
Stupes or hot fomentations are cloths, preferably of flannel or flannelette, wrung out of boiling water and applied to the skin.
Children's clothing should never be made of flannelette, it is so liable to take fire if the child approaches the grate.
Flannelette is made of cotton, so it is not warm like wool, and it catches fire easily, as cotton-wool does.How Girls Can Help Their Country|Juliette Low
Flannelette should never be used, being so very inflammable (see Children's Dangers).