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Well there is hand knit wool which is thicker and made from yarn. Then there is interlock, jersey and flannel wool. Jersey is usually thinner and they recommend using two layers when sewing. Interlock is thicker than jersey but they are the same type of wool similar to cotton knit. I don't know about flannel. I imagine that is a texture thing kind of like how there can be cotton fleece and polyester fleece.
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