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  • What are counts and what do yarn counts represent


    Yarn count refers to the thickness of the yarn, which can be expressed by S, D, Nm, Tex, Dtex, etc. S, D more commonly used. Because the system of units is different, it is usually divided into metric system and British system. S is the number of inches, or Ne, which is the number of yarns that weig Read More

  • Something you need know about the type of cashmere


    Something you need know about the type of cashmere: white, grey and brownAs we all know, cashmere raw material is divided into grey, brown and white. In the conventional wisdom, white cashmere is best cashmere. Since white cashmere is the best, why choose grey and brown? In fact, there is no doubt t Read More

  • What makes cashmere so special


    We love Cashmere! You can't replace the softness, warm and cuddliness of cashmere. The problem is when you experience the joy of wearing well made, good quality cashmere, you will have difficulty living with less desirable fabrics. So, what makes Cashmere so special? There are a few reasons: Cashmer Read More

  • Why do people love cashmere


    Cashmere is rarely inexpensive, but the soft touch lets everyone want own it. Cashmere really is the perfect solution for amping up both your look and your mood – slip it on and feel instantly polished and poised. As we enter the colder months, keeping warm while staying stylish can be one of our bi Read More

  • The history and origins of cashmere


    It is said that in the 13th century in some caves in Mongolia, Marco Polo discovered representations of wild goats, domesticated by man. It is highly likely then that all these centuries ago, cashmere goats or their ancestors were providing wool, along with their meat. It is credible that since the Read More

  • Everything you need to know about Cashmere


    1. Cashmere – often eulogized as “soft gold” or ‘the “golden fleece” has been long revered through the centuries as one of the most luxurious materials of the textile industry on account of its softness and rarity. Not only is cashmere hailed as the softest natural fiber on the planet, but due to th Read More

  • How to Identify Pure Cashmere


    You know that not all cashmere was created equal, now here’s the practical information on how to spot a phony posing as pure cashmere. There are a number of tests you can try on your cashmere.The Label InspectionJust because a sign says “cashmere” doesn’t mean it’s 100% or even 50% cashmere. For thi Read More

  • You should know about cashmere before you buy


    If you want to keep stylish and dislike heavy clothes on cold days, cashmere products would be a better choice. They are light, fine and can bring warmth, especially 100%cashmere sweaters and scarves.Here are 8 things you should know before purchasing a cashmere product.1. The home to the best cashm Read More

  • what make cashmere soft


    1. Where the cashmere fibre comes from on the goatDifferent parts of the cashmere goat yield fibres of differing softness. Generally the softest fibres come from the throat of the goat (underside of the neck), then the shoulders, the flanks, and lastly, its back.2. Length of cashmere fibre and softn Read More

  • The Cashmere Wrap You will Wear Now and Keep Forever


    Wraps are one of the most classic pieces you’ll ever own! If there were Travel Accessories Olympics Games, this Lucky Bird Cashmere wrap would take the gold medal. Wear it on a flight, as a beach cover-up, or just keep it your hand bag in a chilly movie theater. Plus, it folds into a pouch small eno Read More

  • Storage and Clothes Moth Protection for Cashmere


    Cashmere wool garments should be stored clean – this is critical because clothes moth larvae feed on human and animal hair and skin which is a form of protein, and they are also particularly attracted by food stains and the residual from perspiration, which also provides the moisture that is essenti Read More

  • How to keeping hands and fingers warmer


    Stay active - Regular exercise and keeping moving helps heat to travel around your body. If you have a sedentary job or are relaxing at home try to move about at regular intervals to keep that warm blood moving. Wear layers - Layering up really does help. Several thin layers is more effective at tra Read More

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