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  • Pure cashmere products should meet these characteristics


    High quality cashmere products can be judged from three aspects: eye view, hand touch and price. Eye View: High-quality cashmere sweater has soft appearance, plump suede, strong wool-type feeling, and a layer of fine velvet on its surface after shrinkage. The density of the transverse and longitudin Read More

  • Merino wool and cashmere comparison


    All qualities considered, Cashmere is the better choice in most regards, but Merino holds its own quite well.Warmth and ComfortWhile Cashmere is typically thinner than Merino wool, it is far better at insulating and it provides more warmth. This is understandable when the origin of each is considere Read More

  • How to iron cashmere and wool fabrics?


    Cashmere comes from goats and is finer and softer than sheep's wool. Cashmere jumpers, scarves and other garments often need special care. Don t twist or wring cashmere after washing it. Smooth it out on a flat surface and leave it to air dry. That could eliminate the need to iron. If it’s still wri Read More

  • Why cashmere is more expensive than other kind of wool


    Its costly production process and scarcity. Cashmere comes from the soft undercoat of goats bred to produce the wool. It takes more than two goats to make a single two-ply sweater. The fibers of the warming undercoat must be separated from a coarser protective top coat during the spring molting seas 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

  • How to Identify Quality Cashmere


    The quality of cashmere can differ with fineness, length and color being the key factors. A yarn composed of long fibres achieves the softest feel as fewer ends are loose. Items made with long fine fibers pill less and maintain their shape better than items made with shorter hair. Color also impacts 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

  • Why cashmere is the best choice for your baby


    As we are so particular about comfort, class and the feel of the fabric, so are babies. In fact, babies are even more sensitive and delicate. Cashmere is incredibly soft against a baby’s delicate new skin (and yours!), while being cozy and warm. Light and strong it is surprisingly durable and its ti Read More

  • What's the difference between cashmere and wool


    High quality and expensive clothing come in all shapes and forms. They vary in design, style, colors, embellishments, and ultimately, in the materials they are made from.Today, per the title, we will take a look at these two popular types of wool and Cashmere. We will learn more about their origin, Read More

  • What is gauge in the knitting world


    Gauge, commonly abbreviated as "GG", is one of the most important terms when talking about knitted garments. Gauge is a unit, measuring the number of needles in one inch width of the machine needle bed. Basically, The higher the gauge number, the tighter the knit and the more cashmere yarn that is Read More

  • How to wash and care cashmere


    Cashmere is a super soft, luxury material. Investing in a cashmere sweater, scarf, or other apparel can be expensive so it's very important to care for it well. One way to help your cashmere sweaters last longer is to pay attention to how you wash them. It’s possible to clean your cashmere at home. Read More

  • The ultimate anti-pilling guide to cashmere care


    No matter what you spend on a sweater, it seems to develop those unsightly little balls of fuzz. Today, let’s takes a look at why even expensive sweaters aren't immune to pilling and what prevents it. Why does cashmere pilling occur?Pilling occurs as a result of the fabric rubbing against itself or Read More

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