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  • What is the mercerized wool

    2021-07-26

    Mercerized wool is to handle the wool textile by mercerization. Mercerized wool craft was dated from mid ninety, it is a new dyed craft that develops based on the traditional wool chlorination shrink proof craft. Wool textile has cashmere soft and luster after mercerization. Because of these feature Read More

  • Goat and sheep

    2021-05-31

    Goats are the perfect animal for an inhospitable environment. They eat almost anything; generally don't stray; can survive droughts that kill cows, pigs, cattle, chickens and sometimes even camels; they supply meat, milk and cheese; and produce leather and cashmere that can be made into clothes, ten Read More

  • What is the Difference Between Wool and Merino Wool

    2020-12-07

    Regular wool is a material fiber that is extracted from the hide of hairy animals such as sheep and goats while merino wool is a material fiber acquired particularly from Merino sheep. In this way, wool can originate from various kinds of textured animals, for example, sheep, goats, and rabbits thou Read More

  • Benefits of Merino Wool

    2020-12-04

    Wool naturally has many sought after characteristics which make it an ideal material. Combine this with the very fine nature of Merino Wool and you have a highly desirable material. This very fine fibre makes Merino wool much softer against the skin and more luxurious to wear than traditional wool t Read More

  • What is merino wool

    2020-12-03

    Merino wool is a type of material that comes from Merino Sheep and is renowned for its exceptional properties. These include its fantastic softness, shine and breathability. The fibres of Merino wool are softer, finer, and more sensitive than many other fabrics. Common wool types are warm, durable, Read More

  • The history of Merino Wool

    2020-12-02

    Merino sheep developed in Spain and were highly prized for their fine wool. In 1797, the first merino sheep, derived from the famed royal merino flocks of Spain, were introduced into Australia. Although these sheep had already evolved a fine fibre, further selective breeding by Australian farmers so Read More

  • The uses of lambswool

    2020-12-01

    Lambswool is very popular in clothing and knitwear, as wool garments offer breathable and moisture-wicking properties, and it can also be used for home items, like carpets and bedding.1. KnitwearA lambswool sweater offers warmth and breathability, and whether it's a wool sweater or cardigans, lambsw Read More

  • What is lambswool

    2020-11-27

    Lambswool is the highest quality sheep's wool. It is coming from the first shearing of a sheep (lamb) at the age around 7 months. This is the highest quality of sheep's wool on the market. It's gathered from a lamb's first shearing, meaning the fibres are smoother, stronger and hold more elasticity Read More

  • How to iron cashmere and wool fabrics?

    2020-11-24

    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

    2020-11-20

    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

  • Why merino wool is the best

    2020-11-09

    Merino wool isn’t like itchy wool sweaters. In fact, merino wool fine fibers have a much smaller diameter, which gives them more flexibility to softly bend when pressed against the skin, therefore preventing itchiness. Merino wool is naturally 100% ecological. Merino sheep are typically shorn once Read More

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