Cashmere Yarn

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  • Gorgeous superfine 2 ply cashmere yarn, characterized as a luxuriously soft wool
  • Well known for its beauty and softness, as well as its lightweight warmth. 
  • Cashmere fiber from Inner Mongolian, Xinjiang and Qinghai  cashmere goats
  • knitting up to provide one of the warmest, softest and most comfortable garments possible, such as shawls, pullovers, baby clothes,  blankets and other highly luxurious and desirable items.
  • Usual count:  Nm 15/2, Nm 26/2, Nm 28/2, Nm 36/2, Nm 48/2, Nm 60/2
  • Hand Wash only, Lay out horizontally for drying.  
  • No Iron, No Bleach.

The Cashmere Goat is a mammal belonging to the subfamily Caprinae of the family Bovidae. The goats produce a double fleece consisting of the fine, soft undercoat or underdown of hair commingled with a straighter and much coarser outer coating of hair called guard hair. In order for the fine underwool to be classified and used as cashmere it must be de-haired. De-hairing is a mechanical process that separates the coarse hairs from the fine hair. After de-hairing, the resulting "cashmere" is ready to be dyed and converted into yarn, fabrics, or garments.
Cashmere ( Kashmir) is characterized as a luxuriously soft wool, and Cashmere Fibers are highly adaptable and are easily constructed into fine or thick yarns, and light to heavy-weight fabrics.
Pure cashmere can be spun into yarns and knit into sweaters, hats, gloves, socks and other apparel items, or woven into fabrics and then cut and assembled into garments such as outer coats, jackets, pants, scarves, blankets and other highly luxurious and desirable items. Fabric and garment producers in Italy, Scotland, England and Japan have long been known as market leaders in cashmere.


How to wash Cashmere
First thing you should do is fill the sink with medium warm water, then add delicate wool or cashmere soap (according to the bottle), gently swish the water to incorporate the soap.
Then on a clean white washcloth, test the fabric to see of the color bleeds. If it doesn’t, add a little more hot water, if it does, a add little more cold water.

Begin with the lightest pieces first (if you’re washing multiple articles of clothing).
Submerge in water until it’s totally wet. Then gently swirl for 2-5 minutes. Remember, the longer you wash, the more color will fade, so keep track of the time. Then drain the water. Refill the sink with cold water. Then swirl until the soap is gone. You may need to repeat this several times. Then drain the sink and gently roll the article into a loose ball. Press down to drain the water. Re-roll and repeat several times.
On a hard surface, lay out a fluffy towel. Place the wet sweater flat out on the towel, then roll the towel, gently, and squeeze.
Repeat as desired. Then let the sweater dry flat out on a mesh surface or rack.
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