Fine combed cashmere yarns

Fine combed cashmere yarns

A few days ago we talked about worsted spinning, now let’s talk about worsted Cashmere yarns. Combed yarns are made from very fine and long fibers and generally, for this very reason, they are made very fine, as the long fiber is much more resistant. In our...
How to work with untreated cashmere yarns

How to work with untreated cashmere yarns

Cashmere machine knitting yarns and cashmere yarns for hand knitting on cones are never treated (or almost never) and must be treated (washed) after processing. This is because knitting untreated yarn is much simpler, and there is less risk of the thread breaking or...
How to wash your Cashmere Sweater

How to wash your Cashmere Sweater

Today I want to give you some advice, which you will surely know, but it is always good to refresh your memory, on how to wash cashmere. Sweaters, cardigans, dresses, but also scarves, gloves, hats, in short, all cashmere garments. Cashmere should be washed in cold...
Carding

Carding

CARDING Carding is a process by which textile fibers are untangled and simultaneously freed from any foreign bodies, before moving on to spinning. This operation can be done by hand or it can be carried out mechanically: in both cases, special devices equipped with...
Characteristics of Cashmere wool

Characteristics of Cashmere wool

The finest Cashmere goats are animals with characteristics very different from each other. For example, we can say that the cashmere fiber produced can be very different, depending on the age of the animal: the younger, the higher the fineness. Another aspect that...