Sewing Cashmere to Wool

Reply Mon 6 May, 2013 08:06 pm
Hi Community,

Cashmere is a luxurious yarn spun from the hair of the Cashmere goat that originated from the Kashmir region of India, though this breed of goat now is bred in many countries, with China the leading producer. Knitted cashmere include sweaters, suits, coats and various cold-weather accessories. Cashmere is valued for its extraordinarily soft texture, but it is also renowned for its warmth; cashmere can be up to three times warmer than standard wool, with a fraction of the weight. Sewing cashmere to wool, like any other knit, requires technique, but with the correct tools, combining the two fabrics can create a piece that is both decadent and durable.

Thanks and Regards,
Kim Yangsu
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