Wool of Kashmir goats - cashmere.
It is also called "wool diamond".
Kashmiri goats bred in Scotland, Australia and New Zealand.
The wool of these goats consists of two layers: the upper is hard coat and the bottom is very thin and warm down.
When spring comes, a goat shed and take off the undercoat. It is combed and sorted by length and color. Then it was treated with a solution of Shilajit, protecting, thus, from moths, moisture and dust.
Cashmere fiber is very thin – from 13 to 15 µm. Kashmir the Pooh - the most gentle and warm natural material. It is exquisite, elegant, and most expensive form of wool fibers.
Cashmere incredibly soft, soft, light and warm. In addition, cashmere hypoallergenic material.
Cashmere is preferable to use for wet felting and nunofelting (Nuno).
Note: felting cashmere takes more time in relation to the usual felting of wool.
Wool has the ability to absorb and/or evaporate the moisture, so the weight can vary by /- 2-3 grams.
Attention! In reality, the hue may differ from what You see on the screen. It depends on the monitor settings and personal vision.
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