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Cashmere Wool

Cashmere Wool

Cashmere wool is souvenir of Kashmir. The beauty of Kashmir is worthless and there is no comparison of that beauty with all other areas of that world that full of natural scenes, lush green mountains with sky high trees, snowfall, waterfalls, fruits, animals, birds, etc. if you want to feel the nature very near you, just plan a visit of this magical valley that known as Kashmir.

It is a common belief that the hilly areas are like by the humans is just due to their hills, greenery, snowfall, etc, but this is not enough for Kashmir valley. This beautiful area is one step ahead among the other areas due to a lot of natural elements that are used to make many handmade products that are famous all over the world.

Cashmere wool or just cashmere is a thread or piece of hairs that obtained from cashmere a goat that belong from Kashmir. This soft wool is collected from the goats in the spring season. The Cashmere wool is well like due to its fine and softness and it turns easily into lightweight and heavy weight thread string. Originally the cashmere wool is available in white, brown, and gray colors. After dying it can be change into many other colors. There are many products are made from this wool that includes sweaters, socks, gloves, or after woven into cloth a lot of other garments can be made like coats that are best for winter, blankets, pants, and shawls, etc.

Cashmere shawls are made in Kashmir and the difference between Pashmina and Cashmere wool is the size of fiber. Cashmere thread is thick than Pashmina wool and very suitable for making heavy garments like coats, light-heavyweight shawls instead of Pashmina wool that is good for lightweight shawls. Just like Pashmina, Cashmere wool is also very famous near the women of all over the world that feels proud to wear the apparel that made by the Cashmere wool.

As the Pashmina wool is best for shawls we can say that Cashmere wool is best for making a fur coat that can easily save you from the freezing cold weather at any part of the world.


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