CASHMERE LACE FOR DYEING

<p>100%&nbsp;<b>Cashmere wool</b></p>

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Product information

Our Cashmere Lace is like Cashmere 6/28 especially high-quality and exclusive cashmere wool but thinner. Anybody who enjoys working with a fine yarn has the perfect opportunity with Lace.     

The fibers are won from the Cashmere goat. The material consists of 100% pure Mongolian cashmere wool. Only undercoat fibers are used for this special yarn. The fibers originate from Mongolia, the yarn dyeing takes place in Italy.

This fine, precious and incomparable yarn is ideal for chic and elegant pullovers, scarves, gloves and much more. Cashmere wool feels cozily warm, ultra light and tender on the skin.

Shop-bought pullovers are usually produced of 2-ply yarns. Our Cashmere Lace is however a 4-plied yarn, which consists of the finest, especially long fibers. That’s why it tends to get fuzzy lesser.

The fine cashmere fibers of this wonderful product are worked on to the perfection to maintain the high quality of the fibers.

The yarn blend is also dyed in Italy.  

Care:
Wash your knitted article best by hand, handwarm at a temperature of not more than 30°, but not in the wash machine. Please use exclusively a detergent for wool and dry the article only placed lying down best on the terry towel to get rid of the deformations! You can also dry it on the foam plastic hangers but far away from the heat source!

 


Specifications

  • Yarn Length: 50 g ~ 340 m | 1.76 oz ~ 370 yds
  • Needle size: 2,5 mm | 1-2 US | 12-13 UK
  • Gauge 30 stitches, 42 rows to 4" (10 cm)
  • Usage: Sweater in size small ~ 275g (6 Skeins)
  • Yarn Weight: 50 g | 1.76 oz ~ Skein

Origin

  • Fibre: Cashmere ~ Mongolia
  • Spun in Italy

Care

<p>We recommend washing your knitwear made of Cashmere Lace by hand in lukewarm water with a mild wool detergent. Dry flat, preferably on a terry towel, to avoid stretching. Under no circumstances should you dry it directly on a heat source or in the blazing sun!<o:p></o:p></p> <p>Read more about wool care in our blogpost&nbsp;<a href="https://www.pascuali.de/blog/wool-care">here</a>.</p>