Nepal is well known for its hand made materials. Cashmere Pashmina adds glow to this concept as it is made by people here using the natural materials produced at the Himalayan part of the country.
Cashmere is type of yarn made from the fiber obtained from the Cashmere Goat. This word is derived from the word Chyangra (a kind of goat), the inhabitant
of the great Himalayan, Mountain range and the sub-Siberian latitudes of North-Eastern Asia.
Cashmere is characterized by its soft fibers. For a natural goat fiber to be considered Cashmere, it must be under 18.5 micrometers in diameter and at least 3.175 centimeters long. It is noted as providing a natural light-weight insulation without bulk. Fibers are highly adaptable and are easily constructed into fine or thick yarns, and light to heavy-weight fabrics. Appropriate for all climates, a high moisture content allows insulation properties to change with the relative humidity in the air.
The kind of fiber production depends on the way it has been loomed. The handmade cashmere pashmina is softer and is regarded of high quality comparing to the power loomed or the machine weaved. So before making a purchase one has to know its kind. . Our Pashmina products are made out of the highest quality Pashmina yarn in the Himalayan country of Nepal. The cashmere used by us fulfils the requirement that a pure pashmina requires. You can also find the product made of mixed fabrics of pashmina with silk.