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1/ Cashmere is a Super Fibre!
Cashmere really does have very special properties. It not only keeps you cosy and warm, but is also pleasantly breathable, surprisingly light and particularly kind to the skin.
2/ Certified in Germany
We are almost meticulous about our quality assurance. That is why we test and certify our yarns exclusively in a special laboratory for premium fibres in Germany.
3/ We focus on species-appropriate husbandry
More than just "organic". Because for us, the species-appropriate husbandry of the animals is important. There is no seal of approval for this, but happy goats, proud shepherds and better quality for our customers.
4/ Pilling is a matter of quality
The secret of really good cashmere is that the longer fibres result in fewer nodules. But even the best cashmere in the world will pill at first. The big difference is that it stops after the first combing.
5/ Four goats = One jumper
Cashmere is so valuable because not only are there very few cashmere goats, but quite little fibre is obtained per animal. For one jumper, 4 goats have to be combed! In addition, the process can only be repeated 1 time a year.
6/ Cashmere can be washed with shampoo
Our cashmere can be machine washed at 30 degrees. Use either hair shampoo or, even better, our special cashmere detergent for long-lasting pleasure.
7/ The longer the fibre, the softer it gets
Where our cashmere goats live it gets down to -40 degrees in winter and +30 degrees in summer. The fibre therefore has very special properties and is much longer than the average.
The reason why we work with cashmere fibers is very clear to us: The special properties of this natural fiber are unsurpassed! Every piece of clothing becomes a special companion in everyday life.
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