Cashmere is made by shearing the fur from goats, removing the outer goat hair from the undercoat that makes the cashmere, spinning the fibers into a yarn and knitting these fibers into a fabric. Natural cashmere fibers v... More »

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Cashmere comes from goats. It is made from the long, woolly hairs that make up a goat's downy undercoat. Any goat can produce cashmere, but most cashmere is made from selected goats that produce particularly long, fine u... More »

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Cashmere is made from the under layer of short hair from a goat that's been bred specifically for that hair. The undercoat is soft compared with the coarse top layer of hair that covers it, and people pay a premium to ge... More »

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Cashmere wool comes from the downy undercoat of cashmere goats. These goats are bred specifically for their fleece; the cashmere fleece is removed in early spring after its maximum length is reached. More »

Cashmere comes from goats. It is made from the long, woolly hairs that make up a goat's downy undercoat. Any goat can produce cashmere, but most cashmere is made from selected goats that produce particularly long, fine u... More »

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Mohair fabric is made using the hair of Angora goats and is used to create coats, sweaters, socks, scarves and other knitwear. Mohair fabric is also used to produce carpets and rugs. More »

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If polyester is described as 600 denier or "600D," it means that 9,000 meters of the fabric's yarn weighs 600 grams. "Denier" is a unit used to measure the fineness of certain fabrics. One denier weighs 1 gram per 9,000 ... More »

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