Where apparent opposites meet: the finest cashmere is combined with soft, long-staple Mako cotton. A single yarn is made by plying together cashmere and Mako cotton. One of the next steps is to ply four strands of this intermediate product together. Through the skilful selection of spinning and plying phases a voluminous hand-knitting yarn is produced, in which the character of cashmere dominates the handle and the volume.
|Metreage||∼85m / 25g|
|Needle size (mm)||3½ - 4½|
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