Grading

Individual fleeces are carefully inspected for classification of value and final use of the raw material.

Washing

The cleaning process removes grease and dirt from the fibre before being rinsed in clear water, passed through squeeze rolls and dried in a hot air chamber.

Dehairing

This is a key process in the cashmere preparation. Dehairing of cashmere separates the long guard hairs from the shorter, finer and softer fibers greatly valued for luxury garments.

Carding

This process uses a system of wire rollers to straighten the fibers and to prepare the cashmere for spinning.

Spinning

This process takes the wool and twists it into yarn. Twisting strands increases the strength and creates the continuous yarn necessary for knitting our garments.

Dyeing

This process dyes the yarn in your desired color.

Knitting

Your favourite garment is knitted by interlocking rows of yarn loops. As new loops are formed, they are drawn through those previously shaped and eventually results in the desired product.

Finishing

The final step in cashmere processing is quality control. Each garment is individually inspected and every imperfection is rejected. Only the best garments make it to our shelves.