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Cashmere

Cashmere is a noble material from the mountains of Nepal and Tibet. The material is woven from the fine underlayer of goats that have a double layer of hair. The soft and fine inner layer provides excellent protection in the winter and remains pleasant for the summer.

 

The feel of our scarves is extremely soft and the light features make it a worldwide recognized.

 

Manufacturing method :

Our supplier employs skilled artisans in his production house who are specifically trained to work in different production divisions of cashmere scarves.

 

Our manufacturing process is as follows :

Spinning

The cashmere fibers are spun in machines or in traditional spinning wheels with manual operation.

Warping

The warping of the yarn is the disposition of the yarn in the direction of the length in the craft. This provides the desired width to create the scarves.

Weaving and knitting

After the cashmere yarn has been calibrated, washed, craftsmen use looms to weave the yarn according to specific patterns and patterns, for la maison Rose&Edouard.

Dyeing

The dye is handmade

Since cashmere absorbs dyes so well because of its fiber properties, most natural dyes are used to create different color gradients.

Design and embroidery

This division includes embroidery and complex product design for added value.

Finishing

The final task of the production house includes washing and pressing the product and an inspection to check for any damage.

This process guarantees the exceptional quality of the cashmere scarves of la maison Rose & Edouard Paris.

Cashmere

Cashmere is a noble material from the mountains of Nepal and Tibet. The material is woven from the fine underlayer of goats that have a double layer of hair. The soft and fine inner layer provides excellent protection in the winter and remains pleasant for the summer.

 

The feel of our scarves is extremely soft and the light features make it a worldwide recognized.

 

Manufacturing method :

Our supplier employs skilled artisans in his production house who are specifically trained to work in different production divisions of cashmere scarves.

 

Our manufacturing process is as follows :

Spinning

The cashmere fibers are spun in machines or in traditional spinning wheels with manual operation.

Warping

The warping of the yarn is the disposition of the yarn in the direction of the length in the craft. This provides the desired width to create the scarves.

Weaving and knitting

After the cashmere yarn has been calibrated, washed, craftsmen use looms to weave the yarn according to specific patterns and patterns, for la maison Rose&Edouard.

Dyeing

The dye is handmade

Since cashmere absorbs dyes so well because of its fiber properties, most natural dyes are used to create different color gradients.

Design and embroidery

This division includes embroidery and complex product design for added value.

Finishing

The final task of the production house includes washing and pressing the product and an inspection to check for any damage.

This process guarantees the exceptional quality of the cashmere scarves of la maison Rose & Edouard Paris.