Fabrics

Fabrics

Lambswool

Lambswool is a fabric known for its sustainability and isolating qualities.
Very suitable for throws.

 

Alpaca

The alpaca is member of the camelfamily and they resides in the South Peruvian
Andes Mountains.
Alpaca wool is soft, warm and durable.
The fibre of the alpaca is fine and thin and textiles made from alpaca wool
are extra-ordinarily soft. The fibre of the alpaca wool contains small air bubbles
which provides it with an unique thermal ability.
Textiles of alpaca wool can therefore be woven very fine yet still give and retain warmth.
Hypo-allergenic
Alpaca is the only wool fibre in the world that does not contain lanolin.
Lanolin is often seen in many other types of wool and is the source of
wool- allergies.

 

Cashmere

Cashmere wool, usually simply known as cashmere, is a fiber obtained from the
Cashmere-goat.
Cashmere is fine in texture, strong, light and soft.
A lovely fabric for luxury throws.