Cashmere Yarn | Carding

Cashmere Yarn | Carding

We hope you’ve been enjoying our series of posts on the making of cashmere yarn, today we’re moving onto the Carding process. Carding is a mechanical process that disentangles, cleans and intermixes fibres to produce a continuous web of fibre/yarn suitable...
Cashmere Yarn | Blending

Cashmere Yarn | Blending

Blending happens between dyeing and carding and is the process of mixing precise recipes, or raw cashmere, to get the perfect fibre mix for each individual colour on the shade-card. During the blending process fibres pass through opening machines which separate the...
Cashmere Yarn | Recipe Room

Cashmere Yarn | Recipe Room

For the second instalment of this series I wanted to take you behind the scenes in the “Recipe Room”. Every year my yarn supplier send me a new “shade-card”. This is their equivalent of a look book and details all their colours available for...
Cashmere Yarn | Origins

Cashmere Yarn | Origins

I am very excited to bring a new series to the blog – “The Making of Cashmere Yarn”. As you all know all my products are knitted in 100% cashmere, and whilst I often share images of the knitting machines at work there is a whole other story and...
In the making | Star Beanies

In the making | Star Beanies

Lately I’ve been taking you behind the scenes at the mill to show you our AW17 collection in the making. Today I’m putting one product in particular in the spotlight – the star beanie. It’s new for AW17 and I couldn’t be more excited...