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The difference between double-faced cashmere and cashmere fabrics

The concept of double-faced cashmere is two pieces of cashmere fabric. Through cutting and other processes, the handle feels super thin and thin. Two layers are sewn into one piece, but no stitches can be found.

Cashmere is a thin layer of fine velvet that grows on the outer skin layer of goats and is covered in the roots of goat coarse hairs. It grows when it is cold in winter and resists wind and cold. It falls off after turning warm in spring and naturally adapts to the climate. It is a rare special animal fiber. The reason why cashmere is very precious is not only because of its scarce output (only 0.2% of the world's total animal fiber production), but more importantly, its excellent quality and characteristics. In the transaction, the price is gram, and it is regarded as "fiber gem", The "Queen of Fibers" is currently unmatched by all textile materials available to mankind, so it is also called "soft gold". About 70% of the world's cashmere is produced in China, and its quality is better than other countries.


The quality of cashmere is definitely not judged by its thickness. Only the cheapest woolen cloth is the heaviest and thickest. The characteristics of wool and cashmere are light and warm. Because double-sided fleece needs double-sided butt stitching, it is even more impossible to use particularly thick materials. Double-faced velvet is attracted by its fine workmanship and another high-grade velvet, which are generally liked by high-end shopping malls and customers with high quality requirements.