Pashmina Double light grey/light coffeeOrder number: P2_GREYCOFFEE
- grey coffee
- gray, light brown
- 70 x 200 cm
- ca. 115 g
- 100% cashmere
This cashmere scarf (70 × 200 cm) combines two delicately woven, pure cashmere scarves. They have been carefully woven together by hand. The result is a silky soft, sophisticated scarf for special moments. The open fringe and layering that results from the different colours make the double at a special accessory that features classic workmanship and high quality materials. You will be enchanted by the craftsmanship before succumbing to the delicate weave.
Colour: light grey melange/ light coffee melange
Size: 70 x 200 cm
Material: 100% Cashmere
We ship each cloth in an exclusive gift box of handmade natural paper. Ideal as a gift or just to put away your cashmere shawls.
We can send your gift with a bow to a different address. If so, please let us know as soon as possible after purchase! Of course, this service is free of charge.
Wash by hand or select the wool wash cycle on the washing machine
Water temperature max. 30 °C, a little wool detergent, only briefly and gently spin or knead
Thecashmere silk quality Pashmina is very easy to care for: If it absorbsodours - for example in a restaurant or bar - we recommend that yousimply leave it to air out. Spilt something on your pashmina? This isno cause for concern: pashmina shawls can be cleaned just as easily ascashmere jumpers.
During our tests we repeatedly hand washed cashmere-silk blends using Perwoll and did not identify any loss of colour. And Perwoll obviouslythinks about it the same way. Not surprisingly, Perwoll has advertisedits wool detergent with our 70% cashmere quality pashminas!
Butwashing is possible even with the wool programme of your washingmachine. Please make sure that the water temperature does not exceed 30°C and that the spin cycle is limited to a minimum. If the pashmina isstill very wet after washing, knead it gently and thus squeeze out thewater from the wool fibres.
Important: When drying your pashmina, always lie it out flat (!) on a clothes rack. Hanging it could cause the cloth material to distort.
Why is wool so sensitive?
Cashmerefabrics are made from animal fibres, which consist mainly of protein.These wool fibres swell as they come into contact with water. Moreover,prolonged exposure to water, especially hot water or steam, can loosencomponents of the fibres. During machining, wool fibres rub againsteach other as they do not present a smooth but a scaly surface. Inturn, this leads to fabric shrinkage and felting. Inappropriate washingsolutions or excessive detergent produce the same effect. It followsthat you should not rub, wring or pull woollen cloth in the water. Thewater temperature should not exceed 30° C. Refrain from acceleratingthe drying process by laying your garment in the sun or on a radiator.Please note that cashmere fabrics are particularly sensitive andfeature a slightly lower colour strength than other wools.