Weaving with Cashmere Yarn – Sweater, Shawl, Scarf, Stole
Known for its higher mountains and most luxurious pashmina, Nepal is home to some of the world’s highest mountains. Its pashmina is made with cashmere wool, one of the finest in the world. Nepal’s textile industry has a long and illustrious history, with one of the world’s most sought-after textiles being Nepalese pashmina.
We weave pashmina shawls, neck warmers, scarves, blankets, and other products from the finest quality cashmere wool in keeping with that rich tradition. Furthermore, the highest-quality traditional Nepalese techniques are used to combine with international designs, creating a product that can be considered one of the best in the world.
Authenticity is important to us at Om Cashmeres, so we make every attempt to use hand-weaving techniques in our products to the maximum extent possible. The softness of our pure cashmere shawls is maintained by hand weaving rather than automatic weaving on a high-vibration loom. Warping our yarn on wooden frames is an ancient art. Our yarns are naturally dyed with a natural pigment.
Hand weaving requires precision and uniformity to be successful. The luxurious look of cashmere shawls is what we at Om Cashmere consider to be the result of this delicate process.
While we believe in using conventional Nepalese techniques, we are continuously improving our products with the latest technological innovations. For our yarns, these technological innovations are used in all the processing operations, such as scouring, carding, warping, shedding, and opening. We have a team of expert textile engineers who carefully oversee the production process, and our digital database assures our customers of flawless cashmere shawls, scarves, and other woven garments.
One scarf weaved and it’s a done deal. The best is what you expect!
We are cashmere manufacture from last two decade and continuously working in this field. We have a large team of expert handcrafts man, who’s designed always recognized by our client and end consumers.