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Zegna Baruffa to display its innovative knitting yarn Cashmore at Pitti Filati

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2014-07-03 16:10:00 – Florence

Zegna Baruffa, an Italian leader in the production of fine yarns for top-quality knitwear, together with its Chiavazza and Botto Poala lines to introduce the novelty of the season, Cashmore, a category of innovative knitting yarn as its Autumn/Winter 2015-16 yarn collection at Pitti Filati.

The collection is produced using rare and valuable Super 180’s wool, sourced from lush grazing-lands in New South Wales and Victoria. This wool is finer than cashmere and in order to protect their precious fleece from impurities and atmospheric agents, sheep are often dressed in a white coat.

Spun in accordance with Zegna Baruffa, Lane Borgosesia and Botto Poala quality standards and technology, the yarns that is being produced is said to offer an outstanding level of softness. Its sweet and velvety hand feel, provides a peerless sensorial experience, together with its extremely elegant drape, make a Cashmore sweater the most in demand product.

Cashmore is beyond cashmere, in a variety of

Cashmore Soft – NM 2/28 – is 100% Cashmore and 100% Super 180’s merino superfine wool. Cashmore woollen spun yarn is produced by Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia – Chiavazza line.

Cashmore – NM 2/60 – 2/80 – 3/80 – a 100% Super 180’s merino superfine wool. Cashmore worsted yarn is Botto Poala’s product.

Tomorrow – NM 2/26 – is 90% Cashmore, 100% Super 180’s merino superfine wool , Cashmore – 10% cashmere. It is worsted yarn produced by Botto Poala.

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