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Memoirs of the Pashmina Wearer.

Talat Aziz

Here I am with your black shawl. I have received the shawl and it is really nice. Thank you so much for the same. The next order will come to you soon.

Siriwatana H.

I just got 2 pashmina stoles from you with this gorgeous papier mache box. Thank you very much for this gift. I do come back to your website. Kashmir Box is my favorite website ever.

Nancy Ganjoo

Kashmir box provides the quality product always. I am too satisfied with the services. Fabric and quality of my kanni pashmina is so fine and soft . It adds to the elegance of a person . .

The Making of Pashmina

The elaborate process and deft craftsmanship

Step 1: Obtaining the Pashmina

The Changthangi Goat sheds its Pashm wool with the advent of summer. This wool, called Pashm is harvested using a specialized comb and a manual process of dusting follows to remove adhered impurities like sand, dust, and more. The Pashm is then sorted on the basis of its finesse, length, and color.

Step 2: Dehairing

The harvested Pashm fiber is then sent to the Valley of Kashmir, where it is dehaired. The process filters out the outer coat of guard hair for the Pashm to be processed further. The fibre is now fit to be spun into yarns.

Step 3: Spinning

The process of spinning the Pashm fibre has traditionally been done by the womenfolk over a Charkha like wheel known as Yinder. Women impale the dehaired raw Pashmina repeatedly on an upright comb which is set on a wooden stand. The combed Pashmina is obtained in the form of a Tumb followed by gluing with soaked rice. The Pashm, which is now hand spun is now ready to meet its weaver.

Step 4: Weaving

The weaver first winds the Pashmina yarn on a small flange bobbin manually using Parota. He then sizes the yarn in hank form using Saresh as an adhesive to improve its strength and weavability. The Pashmina yarn is then mounted over a handloom from which it is woven by skilled artisans into warps and wefts to form luxury wraps and apparel.

Step 5: Dyeing and Washing

The wraps or apparel hence conjured is given varied colors using dyes by the Rangur. The luxury Pashmina is then washed and ironed for the final finishing to refine its grandiose.

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