Cashmere is the fine and soft undercoat hair of the cashmere goat which exists in Iran, India, Tibet, Mongolia, China and Iraq. Cashmere is one of the luxury fibers and today is usually blended with normal sheep’s wool
or man-made fibers
to reduce the cost. Another reason for the widespread
blending is the fact that it makes the finished
fabric more durable for original cashmere fabrics are quite sensible. It is mainly used for clothing.