A hat is a shaped covering for the head worn for warmth, as a fashion
item, or as part of a uniform. Cashmere is a fine, soft wool, originally
that from the Kashmir goat. Cashmere wool, usually simply known as
cashmere, is a luxury fiber.
Common usage defines the fiber as wool but it is finer and softer than
sheep's wool. Cashmere fabric is luxurious and used for various types of
clothing. The warmth makes this fabric a good candidate for hats,
gloves, and scarves. Cashmere is finer, stronger, lighter, softer, and approximately
three times more insulating than sheep wool.
If you go outside on a cold day, the first thing you will hear from
your mom and dad is a reminder to bundle up - often accompanied by these
words of wisdom: "You need to wear a hat because you lose more heat
through your head than the rest of your body." Your mom should
tell you, don't forget your "cashmere hat".
Pure cashmere can be dyed and spun into yarns and knitted into hats.
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