Any time I see cashmere with an unusual twist, I get excited. This fine, short-stapled fiber is all about delicate tenderness in a normal plied-yarn construction. But when you twist the same fibers and feed them through a more complex plying machine,
Habu Cashmere represents all the things I love about yarn. On the skein, it looks and feels like one thing.
For months, knitters everywhere have waxed poetic about a new miracle yarn made from seaweed. Years of being pitched the