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It's sweet, it's spicy, it's cedar. Place our cedarwood sheet in your drawers, dressers, closets, and storage bins to freshen your knitwear and repel moths.
Unpainted, natural cedar wood.
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We describe how soft or texturized the fabric is against your skin.
Fabrics with this quality are able to transmit moisture through the material, keeping you warm in the cold and cool in the warmer temperatures.
Natural fibers such as wool, cashmere, and silk contain properties that resist wrinkles when the fabric is taken care of properly.
Some odors tend to "stick" or absorb easier into certain fabrics. Fabrics that have odor blocking properties won't absorb any unwanted smells.
How dense or thin the fabric feels. Our fabrics range from featherlight to very heavyweight.
We describe the appearance of the fabric and how it drapes.
The term "gauges" is a measurement used when referring to the stitching in knitwear. A smaller gauge will result in a sweater with a tighter stitch, while a larger gauge will result in a sweater with a looser stitch.
The natural fibers in wool and cashmere tend to slough off while wearing ‐ this is what we call "pilling." Over time this process helps the fabric get even softer. We suggest pairing our cashmere sweaters with our cashmere de-pilling comb.
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