Cashmere is one of the most exquisite Iranian fabrics known for its all-purpose footwear. The delicate fibers make up this woolen hand weaved and its various colors are found in the world of handicrafts. Cashmere is produced in several cities, but its name is further linked to Yazd, and the best quality is woven in the city.
Looking at the back of the cashmere, you see that the wool is free and has a lot of density, but it looks perfectly smooth on the fabric. Cashmere weave cashmere from different materials like wool or silk, and uses a variety of designs and roles. In the dictionary of Dehkhoda, this fabric is described as follows:
A knitted fabric made from wool or silk, which is part of a shawl, with numerous colors and flowers and bushes.
Some say the term "Hindi" is a Hindu word; it means a survey tree that has come down in the state of humiliation against the divine majesty. In the past, this product was used for tidying up wealthy people, dresses, aristocracy, curtains, pillows and purses, and today it is used as a cloth of furniture, back and desks, and so on.