What is Mohair Wool?

Mohair Wool is a silk-like fabric or yarn made from the hair of the Angora goat. Both durable and resilient, mohair is notable for its high lustre and sheen, which has helped gain it the nickname the "Diamond Fibre", and is often used in fibre blends to add these qualities to a textile.
Mohair's fuzzy nature gives luxury knitting garments a stunning fluffy halo. It is also known for its lovely lustre and ability to be dyed .
Did you know that Mohair is warmer than wool? While it weighs the same as sheep's wool, it's eight times warmer. Yes, this fine silky fabric is warmer than sheep wool! Look for it in our upcoming Luxury line .
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