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Our Fabrics

At My Signature Scarf, we strive to distribute scarves with style, craftsmanship and quality. We take pride in carrying scarves made primarily from the world's finest natural fabrics which are soft, non-irritating, and non-toxic to the skin. All of our scarves are handwoven from yarns of the following fabrics: 

SILK
Known as the queen of textile fabrics because of its sheen and luster, silk is popular in the fashion industry. Silk’s natural smooth fibers ensure a light touch against the skin and breathability.

Properties:
100% natural and sustainable
Lightweight
Drapes well
Has beautiful sheen
Comfortable in summer, warm in winter
Dyes well

COTTON
Cotton is one of the most common natural fabrics, with a wide range of products made from this practical fiber.

Properties:
100% natural and sustainable
Breathable
Comfortable in summer
Machine washable

MODAL
Originating from Europe, modal fabric is quickly becoming a much sought-after textile due to its amazing advantages over other types of fabrics. Just pure modal, or its blends with cotton are very popular and are used to make a wide variety of products.

Properties:
Soft and smooth
Breathable
Natural and luxurious to touch
Dyes easily
Shapes and drapes well
Very absorbent
Comfortable in summer

WOOL
We only carry scarves containing wool sourced from Australian sheep herds. One of wool’s characteristics is its amount of crimp. Crimp is what makes wool a bulkier fabric, thus, holding air which allows wool to retain heat.

Properties:
100% natural and sustainable
Very durable and flexible
Excellent insulator, providing warmth
Flame retardant
Water repellent to a certain degree

MERINO WOOL
Like wool, Merino wool consists of crimp, except much finer and softer than regular wool. This softer type of wool comes from Australian Merino sheep and takes much longer to grow. Merino wool is collected only twice a year, making it more scarce than regular wool. 

Properties:
100% natural and sustainable
Soft
Breathable
Moisture wicking
Machine washable
Unique thermal properties, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer

CASHMERE

Though a soft and lightweight fabric, Cashmere is eight times warmer than regular wool. Cashmere comes from the undercoat of goats, usually bred in Mongolia. To recover the soft fibers from the undercoat, laborers must separate them from the coarser fibers of the top coat by hand. Its production process and scarcity are what make Cashmere a luxurious fabric.

Properties:
100% natural and sustainable
Extremely soft
Excellent insulator, providing warmth
Lustrous quality
Shape resilience, does not shrink and retains shape
Durable 

PASHMINA
Even thinner and softer than Cashmere is Pashmina or Pashm wool. Pashm wool comes from the undercoat of a specific type of goat, the Changthangi goats of Kashmir, India to be exact. The fibers of Pashm wool are so fine that they can be difficult to spin into yarns. For this reason, the production of Pashm wool is scarce, making Pashm wool an exclusive, luxurious fabric.