Caring for cotton cashmere
Crafted from a fine cotton knit with a hint of cashmere, our cotton cashmere fabric feels incredibly soft to wear. We’ve designed a cotton cashmere loungewear collection of versatile pieces to mix and match for relaxing in luxurious comfort.
Following our cotton cashmere caring tips will lengthen the life of your items and keep them looking good and feeling beautiful for longer.
Care instructions for washing cotton cashmere clothing
Cold hand wash with mild laundry powder or liquid.
Gently squeeze to remove excess water.
Dry flat in shade – do not iron.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not soak. Do not use bleach or fabric softeners. Bleach can weaken bed linen fabric, and fabric softener contains silicon which creates a waterproof coating on textiles.
Pilling forms naturally due to wash and wear, created when cashmere fibre ends get tangled and rubbed against each other. Gently use a Pilling Comb to remove any pilling to help keep your knitwear garments looking as good as new. Lie clean, dry garment flat on a firm surface. Gently comb affected areas while holding fabric taut.
Our cotton cashmere loungewear
Our cotton cashmere knit fabric feels soft to the touch, making it perfect for our loungewear collections. Made from 95% cotton and 5% cashmere, our luxurious Cotton Cashmere clothing is breathable, cosy and easy to wear. The range includes lounge pants, jumpers, socks and a new scarf in classic navy and comforting olive green. Elevate your weekend, holiday or relaxation wardrobe with soft and comfy separates designed to mix and match.
Top Tip – did you know that every Wallace Cotton product has a care label specific to that item? Follow these instructions carefully to ensure your item will be enjoyed for many years to come.
General washing tips
Discover our general laundering tips for bed linen and how to keep your whites pristine white. We consider ourselves experts in all things fabric and have tested our wash instructions on our collections. Learn more here.GENERAL WASHING TIPS
Our tips for fabric end of life care
If you love wearing your cotton cashmere pieces as much as we do, it will be hard to ever part with them! But if and when the time comes, we’ve come up with some nifty ways to recycle or repurpose fabrics for a sustainable ‘end of life’, to prevent them going to landfill. From using fabric as weed mat in your garden or as cleaning cloths to repurposing as cosy pet bedding, discover our tips here.FABRIC END OF LIFE CARE