cashmere knit scarf/snood

Your best neck companion
Luxuriously soft & cosy Cashmere & wool blend snood hand-knit by women knitters in the Himalayas | One size I Unisex

The most ethical cashmere  Pamper your neck with this luxuriously cosy, ultra soft warm cashmere blend snood/ cowl.

Hand-knit by artisans Each and every piece is meticulously hand-knit using hand spun pashmina yarn blended with wool by women self help group from the Himalayas using traditional knitting techniques.

Fairly priced Working directly with artisans and goat herders helps us bring purest form of cashmere yarns at a price that is fair and affordable. No middle men, no contractors, we ensure our makers get fairly paid and that we can bring the best product for our Fifth Origins community.

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40% Cashmere

60% Himalayan wool

Our wool is ethically sourced directly from sheep herders from the Himalayas. If you would like more information you can write to us at


One size 

Circumference of the round neck knit scarf is 70cm.

      Customisation - Need a different size? Email us at As these are hand knit we can easily customise it.

      Caring for your Cashmere knit snood/ scarf- If you would like to wash your beanie, please use hand wash option provided in the washing machine. 

      Cashmere knit scarf/snood is made by small artisan communities from Ladakh, India and Himachal Pradesh. We work directly with the Changthangi goat herders from Ladakh to ethically source the pashmina fibre. This is then carefully processed by a small group of artisans in the Himalayas, who are experts in converting them into high quality yarns required for knitting.

      Each scarf/ snood is then individually hand-knit by women self help group by using traditional knitting technique. These are made in small quantities to ensure the well being of the Changthangi goats, the changpa tribe and our mother earth. Your conscious choice supports these small artisan communities and mother nature.

      handknit by women from self help group in the Himalayas

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