Up until recently I did not know the value of cashmere, especially given my background living in the west and southwest. There's no need to layer. Today, for the first time, I donned a pure handmade cashmere RLPL cableknit crewneck. Wow. At first I thought it wasn't going to fit right, and the shoulders were hanging off, allowing the seams to droop slightly from my shoulder I was also a bit peeved by the length in the sleeve; I get annoyed when sleeves keep falling down around my wrists, covering half my palms. But .... within oh .... two hours maybe .... I was in heaven. It was as if the sweater took a new life, and molded to my build ... perfectly. Can't explain it. The seams on the shoulders now sit perfect. The sleeves don't fall down either. They sit right where I want them, with ever so slight a shirt cuff showing. Amazing how much I already enjoy this purchase! One question: I notice tremendous "fuzzies" left on my dress shirt ... everywhere. I didn't have that problem with my other cashmere sweater, which is not a cable knit, and, of course, is no RLPL. Is this common? Will it go away, or am I going to have to suck it up and grind the lint brush every week? Pure handmade cashmere. Worth EVERY penny. And then some.