By  on October 22, 2008

Knitwear manufacturers are turning away from cashmere for spring and toward less expensive yarn blends in an effort to keep prices down because of the troubled economic climate.

Most knit companies have jettisoned growth expectations and simply hope to keep from shrinking in 2009, despite strong sales for knits so far this fall, buoyed by the popularity of the cardigan.

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