I got a few pieces from Kashcraft, but I still cannot afford the hand-made Kani yet (-:. But even the machine-made ones guarantee you a sense of fashion, elegance, and rarity in the crowds, especially in the west. Everyone would notice that these shawls came from caring artisan families far and far away. Even machine-made Kani is lovely and worth it for a modest collection when one can’t afford stuff above $1000. Unlike the hand-made ones, it does not cost you above $1000. The machine-made super soft Kani shawls are just around $120, $ 150, or something around these numbers. I have a few soft shawls from KashCraft. I like all of them. Soft Kani shawls have elegant classic patterns, and they will instantly yet quietly alleviate your look –it is the statement about taste rather than that of status.