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Bamboo Fabric

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We now stock a wide range of different bamboo jerseys:

The £14.80/m range is a Bamboo/ Cotton blend jersey.

The £14.90/m bamboo is 95% Bamboo and 5% Spandex.

Our new £17.50/m range is created from 66% Bamboo, 28% Organic Cotton and 6% Spandex.

It is 160 cm wide and weighs 240 GSM. These beautiful jerseys come in a lovely choice of colours, are very smooth and stretch approximately 75% in the width and 25% in the length.

Our high-quality bamboo jersey is perfect for comfortable stretch garments, leggings, tops, t-shirts, dresses, skirts, baby blankets, cloths and pillow cases as it has anti-bacterial properties. After many washes and use, bamboo jersey keeps its shape.

Product review! Feb 2021

I’ve just finished a top, Sew House Seven Tabor v neck t-shirt, made in your bamboo jersey knit fabric, and I’m really pleased with it 🙂 The fabric is lovely to sew with, wonderful quality, and drapes beautifully. It is not too thin and is perfect for this pattern. Just wanted to let you know.

Bamboo Fabric – Eco-Friendly & Sustainable

Bamboo fabrics are  eco-friendly, sustainable and responsibly sourced. The bamboo plant grows quickly without using pesticides, excessive water or care. Bamboo regenerates quickly and even cleans the air while it grows. The bamboo fibres are made by manipulating the leaves until it separates into thin threads, these are then spun in to thread for weaving or knitting fabrics.

Bamboo fabrics have anti-bacterial properties and are therefore odour-resistant.  It is a great choice for people with sensitive skin, especially problems with eczema or allergies.  They are also absorbent and breathable which makes them cool to wear.

More About Bamboo

Bamboo is the largest member of the grass family, growing up to 35m tall. They are the fastest growing woody plants in the world. This fast growth rate and the fact that bamboo can grow in a range of different climates makes the bamboo plant a sustainable and versatile resource. The bamboo species used for clothing is called Moso bamboo.

For every order placed one tree will be planted and carbon is offset