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Bamboo

We have a growing collection of ethically farmed bamboo fabrics here at Fabric Online. Our bamboo fabric is made with organic cotton and the most advanced bamboo fibre production technology available. All of these natural fabrics are designed to give optimum comfort while reducing exposure to many of the dangerous chemicals routinely used in the textile industry.

Bamboo Terry Towelling Fabric, Cream

Bamboo Terry Towelling

From £12.75/metre
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Double Touch Bamboo Fabric, White

Double Touch Bamboo Towelling

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Bamboo

Discover Sustainable, Eco-Friendly and Responsibly Sourced Bamboo Fabric.

We have a growing collection of ethically farmed bamboo fabrics here at Fabric Online. Our bamboo fabric is made with organic cotton and the most advanced bamboo fibre production technology available. All of these natural fabrics are designed to give optimum comfort while reducing exposure to many of the dangerous chemicals routinely used in the textile industry. Invest in your one-stop sustainable apparel solution today.

Due to its anti-bacterial qualities, our high-quality bamboo jersey is ideal for comfy stretch clothing, t-shirts, dresses, skirts, baby blankets, bedding, and pillow covers. It is also a popular choice for those searching for a cruelty-free alternative to silk. Although bamboo is a natural material, the textiles made from it are semi-synthetic due to the processing procedures. This is particularly true for viscose rayon and lyocell fabrics. To further appreciate how these categories differ, consider the various production procedures.

With over 50 years of experience, we are one of the leading fabric suppliers in the UK. Fabric Online delivers high-quality textiles at low prices to our customers, and our dedicated team ensures entire customer satisfaction, including order processing, quality control, and shipment. If you have any questions or require assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are pleased to assist you in any way we can. We are happy to help you decide which designs to purchase or place an order. Please contact us soon away.

FAQs

The most appealing feature of bamboo fabric is that it is incredibly environmentally friendly. Bamboo, a tropical plant, has a deep root system that produces four to six new shoots each year, naturally replacing itself. It is also completely biodegradable, the most renewable resource on the world, and supplies an abundance of usable oxygen, making it an important component in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Yes. Bamboo fabric is manufactured from the bamboo fibres extracted from four-year-old bamboo shoots. Because of their maturity, these shoots produce an extremely durable bamboo fabric foundation material. The objective is to create a long-lasting bamboo fabric that is also soft, absorbent, and antimicrobial.

Yes. Bamboo cloth, like any other fabric, can be washed. Bamboo garments should be washed on the gentle cycle with cold or lukewarm water and line dried for the best results. It is preferable to avoid machine drying, even on low heat, as it may cause the garment to lose its form sooner than if it was solely line dried. It should only be ironed on low heat and never with a steamer.

Yes. Bamboo, unlike many other materials, is incredibly breathable. The natural bamboo plant stays cool in the heat and, like its other virtues, is kept in fabric form. The bamboo fibre’s cross-section is covered with micro-gaps, which improves moisture absorption and ventilation. As a result, it may keep the wearer nearly two degrees cooler in hot weather and substantially warmer in cold weather. Bamboo fabric is also anti-static and UV protective, blocking out 98% of harmful UV rays, giving the wearer with yet another benefit of bamboo-made apparel.

Yes. Bamboo has antibacterial and antifungal properties. This is because bamboo has an anti-bacteria and bacteriostatic bio-agent known as “Bamboo Kun,” which allows it to thrive and develop in the wild without the need of pesticides or fertilisers. This beneficial property of the plant is retained in its textile form, eradicating all germs and keeping the wearer feeling fresher and odour-free for longer, making the garment healthier and more sanitary.