Knitwit Bamboo Jersey Knit Fabric is a beautifully light weight natural fibre knit that is suitable for tops. It is very soft against the skin, colourfast and elegant to wear. It is available at present in 12 colours.
High stretch, by which we mean 50% stretch. If your pattern is sized for a medium stretch (25-35%) fabric, you can still use it, but you may need to take the garment in on the side seams after you have tried it on.
Four way stretch, by which we mean the fabric stretches in 2 directions: from selvedge to selvedge and also lengthways. If your pattern is sized for a two way stretch fabric, you can still use this fabric.
Turquoise Green | Peacock Blue | Cobalt | Crimson | Marine Blue | Black | White | Silver Grey | Chartreuse | Beige Grey | Rose Pink | Taupe
If you need to, brush up on sewing with jersey knit fabrics.
Fabrics knitted from bamboo yarn are similar to fabrics knitted from rayon made from cellulose from other sources, such as wood pulp. In the US, bamboo yarn is required to be labelled “rayon made from bamboo”. Wikipedia deals with this and other controversies surrounding bamboo fabric.
Spandex is the preferred name of spandex fibre in the US, and it is known in Europe as elastane, and in the UK and Australia as Lycra®. Spandex is actually an anagram of expands.
Bamboo 96%/Spandex 4% 145cm wide Light weight – 195gsm